Kendall Jenner may have had a walloping good time at her 19th birthday party back in November, but the owner of the Hollywood Hills home where the bash took place wasn't pleased about the rollicking celebration or its aftermath.
Gabriel Fedida, a trustee of the Toy 2014 Trust, which holds the title to the Bel-Air property, named the model's mom Kris Jenner and several others in a civil lawsuit filed Friday seeking more than $150,000 in damages and fees in the wake of the celebration, according to court documents obtained by the Los Angeles Times.
The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court mere hours before Jenner's ex-husband, Olympian Bruce Jenner, revealed in a highly promoted interview with Diane Sawyer that he identifies as a woman and is transitioning genders.
Fedida accuses Kris Jenner, Ewing Realty Group Inc., real estate agent Tomer Fridman and several Sotheby's entities of breach of contract, negligent misrepresentation, fraud, negligence, trespass and more, the...Read more
Taylor Swift says the media are the reason she's been "shamed" into not dating for the past few years.
The "Shake It Off" singer made the revelation in an interview with Glamour UK, saying she doesn't think it's fair that she's been pegged as "boy crazy" and "clingy."
She doesn't appreciate it, guys, so like, stop it.
"I do feel jaded about relationships, to be honest," the 25-year-old told the mag. "I think the media has sent me a really unfair message over the past couple of years, which is that I'm not allowed to date for excitement, or fun, or new experiences or learning lessons. I'm only allowed to date if it's for a lasting, multiple-year relationship. Otherwise I'm a, quote, serial dater. Or, quote, boy crazy."
Swift said "the narrative has been so wrong," chronicling false origin stories for her romances that claim she's "chasing" a guy and then result in "the same fabricated ending" claiming "she got too clingy" or "has too many emotions, she scared him away."
The week leading up to Bruce Jenner's sit-down with Diane Sawyer -- in which he's expected to reveal his transition from male to female -- has been filled with all sorts of last-minute news, rumors and questionable media behavior.
"I wanna know how this story ends," the former Olympian says in an interview clip released Thursday by ABC. "How does my story end?"
With all the Jenner-related stories swirling around, his is unlikely to end any time soon. Even people who are usually the ones being watched say they plan to tune in to see the interview.
"We will be all watching as a family tonight," stepdaughter Kim Kardashian told E! News on Friday in New York. "That is all I am going to say about it now."
And Sawyer, who's typically asking the questions, was quizzed about Jenner on "Live! With Kelly and Michael" on Friday morning.
"He's strong, he's looking forward to the future, he knows this is a big interview, he knows this is a big day for him," she said. "But he is really sentimental...Read more