Legal Drama

Woody Allen Accused of Sexual Molesting Daughter, Justin Bieber Sucks on Stripper’s Breast & More News . . .

Our Celebrities Behaving Badly feature this week is  heavy with accusations levied against Woody Allen by his daughter against him for allegedly sexually molesting her. In addition we see  Justin Bieber caught in the act of sucking on the breast of a stripper. At least Kanye West managed to avoid legal liability for an assault on a young man who allegedly used a derogatory word against Kim and ‘ye. What an interesting week it will be . . .

1.   Justin Bieber FIGHTS Miami Beach Charges Pleads NOT GUILTY

2. Justin Bieber’s Court Cases May Result in More Than Legal Woes

3. Kanye West Won’t Be Charged After Attack Claim

4. Bieber & Pal Double-Team Topless Stripper ‘Ain’t No Fun, If the Homies Can’t Have None’

5. Woody Allen Daughter – He Sexually Assaulted Me, Hollywood Should Stop Praising Him. 

-Uduak

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