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Justin Bieber attends mediation in photographer's lawsuit

MIAMI Justin Bieber attended a mediation session in Miami in a lawsuit filed by a photographer who says he was roughed up by the singer s security.Lawyers say Bieber spent about five hours Tuesday behind closed doors at a law firm with mediator David Gersten, a former judge.Photographer Jeffrey Binion seeks unspecified damages in the 2013 lawsuit claiming he was assaulted by a Bieber bodyguard outside a recording studio. Binion s attorney declined to say whether a settlement is near.The 21-year-old Bieber has

Hamza Ali Abbasi resigns as PTI’s secretary culture!

Hamza Ali Abbasi apparently thinks he is not good enough for the post of Secretary culture PTI.The Pyarey Afzal actor announced his decision via his Facebook account yesterday.In a lengthy status on Facebook, Hamza Ali Abbasi stated that he had decided he wasn’t fit for the cultural position his party had assigned him due to his recent involvement in a film Jawani Phir Nahi Aani. Hamza felt he had not acted according to his beliefs and considered the movie to be against the cultural values of Pakistan. Hence,

Icon Bacall's belongings lure bidders

NEW YORK Hollywood screen icon Lauren Bacall s personal possessions from the precious to the mundane hit the auction block in New York, drawing plenty of fans Tuesday.Collectors were jostling for a memento of the Oscar-winner from among more than 200 items from fine art to kitchenware, and avant-garde to kitsch.The sale continues Wednesday at Bonhams auction house.The collection includes jewelry and clothes, aboriginal and African art, English and French furniture and items

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