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KISS’ Gene Simmons is being sued for sexual battery
KISS’ Gene Simmons is being sued for sexual battery
KISS co-vocalist and eclectic entrepreneur Gene Simmons is being sued for sexual battery by a woman who claims he groped her while she was working in the kitchen at one of his restaurants, as uncovered in documents by The Blast. The existence of the new lawsuit—in which a woman identified only as Jane Doe is seeking unspecified damages from Simmons after the incident that reportedly occurred back
Physician-assisted suicide now legal in California
Physician-assisted suicide now legal in California
Earlier this week, California Governor Jerry Brown signed the controversial “End Of Life Option Act,” which allows doctors to prescribe lethal medication to terminally ill patients, (via CNN). He offered his personal sentiments in a letter addressed to state lawmakers: “I do not know what I would do if I were dying in prolonged and excruciating pain," Brown wrote. "I am certain, howeve .
Tim Lambesis world exclusive interview: The As I Lay Dying singer breaks his year-long silence
Tim Lambesis world exclusive interview: The As I Lay Dying singer breaks his year-long silence
Tim Lambesis speaks about his case for the first (and possibly last) time anywhere, in a series of interviews with AP's West Coast Editor Ryan J. Downey conducted in the final weeks and days leading up to today's sentencing of six years imprisonment. “Shock” doesn’t even ...
The Lead – Watching Rocketown: exaggeration, religion, state laws and how the venue became infamous
After an employee of the Nashville music venue/youth outreach center Rocketown was fired in late January for what appeared to be his support of same-sex marriage, and a physical altercation between the venue's staff and a member of the band Volumes that was first reported as an instance of the club objecting to his own support of gay marriage (and later debunked), a flurry of outrage and condemn
Silversun Pickups issue cease and desist order to Mitt Romney campaign
Silversun Pickups issue cease and desist order to Mitt Romney campaign
Silversun Pickups' lawyer has issued a cease and desist order today to the Romney political camp for illegal use of the band's song "Panic Switch" at campaign stops. A statement says that the song was used "ithout any regard for copyright or intellectual property laws" and "without permission" and that "the band has no intention of endorsing the Romney campaig
Phil Labonte of All That Remains on the Second Amendment and our right to bear arms
Phil Labonte of All That Remains on the Second Amendment and our right to bear arms
When PHILIP LABONTE, lead singer of ALL THAT REMAINS, wrote an Op-Ed for AP on the right to bear arms, last week’s shooting in Colorado had not yet happened. The Op-Ed was set to run in an upcoming issue. However, in light of the horrific events, Labonte revised his column in order to address last week’s tragedy.  His position h... Read More ...