on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1g1QoOp Incorrect please try again A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.” Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Paparazzo wants Kanye West to stand trial? Bang Showbiz 5:33 p.m. EDT March 19, 2014 Kanye West SHARECONNECT TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Photographer Daniel Ramos is allegedly determined to take Kanye West to court again. The paparazzo is unhappy with the rapper striking a plea deal on Monday concerning their Los Angeles International Airport altercation last July and is reportedly refusing to settle for money because he wants to bring the ‘Stronger’ hitmaker to trial, according to TMZ.
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The skirmish took place in July, back before Kim and Kanye got engaged in a baseball stadium or any Jimmy Kimmel-related Twitter pontificating . The photographer claimed West had punched him, unprovoked, and “wrestled his camera to the ground.” SEE MORE: Inside theVanity Fair Oscar Party West did not appear in court yesterday, but his attorney entered a plea of no contest, while maintaining that his client was innocent. As a result of the plea, however, West was sentenced to two years of probation, 24 anger-management therapy sessions, and 240 hours Kim Kardashian sex tape uncut of community service, per Reuters. You just know, in their Hidden Hills manse, Kris Jenner finished her glass of white wine, turned to Kim, and asked, “So I think I know the answer to this, but . . .
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Their court filings have stated the video pre-empted the official release of footage by E! Entertainment Television. WATCH: 3-Year-Old Sensation Finally Gets Cupcakes West and Kardashian claim Hurley violated a confidentiality agreement and may have infringed the rights of the producers of the reality series, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” who filmed the proposal at AT&T Park. The lawsuit states that Hurley wasn’t invited to the event and accompanied another guest. Kardashian’s mother Kris Jenner wrote in a sworn statement that Hurley would have been kicked out of the event if he hadn’t signed the confidentiality agreement. Hurley eventually removed the video from MixBit.
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The YouTube co-founder initially tried to argue before a judge that the NDA he had signed wasnt a proper one but, Radar Online informs, the judge dismissed his argument, siding with Kim and Kanye and allowing the case to proceed to trial. A hearing has been set for November 17, unless both parties reach some sort of agreement before that. However, the reality star and the rapper seemed hell-bent to see Hurley pay for what he did, so chances of that are probably slim. TMZ notes that the judge dismissed all of Hurleys claims by stating the obvious: the confidentiality agreement was just one page long and included the word confidential in block letters right at the top, which was pretty impossible to miss. In other words, he might have tried to hint that he had no idea the paper he signed was legally binding, but theres no getting away around that. Kanye and Kim could score a huge payday, courtesy of their lawyer, Eric George because the judge said Hurley could be liable for fraud, which opens the door to punitive damages, which theoretically could mean millions of dollars, TMZ adds.
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The photographer is about to slap Kanhye West with a civil lawsuit and things could get pretty ugly. Ramos wanted to see West in prison because he felt the attack was so brutal and uncalled for. Now, Ramos is in the process of filing a civil suit agains the rapper. Follow @JaySpeakEasy_ Follow @TheUrbanDaily In most cases like this, the victim of an incident involving a celebrity will file a civil lawsuit, but will settle before the case gets in front of a judge. However, Daniel Ramos isnt interested in settling the case.
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our editor recommends Kim Kardashian Reveals Summer Wedding Plans The couple, affectionately known as KimYe, alleges in the lawsuit that Hurley violated the confidentiality provisions of a “celebrity appearance release” by distributing footage of the proposal on MixBit. In reaction, Hurley brought an anti-SLAPP motion to stop the lawsuit. According to AP , LA Superior Court Judge Ruth Ann Kwan ruled that the lawsuit “does not violate the free speech rights of the co-founder of YouTube,” which we’ll assume means that Hurley was unsuccessful in showing that the complained-about act was in furtherance of his First Amendment rights. As such, the judge needn’t make any analysis about who was likely to prevail. The case continues towards a trial date, scheduled for next November, although a signaled appeal from Hurley’s lawyer is likely to delay such a TMZ-friendly showdown. STORY:YouTube Founder Asks Why Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Aren’t Suing TMZ Eventually, the case could make tabloids and legal geeks alike happy.
The newest one is that Kanye West will serenade his bride during the lavish event, according to a new report by Hollywood Life . Ugh, gag us now. While West definitely wants a celebrity performer at the wedding, he has one special performance for his bride, because, he wouldnt have it any other way, an insider told the site. So, what exactly is he planning on singing? No, not Gold Digger, although we were thinking the same thing. Instead, West has, something special hes working on, the source added.
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“If I did what he did to me, I’d be behind bars,” he said. “I was doing my job and he broke the law.” The photographer said he is fearful of retaliation because of comments West made on the “Jimmy Kimmel” show in October. When asked about paparazzi, West said, “It’s not safe for you in this zoo. Never think that I’m not from Chicago for one second.” Ramos is suing West and attended Monday’s hearing accompanied by his lawyer, Gloria Allred. Prosecutors declined to file felony charges against West, but city prosecutors decided to pursue misdemeanor charges. Each count carried a penalty of up to six months in jail or a $1,000 fine.