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Thursday, November 29, 2018

Matt Barnes wants his child support payments reduced from $20k a month to $2k per child

Former NBA star, Matt Barnes, who won primary custody of his two sons wants to adjust how much he pays in child support to his ex-wife and the mother of his two children, Gloria Govan.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, Barnes has scored 71% of the time with his twin sons. Govan only has them for 29% of the time, yet she collects $20,000 per month from Barnes in child support.

In the document, the ex-NBA star who got dirvorced from Gloria in 2016 argued that he is now retired from professional basketball, and his income is not what it was when the child support obligation was originally decided.

According to Barnes, he now makes around $150,000, and after using the court’s child support algorithm, he believes he should only be paying $2,798 per child for every month, a total annual payment of $67,148.

He’s asking that the court grant his request and allow the smaller payments.

PDP tells police IG to reactivate forgery case against Aregbesola in Osun State

Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Osun State, yesterday, urged the Inspector General of Police to reactivate the charges of forgery and conspiracy to forge a police report for which the former governor of the state, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, was standing trial before assuming office in November 2010.

The PDP recalled that Aregbesola and one other person were facing a six count charge before an Abuja High Court for allegedly forging and presenting a fake police report to an election petition tribunal in 2007.

In a statement by state chairman of the party, Soji Adagunodo argued that now that Aregbesola no longer enjoys constitutional immunity, the Inspector General of Police was duty bound to arrest him and present him before the court to prove his innocence in the charge.

While recalling that it was on the basis of the forged police report that the Appellate tribunal in Ibadan ordered a retrial of Aregbesola’s petition in 2009, Adagunodo said it was curious that the former governor and his party abandoned the report when their petition went back for trail in the same year.

The Party said since time does not run against the state in criminal matters, the Attorney General of the Federation and the Inspector General of Police have no excuse whatsoever to abandon the case of forgery against the former governor.

Bobby Brown sues Showtime and BBC over 'unauthorized footage' used in Whitney Houston documentary

Attorneys for Whitney Houston's former husband Bobby Brown, have sued Showtime Networks and the BBC over the documentary "Whitney: Can I Be Me," alleging that Showtime, the BBC and several other defendants violated their rights by improperly using footage from the production of the 2005 reality series "Being Bobby Brown."

The lawsuit claims that Brown never signed a release for the film to utilize footage from the 2005 reality TV series “Being Bobby Brown”.

The lawsuit adds that Brown never consented for his likenesses to appear in the film at all. The complaint also points out that Brown’s production company Brownhouse Entertainment is credited at the end of the film. Brown’s legal team argues that the credits falsely suggest that Brownhouse authorized the footage that appears in the movie.

In the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court's New York southern district,Brown is asking for $2 million from defendants Passion Pictures, Tracey Baker-Simmons, Wanda Shelley, B2 Entertainment and Simmons Shelley Entertainment, as well as Showtime and the BBC.
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