The Los Angeles courts haven’t been too kind to two very talented Academy
Award-winning actors lately.
Berry suffered a major blow in her ongoing child custody case. TMZ is reporting that a judge ruled she couldn’t
permanently move her 4-year-old daughter to France. The Cloud Atlas star
has been in a bitter battle with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry over the fact
that she wanted to move Nahla to Paris. Berry had plans to relocate there
with her fiancé, Oliver Martinez.
The Oscar-winning actress claimed the Los Angeles lifestyle with its stalker
paparazzi made life in California both impossible and dangerous for her and her
daughter. But dad Aubry balked over the idea that he and Nahla’s relationship
would turn into a transatlantic one. The judge finally ruled in Aubry’s favor.
Berry maintains that she never wanted to separate father and daughter, but just
make life safer for everyone.
Foxx is being blamed for one horrible trip — thanks to a bad fall a
woman took on his sidewalk. According to TMZ, the alleged injured woman, Catherine Jones,
attended a party at the Oscar-winning actor’s home last year and fell on the
pavement outside his house, seriously injuring herself.
Jones filed a lawsuit against Foxx in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
She’s claiming Foxx negligently managed the sidewalk and she is suing for
$10,000, which Jones states, is for hospital fees and other damages.
Thus far, there has been no comment from Jamie on the matter.
Chris Brown Doesn't Care About Backlash Over Halloween Costume
On Halloween, Chris Brown and his crew dressed up as Arab terrorists, sparking public criticism from
patriotic critics. While the singer's mother tweeted that
the response was blown out of proportion, Chris remained quiet about his Bin
Laden costume until he addressed it during a recent interview on Big Boy's Power
106 radio show.
"It's f---ing Halloween," he said. "It's a motherf---ing Pagan holiday, we
dress our kids up as Satans, demons, little goblins and all this other stuff.
Get over it, people."
Brown continued to rant unapologetically that he was dressed as someone the
U.S. killed. Using a bit of word play, he quoted the title of his
soon-to-be-released song with ex-girlfriend Rihanna, "Nobodies Business,"
which he deemed fit to sum up the entire situation.
"It's nobody's motherf---ing business and everybody who's really mad about
it, f--k y'all."