Report: Tracey Popoola | Subbing: Claudia Jackson Image: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page Music: epidemicsound.com Reporter Tracey Popoola shares some of the biggest entertainment stories released this week, including the sexual allegation against House of Cards actor Kevin Spacey.
Words: Claudia Jackson | Subbing: Tracey Popoola Former Spice Girl, Mel B, claims she was drugged throughout her marriage, a Los Angeles court has heard as her divorce hearings continue this week. Mel B, real name Melanie Brown, allegedly told the court that in addition to the domestic abuse she suffered, she was also drugged by her husband, TV producer Stephen Belafonte. Belafonte’s lawyer, Phillip Cohen said: “Miss Brown now takes the position that she was drugged by Mr Belafonte throughout the course of their marriage.” In addition to this, the star claims that after she was drugged, her estranged husband made videos of her, almost a third of which are supposedly of a sexual nature. According to Brown’s lawyer, she tried to get out of the marriage for years, but each time Bel
Words: Tracey Popoola | Subbing: Claudia Jackson Meadow Walker has settled a lawsuit with Porsche four years after her father’s death Actor Paul Walker died in November 2013 after the 2005 Porsche Carrera he was travelling in as a passenger crashed at high speed shortly after leaving a charity event in Valencia, California. The driver, Roger Rodas, was also killed. https://www.instagram.com/p/7iVaRXNB-D/?taken-by=meadowwalker Meadow, Walker’s 18-year-old daughter, filed the suit in 2015, claiming the car had a faulty seat belt, which ultimately resulted in Walker being burnt alive. She also claims that German manufacturer Porsche acknowledged the car’s safety issues prior to the car accident. Meadow received $10.1 million in a 2016 settlement with the estate of driver Roger Rhodas
Words: Haonan Yuan | Subbing: Yujia Yang BBC claims Gemma Collins was warned about the trap door on stage with a “full briefing” before. The 36-year-old TV star dramatically fell through a trap door in the middle of the stage at the Radio 1 Teen Awards at the SSE Arena, Wembley. Gemma previously stated she was going to sue BBC because she “could have died or at least been disabled at the end of it.” She claimed that she “didn’t even know” about the hazard. However, it has now been claimed by BBC insiders that she was aware of the hole. In response to Gemma Collins’s statement, the BBC told MailOnline: "The BBC takes the health and safety of everyone involved very seriously and we are awaiting a full report from Remedy - the production company who made the show - about the incide