“Dancing With the Stars” elimination… Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk making out… Battery case against Chris Brown dropped… Manny Pacquiao facing lawsuits… and Floyd Mayweather sued by ex-girlfriend for $20 million
SPOILER ALERT: It was a double elimination on “Dancing With the Stars” last night. “Shark Tank” star Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson have been eliminated. Maybe now they can go public with their obvious romance. And also Bachelor Farmer Chris Soules and his partner Witney Carson were sent packing. And now maybe Chris and his fiancee Whitney Bischoff can admit to us all that their engagement is off.
Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk tried to keep a low profile at the Met Gala Monday night, arriving and leaving separately. But “Page Six” is reporting that the couple were making out in a dark corner of the karaoke room at Rihanna’s after party until 3 or 4 in the morning.
Las Vegas police are dropping the battery case against Chris Brown. Yesterday, the man who accused Chris and his buddy of roughing him up while playing basketball suddenly withdrew his complaint. Huh!
Manny Pacquiao and his fight promoters have been hit with a couple of class action lawsuits by people who claim they were screwed out of a lot of money when he didn’t disclose the fact he was suffering from a shoulder injury before his fight with Floyd Mayweather. Both lawsuits are demanding at least $5 million in damages.
Floyd Mayweather’s ex-girlfriend has filed a lawsuit against him, claiming his lies have embarrassed and ruined her. Josie Harris is the mother of 3 of Floyd’s children. Back in 2010, she claims that the night she and Floyd broke up, he flew into a jealous rage, broke into her home and attacked her in front of their children. Floyd was convicted of domestic violence and spent a grand total of 2 months in jail. But two weeks before his fight, Floyd was doing an interview with Katie Couric and told her that Josie was raging on drugs that night and he was only trying to restrain her. Josie says that’s a big fat lie and she wants in excess of $20 million in damages.