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iTunes Decides Chinese Pop Star’s Sales Will Not Count
Kris Wu just made a whole lot of Ariana Grande–loving enemies.
Sony Says It Didn’t Admit Posthumous Michael Jackson Songs Were Fake
The label says it did not concede in court that three songs on 2010’s
were actually sung by an impersonator.
Stan Lee Sues Ex-Business Manager for Abuse, Fraud, Selling His Blood as Merch
The lawsuit alleges Jerardo Olivarez is one of several “unscrupulous businessmen” who targeted Lee following his wife’s death in 2017.
Fyre Festival Founder Billy McFarland Pleads Guilty to Fraud
He could be sentenced to 40 years.
Fyre Festival Co-Creator Billy McFarland Arrested and Charged With Wire Fraud
Fyre Media racked up multiple lawsuits following its now-infamous failed music festival.
Universal Music Wants Out of Deal With Prince’s Estate Over Accusations of Fraud
Universal claims Prince’s estate lied about when and if the label could have access to Prince’s past work under Warner Bros.
’ Abby Lee Miller Will Plead Guilty to Bankruptcy Fraud
Because of a channel-surfing judge.
Mark Hamill Keeps Fighting Signature Fraud
Signature fakers of the world, beware.