Did you know that it's kind of illegal to destroy an artist's artwork even if you own it free and clear? Ryan Upchurch is learning that the hard way by being sued by artist Jacob Aaron LeVeille in federal court
Carrie Underwood has been accused of unsportsmanlike behavior after allegedly stealing the most recent Sunday Night Football theme song
Back in October of 2015, Blake Shelton filed a $2 million lawsuit against InTouch Weekly over a cover story that alleged he was bound for rehab. While Shelton usually takes…
Go Blake, Go!
Keith Urban fans, you can now sit back, relax, and take a deep breath because that lawsuit against the singer that said he stole the name of his line of guitars from an obsolete 70s band has now been dismissed. Whew.
It's no secret Brett Eldredge's new song has a different sound to it, but some people were saying it was a wee bit too familiar to a famous pop song.…
File this one under bizarre lawsuits of the rich and famous.
Sara Evans and Craig Shelske - AP Sara Evans and her ex-husband, Craig Schelske, had a pretty nasty divorce a few years ago that even Kenny Chesney's crotch wasn't safe from. Sara…
Uh oh. Reba McEntire has found herself in the middle of not one but two different but connected lawsuits.
In October of 2011, Reba was set to perform at West Virginia’s Big Sandy Superstore Arena. While working on the stage, someone reportedly from Reba's crew was trying to untangle "a lighting truss and ceiling light fixture." The fixture ended up falling and hitting another worker on the head.
The injured man, Ronald G. St. Clair, ended up filing suit in September of 2013 against McEntire and concert promoter AEG, claiming he was severely injured.
Kenny Chesney seems like a pretty chill, laid back kind of guy, but apparently that doesn't mean he won't still sue you if the need arises.
According to the Tennessean, Kenny has filed a copyright lawsuit against a company who has been using his name and trademarked logo of a guitar leaning against a palm tree to sell their unauthorized merchandise.
Uh oh. Looks like the next place that Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will be teaming up together might just be in a courtroom because a judge has decided that a lawsuit against the pair is okay to proceed to trial.
It only took a year (and the probable financial ruin of one family), but LeAnn Rimes' invasion of privacy lawsuit against California special education teacher Kimberly Smiley and her daughter…