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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Dennis Hopper wife filing for divorce

The divorce petition between terminally ill actor Dennis Hopper and his wife, Victoria Duffy Hopper, is going to court this morning so a judge can decide how much spousal and/or child support Mrs. Hopper will receive while the proceedings continue.

According to her attorney, Mrs. Hopper is running out of money and has nowhere to go with their 7-year-old daughter Galen, so the hearing is necessary.

Dennis Hopper has been trying to divorce his wife since shortly after his cancer diagnosis was confirmed. She is fighting him because she says it’s merely an effort to cut her out of his will, but he says they have a prenup so this shouldn’t be a problem.

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81-Year-Old Great-Grandmother Suing For Back Child Support

Los Angeles, CA, United States (AHN) - An 81-year-old woman is suing her son's father for back child support. She claims he's been dodging payments for 60 years and owes $57,000 plus interest.

Rosemary Douglas says she secured a court order for child support after her son with Urban Joseph Grass, Gerald, was born in 1950.

She claims Grass never paid while he claims he never knew anything about the order.

Grass now has a new lawyer, Pedram Mansouri, who says he and his 82-year-old client aren't worried. The lawyer believes he can make the situation go away quickly and suspects Douglas is just down on her luck.

Douglas insists she tried in vain for years to reach Grass and have him to release funds from his military allotment to assist with the child support. She said he refused.

Douglas later married and had two more children. Her son Gerald, who’s now a grandfather himself, recently retired from serving 32 years in the Air Force.

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Memphis School Security Officer Accused of Rape by 16-Year-Old Girl

MEMPHIS, TN – A Memphis City Schools security officer is under investigation after he was accused of raping a 16-year-old student.

Memphis police were called to Mitchell High School, Monday, March 22, 2010, after the student reported the alleged rape.

The security officer is being held for questioning, but no charges have been filed in this case. A Memphis City Spokesperson says the incident is under investigation.

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Woman Swapped 10-Year-Old Girl to Man for Cocaine in Michigan

SAGINAW, Mich. (AP) - Police in Michigan say a 45-year-old woman with a cocaine habit let a 67-year-old man have sex with a 10-year-old girl she was caring for in exchange for the drug.

Angela A. Blackwell of Saginaw Township is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct and pandering.

She remained in jail Wednesday pending a preliminary hearing set for March 30. Her lawyer did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment.

Police are searching for Johnnie L. Griffin on first- and second-degree criminal sexual conduct and firearms charges.

If convicted, the pair could be sentenced to at least 25 years in prison.

Detective Sgt. Joseph Dutoi tells The Saginaw News that Griffin had sex with the girl between September and February, while she was in Blackwell's care.

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Women six women sue WVDHHR, others for unpaid child support

Patsy A. Hardy, secretary of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Child Support Enforcement; Garrett M. Jacobs, interim commissioner of the WVDHHR Child Support Enforcement; and Heidi Talmage, deputy general counsel for the WVDHHR Child Support Enforcement, are also named defendants in the case.

The six guardians -- Cynthia Kerner, Lori Coon, Robin Danberry, Kathy Cooper, Cecilia Nash and Lisa Roth -- claim the defendants have "engaged n a systematic practice of allowing West Virginia judgments for child support to lapse, causing the children who benefit from those judgments to lose child support from the obligors who owe and/or the opportunity to collect the judgments."

The plaintiffs want to recover damages for the lost legal rights of behalf of their wards and on behalf of all other children similarly situated.

On March 11, 2005, the WVDHHR Bureau for Child Support Enforcement made a motion of behalf of Kerner's children to determine arrears and alleged that Robert Blackhurt was in arrears for approximately $58,000, according to the suit.

Kerner claims pursuant to the final order on petitions for appeal, the court ordered Blackhurt to only pay $111.72, plus $159.76 in internet. She claims the defendants' negligence resulted in her children losing approximately $57,728.

On Jan. 30, 2008, the defendants filed a motion on behalf of Coon's child to determine arrears, and alleged Daniel C. Coon was in arrears in the amount of $2,593.89, but the BCSE terminated the collection, resulting in Lori Coon's child to lose $2,593.89 in child support

The defendants determined Danberry's ex-husband was in arrears of approximately $40,000, but on Dec. 8, 2009, only ordered him to pay $14,793.15, resulting in the loss of $25,206.85 in child support.

On May 22, 1998, Cooper was awarded a judgment against Larry Dean Deskins in the amount of $26,517.01, but by 2009 the defendants failed to renew the judgment and presented Cooper with a release of line saying the judgment was paid in full, which Cooper claims is not true.

Cooper claims the defendants never advised her that the statue of limitations had expired and that she could not collect the judgment.

Nash claims the defendants made a motion alleging the obligor was in arrears of $14,370.12, but on Sept. 19, 2008, he was only required to pay $156.67, resulting in the loss of $14,213.45.

On April 19, 2007, Roth claims the defendants determined the obligor was in arrears in the amount of $75,780.99, but on Oct. 9, 2007, ordered him to only pay $44,969.77, resulting in the loss of $30,811.22.

The plaintiffs claim the did all things proper and necessary to pursue their child support arrearages claims against the obligors through the BCSE, fully cooperated and informed the defendants and all information requested and acted in "good faith and detrimental reliance" that the defendants would timely pursue their children's arrearage claims.

The plaintiffs are seeking that this action be certified as a class action on behalf of all of the proposed class and that they be designated as representatives of the class; that the court declare the breaches, omissions, negligence, legal malpractice and professional negligence of the defendants as unlawful, illegal and in violation of West Virginia law; that the court award the plaintiffs and all class members compensatory and punitive damages; and that the court award plaintiffs and all class members equitable, injunctive, mandamus and declaratory relief to require the defendants to place in the system procedures and processes to prevent such lapses from occurring in the future. The women are being represented by Charles "Rusty" Webb of the Webb Law Firm.

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Brian McKnight in Child Support court

Brian McKnight has another child no one knew about until now, and the baby mama wants him to put in for some Pampers. reports that the R&B crooner is paying child support for a one-year old boy named Evan Brian McKnight. Mark Vincent Kaplan, Kevin Federline’s lawyer, is repping Evan’s mama, Miriam Moreno.

There’s no word on whether a paternity test has been done, but the singer was in court last week for a support hearing.

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Nas is behind on Child Support he owes $200,000

LOS ANGELES — Nas faces a criminal contempt charge for unpaid child and spousal support in his divorce from fellow singer Kelis.

The rapper pleaded not guilty through his attorney and was ordered back for a March hearing in Los Angeles. Kelis's attorney says Nas is $200,000 behind on child and spousal support. He was ordered to pay more than $51,000 per month to his former wife and infant son in December.

Judge David S. Cunningham III, who is overseeing the divorce proceedings, said Friday it's starting to look like the rapper is trying to evade court orders.

One of Nas's attorneys, Anthony Ukran, told Cunningham the rapper needs more time to prepare his defence and show he's unable to pay the court-ordered support amounts.

Kelis filed for divorce in May.

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Flavor Flav, is behind in child support payments of $60,000

Public Enemy group member and reality star, Flavor Flav, is reportedly behind in over $60,000 in back child support to just one of his 4 baby mommas.

According to the NY Post, William ‘Flavor Flav’ Drayton, Jr faces charges of back child support owing Mary Parker, the mother of four of his 7 children, a total of $63,458.

Flavor Flav has been paying Parker $117 a week until she had the child support agreement amended to where he will have to pay $837.72 per child due to his lack of not paying, and that’s not including the four kids’ tuition.

According to a statement, Flavor Flav stated that he was just recently made of aware of the judgment since it is recent and he will be addressing it. The rapper goes on to say that he has made payments on his children’s tuition and has also made direct payment to the mother of his children outside of the court’s order.

Hey Flavor do you know what time it is?

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Woman Told to Pay back Child Support

SOCORRO--- The Office of the Attorney General says one Socorro woman owes them hundreds of dollars, but she says they actually owe her money.

Elisa Benitez raises her one-year-old son at her mobile home while going to school full-time.
She and her ex-husband both agreed to hire the Texas Attorney General's office to work out their child support payments.
"We got into this because we thought it was going to make it easier, and instead it just made it way more complicated," she said.

Benitez received a letter in the mail saying the OAG overpaid her more than $500 over the past year, and now they want that money back.

"And they say if I don't pay within 30 days, they're going to start cutting my checks in half," said Benitez.

Benitez says she has bank statements that prove otherwise.

"My bank statements showed that I wasn't receiving the money they said they were sending me. They said they were sending me a 100 dollars, my bank only received 30," said Benitez.

We looked at her documentation, and it all matched up.
In fact, Benitez says her statements show another thing: the OAG actually owes her money.

After she stopped receiving Medicaid services for her son in October, the OAG continued to take the money out from her payments.

She says they've kept $180 that's not theirs.

We called the OAG and talked to them about Benitez' situation.
"Her case was not properly coded...We'll look into why it happened. We will review that documentation and make sure that everything is correct," said spokeswoman Janece Rolfe.

Yet after Elisa said she's received the run-around for weeks, she was ready to just quit the service.

"And I asked them, 'what's the only way I can get rid of the service?' And they told me that I'd have to get back with him(ex-husband), be living with him for six months, and it would go away."

And she says that's no option.

Benitez will find out in the next two weeks if she'll have to pay the child support cash back, hoping to find a little support for herself.

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State Dropped charges of statuory rape

JACKSON, Tenn. (AP) -- The state has dropped a statutory rape charge filed in April against a special education teaching assistant.

The case against Terence Love of Jackson was scheduled for trial next week, but The Jackson Sun reported a judge signed an order Tuesday dismissing the charge.

A South Side High School student who was not in a class where Love assisted said she had sex with him when she was 16.

Love's lawyer filed a motion Jan. 26 requesting specific dates and times sex acts were alleged to have occurred.

The order signed by Judge Donald Allen states the girl's trial testimony "would be inconsistent and contradictory to previous statements which she has made."

Defense attorney Daniel Taylor said Wednesday there were "a lot of things that contradicted each other" and Love is glad the case is over.
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Eight-grade Boy collapsed and died while conditioning for soccer

FAIRVIEW, Tenn. -- An eighth-grade boy who was doing a conditioning workout for soccer has collapsed and died in a Middle Tennessee school gym.

Williamson County Director of Schools Mike Looney told The Tennessean he couldn't release the boy's name until teachers were alerted and counselors were called to be on hand Thursday morning at Fairview Middle School.

Looney said it wasn't clear whether the youth died Wednesday at the school or later at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville.

Looney said the boy's death would devastate the area there the school is located, which he described as "an extremely tight community."

The soccer training was being conducted after the regular school day had ended.
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Mathew Knowles ordered to pay child support

According to TMZ Mathew Knowles was just ordered to pay child support to his mistress.

Alexandria Wright gave birth to a baby born February fourth after claiming to of had an 18-month relationship. Knowles has never denied being the father of baby Nixon. He actually gave her ten thousand dollars to cover baby stuff and medical costs last month.

Wright’s attorney, Neal Hersh, went to court today asking for support. The judge ordered that if the DNA test taken March first determines that Knowles is the biological father then he will have to pay $8, 200 a month in child support, plus an additional $20, 750 for the previous month of January.

Documents filed in court back in November show that Mathew Knowles’ wife Tina Knowles filled for divorce. The couple released a statement about their split stating, “The decision to end our marriage is an amicable one. We remain friends, parents, and business partners…If anyone is expecting an ugly messy fight, they will be sadly disappointed. We ask for your respect of our privacy as we handle this matter.”

Mathew Knowles, age 58, is the father and manager of R&B singer Beyonce Knowels, and singer/songwriter Solange Knowles. He also founded his own record label (a division of Columbia) that produced the group Destiney’s Child which included his daughter Beyonce, his niece Kelly Rolland, and Michelle Williams.

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Parents charged with inciting a Riot at Chucky Cheese

An 18-year-old pregnant woman is out on bond tonight after police say she started a riot inside a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant Saturday night.

It happened at the 3600 block of Hickory Hill.

During an interview Monday, Juaneka Key told us she was there with her family celebrating her 2-year-old son's birthday. However, the night ended at 201 Poplar.

"Everybody's putting it on me, five of us got arrested: me, my mom, my sister, my boyfriend, and my step-dad," said Key.

She says it all started because of a long line at the photo booth.

"My sister and little brother were taking pictures, the girl said, 'Dang how long ya'll gonna be?'" said Key.

An argument started, escalated and turned into a brawl when police say Key's step-dad intervened, punched the girl and gave her a black eye.

"Other people [began] jumping in that didn't have nothing to do with the fight," said Key.

Court papers describe absolute chaos with fists flying between both the victim's family and the suspect's. Police say customers and children began panicking and running from the scene to avoid getting involved.

Managers at Chuck E. Cheese's declined comment. Though they have several surveillance cameras there, a worker tells us none were pointed at the incident.

Nearby shoppers call it ridiculous.

"Kinda a kid environment, for adults to act like that is kinda disturbing to me," said Bertha Waller.

"I feel so embarrassed," said Key.

But the teen says she has no regrets and denies any of this was her fault.

"The fact that I'm pregnant, why am I gonna fight? I'm not trying to lose my child," said Key.

Both Key and her step-dad face charges of Disorderly Conduct and Inciting a Riot. The two other suspects face charges of threatening cops as they tried to break up the fight, as well as Possession of Marijuana.

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