12:23 PM EDT 12/05/2013
Originally posted 11/18/2013 06:20PM
Teresa and Giuseppe "Joe" Giudice are in more legal hot water.
The pair, who face up to 50 years behind bars for 39 counts of fraud, were indicted on two more counts – bank fraud and loan application fraud – on Monday, according to NJ.com.
"As she did with respect to the allegations contained in the original indictment, Teresa intends to plead 'not guilty' to the allegations in the new indictment," the Real Housewives of New Jersey star's lawyer Henry E. Klingeman tells PEOPLE. "She looks forward to defending herself at the trial, scheduled for February 24, 2014. Beyond that, we will answer all of the charges in court, not out."
Originally posted 11/16/2013 07:00PM
Four skeletons found in shallow graves in the Southern California desert are believed to be those of a San Diego County family that vanished three years ago, police said Friday, resolving one mystery and raising a host of new questions about what happened to the seemingly happy couple and their two young sons.
The McStay family – Joseph, 40, his wife, Summer, 43, and their sons Gianni, 4, and Joseph Jr., 3 – were apparent homicide victims, San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon said.
Originally posted 11/14/2013 05:00PM
Chris Brown has left the rehab facility he entered last month after his assault arrest but is still receiving treatment, his rep tells PEOPLE.
"Chris is continuing his rehab program as an outpatient and is also completing his community service in the Los Angeles area. He appreciates all of your encouragement and support," the rep says.
The Grammy-winning R&B singer, 24, entered the unidentified rehab facility shortly after he and his bodyguard Christopher Hollosy were released Oct. 28 without bail from a Washington D.C. jail after a felony assault charge was reduced to a misdemeanor.
Originally posted 11/14/2013 12:30PM
A Canadian actress was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail by a judge who found her guilty of stalking Alec Baldwin in New York.
Genevieve Sabourin, 41, who already faced 30 days in jail for repeatedly disrupting court proceedings during her trial, was well-behaved but defiant after the verdict was announced.
"I haven't done anything wrong. I'm innocent," she told Judge Robert Mandelbaum. "You're doing a mistake right now."
Originally posted 11/13/2013 02:45PM
Did Jordan Graham blindfold her newlywed husband, Cody Lee Johnson, before allegedly shoving him off a cliff to his death in Montana's Glacier National Park?
That's what federal prosecutors believe happened, according to a new court filing by Graham's defense team.
"In support of this new theory, the government is awaiting DNA test results being run on a piece of cloth found on a shoal in the river in the same general vicinity as where Cody's body was recovered," says the motion by Michael Donahoe, a senior litigator with the Montana federal defender's office.
Originally posted 11/13/2013 02:15PM
Put out another "dumb criminals" alert – police arrested four suspected thieves after the men posted Instagram photos of a $120 Carl's Jr. splurge, allegedly financed with stolen credit cards.
Tavion Spignor, Leroy Jackson and Malek Morgan, alongside an unnamed underage accomplice, were arrested Nov. 11, two days after they allegedly broke into four cars in two Rocklin, Calif., parking lots and stealing wallets and GPS units.
Originally posted 11/12/2013 12:00PM
Alec Baldwin testified Tuesday that he never had a sexual or romantic relationship with a Canadian actress accused of stalking him, saying that after they met she began leaving dozens of voicemails for him at night and eventually started threatening to show up at his homes.
The 30 Rock star said at the Manhattan trial of the woman, Genevieve Sabourin, that he had a meal with her at a friend's request, gave her an email address and phone number and later communicated with her about acting classes.
She began to barrage him with as many as 30 voicemails per night and hundreds of emails that started out as lovelorn and pleading, Baldwin said.
Originally posted 11/11/2013 02:05PM
Moments before the guilty verdict was read against her father Martin MacNeill in a hushed Provo, Utah, courtroom just after 1 a.m. Saturday, his daughter Alexis Somers was already overcome with emotion.
"My whole body was trembling, I was so nervous and scared," says Somers, 31, who led a five-year crusade to get her father convicted of murdering her mother, Michele, 50. "My aunts and I were just clinging to each other. We had no idea how the verdicts would turn out."
As a court clerk announced the two guilty verdicts – for murder and obstruction of justice – Somers, her sister and aunts, cried out with relief as MacNeill, 57, stood at the defendant's table, stone-faced.
"It was a collective gasp," says Somers, whose chest heaved with emotion in the courtroom. "We'd been living in fear of our father for so long. He'd threatened to destroy us for standing up to him. To finally get justice for our mom was overwhelming."
Originally posted 11/09/2013 07:05AM
After deliberating for 11 hours, a Provo, Utah jury of five men and three women has found Martin MacNeill, a former physician, guilty of the first-degree murder of his wife, Michele, 50.
The jury, who heard two weeks of testimony from MacNeill's two mistresses, his daughters and jailhouse informants, also found him guilty of second-degree obstruction of justice.
As the verdicts were read aloud just after 1 a.m. Saturday, an emotional cry was heard from the courtroom audience. MacNeill's daughters Rachel MacNeill, 34, and Alexis Somers, 31, as well as their aunt Linda Cluff, 53, were visibly shaken as they hugged each other and cried. MacNeill, wearing a gray suit, stood emotionless.
Originally posted 11/07/2013 05:00PM
Justin Bieber has once again stepped in a bit of trouble while on his wild world tour.
Following a bad trip to the U.K. in March and controversy in Amsterdam in April, the singer is in Brazil, where police are charging him for "defacing a building or urban monument by graffiti or other means," according to a statement from cops in Rio de Janeiro.
Bieber, 19, apparently had permission from the city to paint on a graffiti wall in Rio's Olympic Village, the Morro do Vidigal. But according to RollingStone.com, he chose to tag a wall on a nearby hotel to avoid his local fans.
"Authorization granted by the city did not extend to other locations," the statement from police says.
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