12 homeowners have banded together to file a small-claims lawsuit against Khloe and Kris for the midnight fireworks show they put on last week in honor of James Harden’s birthday.
Neighbors are seeking damages because they claim the unexpected loud noises caused residents emotional distress. Each resident is demanding $7500 -- the max allowed by law. The plaintiffs say those focusing on the money are missing the point -- it’s really about making the Kardashians own up to their rude behavior in person.
In his first televised interview since he was fired from the WWE, Hogan expressed remorse for using the N-word in a secretly recorded sex tape from 2007. He used the slur to refer to his daughter Brooke's boyfriend at the time.
This morning, the Hulkster told interviewer Amy Robach, "I'm not a racist but I never should have said what I said. It was wrong. I'm embarrassed by it." But he did admit that his upbringing in Tampa, Florida may have left him with an inherited racial bias.
Hogan also said the tape happened at the lowest point of his life and that he was suicidal at the time. He is suing Gawker for $100 million for posting the privately filmed video.
After trashing the Republican front-runner last month, Charlie has done an about-face and now wants to be the Donald's number-two.
It started with Owen Wilson comparing Trump to Sheen in an interview with The Daily Beast. Owen said that, like Charlie, the Donald says whatever he wants. "He's answering a question completely honestly, and in an entertaining way."
Charlie took notice and tweeted, "Dear O. Wilson, they took your comment out of context! I'm honored! Thank you! If Trump will have me I'd be his VP in a heartbeat! #TrumpSheen16"
He's not the only outspoken celeb who wants a place on the mogul's ticket. Hulk Hogan says if he can't return to the WWE, “I wannna be Trump’s running mate. Did you hear that? Vice President Hogan?”
Straight Outta Compton was the number-one movie in the country for a third straight weekend, holding off the faith-based drama War Room.
1. Straight Outta Compton - $13.2 million
2. War Room - $11 million
3. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation - $8.3 million
4. No Escape - $8.3 million
5. Sinister 2 - $4.7 million
Straight Outta Compton earned $13.2 million, taking its total to $134.1 million. The NWA bio-pic is now the highest-grossing music bio-pic, surpassing the Johnny Cash movie Walk the Line.
The low-budget Christian drama War Room -- which opened in only 1,135 theaters -- made $11 million. (In comparison, Straight Outta Compton played in 3,142.)
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation dropped from second to third with $8.3 million.
The Owen Wilson thriller No Escape opened in fourth with $8.3 million.
Sinister 2 went from third to fifth with $4.7 million.
And the Zac Efron drama We Are Your Friends was a bomb, premiering in 13th place with only $1.8 million.