Bill Cosby is being sued for defamation by one woman who alleges that he sexually assaulted her and now two others have joined the lawsuit.
Linda Joy Traitz and Therese Serignese have joined Tamara Green in alleging that Cosby offered them drugs while sexually assaulting them years ago. Cosby has recently been the subject of media scrutiny due to the rising number of allegations brought against him.
Traitz said Cosby attempted to push himself on her while she was 18 or 19 in 1969, according to CNN reports. The young waitress said she was offered a ride home from the comedian, who allegedly attempted to assault her in his Rolls Royce. more >>
An ex-gay organization is planning legal action against the District of Columbia for its recent banning of conversion therapy, also called Sexual Orientation Change Efforts therapy, for minors.
Voice of the Voiceless, an organization focused on ex-gay rights and recognition, is in the early stages of planning to bring legal action against the government of the nation's Capital over the recently passed bill.
A quick-thinking and brave 91-year-old great-grandmother's assertions about faith to an armed gunman saved her life on Saturday.
The woman, whose identity has been withheld for safety reasons, woke up in her Horn Lake, Mississippi, home on Saturday morning to find a gun pointed at her head. The armed robber had broken into her home and made threats to end her life which prompted the witty senior to proclaim her faith.
Republican state Sen. Patrick Anderson of Oklahoma has proposed a bill that seeks to ban persons with a DUI conviction from buying alcohol for a set time period, but legal experts say it would be difficult to enforce and one attorney worries how it might affect religious persons who take communion with wine.
The proposal highlighted in Senate Bill 30 (SB30) would also require that a notation of the restriction from purchasing alcohol be affixed to the driver license of the person convicted of the charge.
"In the case of a person convicted of operating or being in control of a motor vehicle while the person was under the influence of alcohol, order the person to abstain or refrain from consuming alcohol for such period as the court shall determine and to require that a notation of this restriction be affixed to the person's driver license at the time of reinstatement of the license and notice of the order shall be given to the Department of Public Safety," noted the proposal. more >>
Beverly Johnson has revealed how her life has changed after coming forth last month to accuse Bill Cosby of attempting to drug her.
Cosby, the 77-year-old comedian who became popular in the 1980s and 1990s and starred on the hit family sitcom "The Cosby Show," has recently been the subject of media scrutiny due to the rising number of allegations brought against him. Lately, a number of women have come forth, alleging that Cosby sexually assaulted them years ago.
After Johnson, the first black model to grace the cover of American Vogue, told her story about how Cosby allegedly attempted to drug her in the mid 1980s, she spoke about inspiring women to tell their own stories of abuse. more >>
The man suspected of killing Adrian Peterson's 2-year-old son Tyrese Ruffin in 2013 is back in police custody after turning himself in Tuesday.
Joseph Robert Patterson was dating Tyrese's mother whom he lived with when he called 911 to allege that the 2-year-old boy stopped breathing after choking on a snack. However, prosecutors said Patterson beat the toddler which resulted in the young boy's death.
Last June, Patterson allegedly assaulted Tyrese's mother and faces aggravated assault and kidnapping charges, according to the Associated Press. Although he was released on $2 million bond in September, the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office issued an arrest warrant for Patterson recently. more >>