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Celebrity Justice

A Beastly Battle Over Branded Burgers

By A.J. Firstman

MrBeast is kind of a big deal. His staggering 174 million subscribers make him the most-subscribed creator on YouTube. His videos regularly rack up tens of millions of views within days of posting. He gives away millions of dollars to charities and viewers with staggering frequency — and he's still…

Under the Influencer: Kai Cenat Charged for Inciting a Riot

By A.J. Firstman

Your teenage years are a time of growth. A time of learning about yourself, testing your limits, and testing your boundaries as you transition from child to adult. And, if you were living within driving distance of Union Square in New York City this August, it's apparently also a perfect…

Is Britney Spears' Divorce Toxic?

By Jordan Walker, J.D.

You might have seen it trending on social media this week: Britney Spears' husband Sam Asghari filed for divorce. Citing irreconcilable differences, Asghari filed his petition to divorce the grammy-winning pop star in a Los Angeles County Court after 14 months of marriage. Spears was spotted driving…

What Taylor Swift Gets Wrong About Inheritance and Estate Planning in “Anti-Hero"

By Catherine Hodder, Esq.

American songwriter, Taylor Swift, is known for her catchy lyrics and sold-out concerts, but she isn't really sought after for estate planning information. In her song “Anti-Hero," she sings about disinheriting her family: I have this dream my daughter-in-law kills me for the money She thinks I left them in…

Can Elon Musk Afford to Break the Law?

By A.J. Firstman

Elon Musk's already close tango with the law has turned even more contentious since he bought Twitter (for way too much money). A lot of ink has been spilled chronicling the difficulties he and Twitter have been experiencing since his takeover of the site. It's left a lot of us, including legal experts, scratching our…

Travis Gets Off Scott-Free from Criminal Charges

By A.J. Firstman

You might remember the deadly aftermath of rapper Travis Scott's Astroworld festival in 2021. The sold-out show in Houston resulted in eight deaths and dozens of injuries — and, of course, accompanying legal charges. Recently, a grand jury in Houston decided not to pursue charges against Scott, nearly 18 months after the incident. The…

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