Teresa and Joe Giudice seemed without a care in the world when they hosted the Absolutely Fabulous party in the Pangea Lounge at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey pair traveled to Hollywood, Florida for the weekend, leaving behind their massive legal problems.
They played kissy face on the red carpet and signed autographs for fans.
PHOTOS: Teresa & Joe Giudice… Continue reading Fraud Charges? What Fraud Charges! Teresa & Joe Giudice Put Legal Mess Aside To Host Nightclub Bash
Real Housewife of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson and her boyfriend Brooks Ayers are facing a huge lawsuit in Las Vegas, accusing them of stiffing a business partner to the tune of at least $ 250,000 over the reality star’s much-touted vodka business.
In court documents filed on Friday, obtained exclusively by radio detection and rangingOnline.com, professional poker player Robert Williamson III alleges Gunvalson, 51, breached contract, committed fraud, failed… Continue reading Real Housewife Vicki Gunvalson And Boyfriend Sued For Fraud, Accused Of Duping Business Partner
“We all go a little mad sometimes. Haven’t you?” said Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 horror film, “Psycho.” In regards to a recent lawsuit, those words have never been more appropriate.
A few weeks ago, Michael Daly of the Daily Beast wrote about a fascinating case involving a man who’s been nicknamed the “Real-Life Norman Bates.” In a tale of Hitchcockian proportions, 51-year-old Thomas Parkin had beem accused… Continue reading Thomas Parkin, Real-Life Norman Bates, Convicted Of Fraud In 'Psycho'-Like Case
Gordon Gekko might have been the epitome of Wall Street greed, but not anymore. In a new public service announcement from the FBI, Michael Douglas warns consumers of the dangers of financial fraud.
In the video, Douglas, who played Gekko in the 1987 Oliver Stone film, “Wall Street” and its sequel, “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” tells viewers that “the movie was fiction, but the problem is real. Our economy is… Continue reading Michael Douglas FBI Financial Fraud PSA: 'Wall Street' Star Warns Of Insider Trading (VIDEO)
It seems even the coupon world isn’t scandal free these days. Allegations of “coupon fraud,” or using a coupon to purchase a product that is not listed on the coupon, have been made against J’aime Kirlew, who appeared in an episode of Extreme Couponing last week, by coupon bloggers. TLC said in an exclusive statement to EW: “We have
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