Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay Ovarian Cancer Victim $72 Million

Pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturer Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay the family of Jacqueline Fox a total of $72 million – in lieu of damages after she developed ovarian cancer, and then passed away in October 2015. The company apparently has dozens of health cases pending against them since the 1980’s, but has failed to solve any of their customer’s issues to stay in business. Hit the jump.

Charges Against Brooklyn Gang Rape Suspects Dropped After Victim Admits Having Sex With Her Father

Earlier this year we reported five Brooklyn teens were arrested and charged with the gang rape of an 18 year-old girl at a Brownsville Park. The victim reported that while out for a walk with her father; Denzel Murray, 14; Shaquell Cooper, 15; Ethan Phillip, 15; Onandi Brown, 17, and Travis Beckford, 17, held them at gunpoint and raped her. The teens were charged, as adults, with one count of rape and sex abuse, and two counts of committing a criminal sex act. The victim has since recanted her story and now claims that not only did the group of teens not have a gun, they walked upon her while she was having sexual relations with her father. According to Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson, “The complainant has recanted her allegations of forcible sexual assault and the existence of a gun, and she does not wish to pursue criminal charges against any of the defendants. She also refuses to cooperate with any prosecution against her father, who was engaging in sexual conduct with her.”

NFL: Cowboys Claim They Had No Access To Pictures Of Greg Hardy’s Victim Before They Signed Him

Jerry Jones and the Cowboys organization are coming under some serious fire today after pictures were made available by the website Deadspin, showing the extent of the brutal beating Greg Hardy gave to his now ex girlfriend. As you might expect, Jones is denying that the team had any access to these photos before signing him.

(Photos+Video) Isiah Thomas Victim Responds To Possible WNBA Job

In a peculiar move by New York Knicks owner James Dolan, he re-hired Isiah Thomas to be president and a part-owner of the WNBA’s New York Liberty. This has Anucha Brown Sanders’s name reverberating in the sports world administrative offices and locker rooms. In 2007, Brown Sanders was entitled to $11.6 million dollars in damages from Madison Square Garden (MSG) and James Dolan after suing for sexual harassment and being unfairly treated in a hostile environment.

(Photos + Video) Victim Of Brooklyn McDonald’s Fight Brags About Newfound Fame Online!

Ariana Taylor, the victim of being jumped by a group of women at a Brooklyn McDonald’s is now bragging about her newfound fame online. Footage of the fight was caught on video and it quickly went viral. Check out the photos in the gallery, a video of the brutal fight and read more on the story after the jump!

Alleged Nightclub Assault Victim Wants An Apology From YG & Ty Dolla $ign!

The Australian clubgoer who allegedly was assaulted by YG and Ty Dolla $ign at a nightclub isn’t going to press any charges, if he gets one thing… an apology! Read more after the jump…

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