On multiple occasions, Deen Kharbouch has spoken out against her estranged husband, French Montana, who happens to be dating Khloe Kardashian. According to Deen, French abandoned her and their now 5-year-old son, Kruz, once his rap career took off. Of course, some folks took her revelation as some sort of bitter attempt to seek revenge against French for moving on. However, Deen says this is hardly the case.
Aunt Jemima Heirs Sue Quaker Oats For $2 Billion Over Unpaid Royalties
The heirs of Anna Short Harrington, the lady who became the Aunt Jemima character, represented by D.W. Hunter, have filed a lawsuit against PepsiCo, The Quaker Oats Company, Pinnacle Foods Group and The Hillshire Brands Company. Hunter – the great grandson of Harrington – is seeking $2 billion, plus punitive damages to be determined at trial. He says the companies conspired to deny that Harrington had been an employee of Quaker Oats.
Barneys Racial Profiling Allegations Settled By $525K Payment
Barneys has agreed to pay $525,000 to settle the multiple racial profiling allegations brought against the luxury department store by both patrons and former employees. The New York Daily News first reported the settlement, which came after State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman investigated claims of a “pattern of racial profiling” that started in 2013 after Barneys tried to counter a rise in shoplifting and credit card fraud.