A former SpaceX flight attendant says the company paid her 250,000 to settle a sexual misconduct lawsuit against founder Elon Musk. According to the woman, Musk exposed himself and rubbed her leg without consent in 2016, She also claims he offered to buy her a horse in exchange for an ‘erotic massage.’ When reached for a comment, Musk asked for more time to respond and said there was "a lot more" to the story. READ MORE.
An insurance company is bringing cannabis DUI coverage to drivers across the country. The company Reepher recently launched cannabis DUI insurance coverage in Missouri, and it's coming to Oregon, Georgia, and other states with a legal pathway toward consumption soon. It's meant to help people charged with driving under the influence of cannabis with various expenses, including legal representation, transportation costs, and incidental expenses. READ MORE.
Johnny Depp's defamation case hinges on whether or not an op-ed Amber Heard wrote destroyed his career. But a witness yesterday said Johnny sabotaged his own career. That witness, was Johnny’s former agent Tracey Jacobs. She testified that he went from the biggest star in the world to a liability due to his drug use and unprofessional behavior which included showing up late and forgetting his lines. A Disney exec also took the stand yesterday who said that Amber's column had nothing to do with their decision to make a new "Pirates of the Caribbean" without Johnny. She suggested it had more to do with his issues. READ MORE.
Isaiah Lee the dude who attacked Dave Chappelle on stage a couple weeks ago. Turns out that wasn’t the first time he got violent with someone. Thanks to the notoriety he achieved by attacking the comedian, the 23-year-old has been charged with attempted murder in an unrelated case. He allegedly stabbed his roommate during a fight at a transitional housing apartment on December 2nd. Because of the amount of media attention Isaiah got, “the victim recently identified Lee as the person who committed the assault he had previously reported to police.” READ MORE.