• Quibi rival demands asset freeze in patent-infringement claim

    Quibi rival demands asset freeze in patent-infringement claim

    Eko -- a tech startup that has accused Jeffrey Katzenberg's ill-fated video-streaming app Quibi of infringing on its patented technology -- is asking the court to freeze Quibi's assets.
  • McDonald’s slapped with second discrimination suit by black franchisees

    McDonald’s slapped with second discrimination suit by black franchisees

    McDonald’s is under fire again over how it treats its black franchisees.A civil rights class-action lawsuit filed Thursday accused McDonald’s of steering black franchisees into predominately
  • Dr. Dre’s estranged wife, Nicole Young, files bombshell lawsuit against him

    Dr. Dre’s estranged wife, Nicole Young, files bombshell lawsuit against him

    What’s in a name? Plenty if you’re a famous rap mogul. Dr. Dre’s estranged wife, Nicole Young, is suing the Beats impresario in California court, claiming that she co-owns the trademark to his name — as well as his landmark album, “The Chronic.” She further alleges in court papers that Dre “secretly” transferred the valuable …
  • ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris sued for alleged sex abuse of minors

    ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris sued for alleged sex abuse of minors

    “Cheer” star Jerry Harris is now being sued by two minors who claim he sexually exploited and abused them. The 21-year-old is accused of sexually abusing and harassing a set of 14-year-old twin boys who are also in the cheerleading world, per court documents obtained by Page Six on Tuesday. Their names were withheld because …
  • T.I. settles federal claim he pushed bogus cryptocurrency

    T.I. settles federal claim he pushed bogus cryptocurrency

    ATLANTA — Rapper and actor T.I. has settled civil charges with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that he helped promote a fraudulent cryptocurrency. T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, agreed to a civil settlement with the SEC that was announced Friday. He is paying a $75,000 fine and agreeing not to sell or …
  • Cloister Cafe wins temporary restraining order against SLA

    Cloister Cafe wins temporary restraining order against SLA

    Nick Drobenko’s Cloister Cafe is claiming victory after a judge granted it a temporary restraining order against the State Liquor Authority and ruled that it could open temporarily on Friday. The East Village hot spot had sued the SLA last month after it was shut down for allegedly hosting secret after-hours parties and violating COVID-19 …
  • Judge sanctions Mariah Carey’s ex-assistant for destroying evidence in lawsuit

    Judge sanctions Mariah Carey’s ex-assistant for destroying evidence in lawsuit

    A judge has sanctioned Mariah Carey’s ex-assistant for destroying evidence in the singer’s case against the woman. The “Always Be My Baby” crooner claimed in February that one-time assistant Lianna “Azarian” Shakhnazarian destroyed evidence in Carey’s 2019 $3 million lawsuit against her for allegedly secretly recording videos of Carey and violating a non-disclosure agreement. Manhattan …
  • Lindsay Lohan owes $365K on advance for book she never wrote, lawsuit claims

    Lindsay Lohan owes $365K on advance for book she never wrote, lawsuit claims

    Publisher Harpercollins is suing Lindsay Lohan for nearly $400,000, claiming the actress never delivered a manuscript for a book deal struck over six years ago, new court papers say. The “Mean Girls” star, and her company Crossheart Productions, entered into a contract with HarperCollins on March 27, 2014 for a book that was originally due …
  • Hilary Swank sues SAG-AFTRA over ‘barbaric’ health plan

    Hilary Swank sues SAG-AFTRA over ‘barbaric’ health plan

    Hilary Swank is suing SAG-AFTRA after their health plan denied coverage for the removal of malignant ovarian cysts. The “Million Dollar Baby” star, 46, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the board of trustees of the guild’s health plan claiming that she had been denied coverage. According to court documents obtained by Page Six, the Oscar …
  • Tiffany wants Bernard Arnault to testify in court on merger intrigue

    Tiffany wants Bernard Arnault to testify in court on merger intrigue

    Tiffany & Co. wants to grill LVMH chief Bernard Arnault in court about his reported attempts to wriggle out of the $16.2 billion marriage of the luxury giants, The Post has learned. The New York-based jeweler — which sued LVMH on Wednesday to prevent the French luxury conglomerate from backing out of the November 2019 …