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Sometimes all you need to do is say “I’m sorry.” At least that’s the case with Kim Kardashian.

KK was all set to take blog MediaTakeOut to court over their story claiming her Paris robbery was staged for insurance fraud. Mrs. West got her big dogs and filed a lawsuit not only against MTO but its owner, Fred Mwangaguhunga, for “blatant defamatory lies” and for labeling her “a liar and a thief.”

Well, MTO got the message loud and clear and retreated. According to USA Today, they offered up this apology:

“MediaTakeOut regrettably published a series of false stories about Kim Kardashian West suggesting she faked the robbery in Paris, lied to authorities and then filed a $5.6 million fraudulent insurance claim for her stolen jewelry. MediaTakeOut knows that Mrs. Kardashian West was in fact robbed in Paris. We have permanently removed from our website any and all posts that suggested she staged the robbery, lied about it to the French police and committed an insurance crime. We sincerely apologize to Mrs. Kardashian West and her family for the false stories we published and regret suggesting that what happened to her in Paris was anything less than horrific.”

Kim’s lawyer, Andrew B. Brettler, confirmed to USA Today that Kardashian dropped the lawsuit. “Mrs. Kardashian West voluntarily dismissed the lawsuit against MTO and Mr. Mwangaguhunga,” he said in a statement. “The matter has been resolved to the mutual satisfaction of the parties.”

“I’m sorry” goes a long, long way in the West household.


CodeBlack Could Redeem Itself With New Omar Epps, Paula Patton Flick



No shade to CodeBlack Films, but it’s last flick, All Eyes On Me, was kind of a disaster. From the poor ratings and reviews, to stars like Jada Pinkett Smith and 50 Cent slamming the film, folks just weren’t feeling it.

But that may all change with their new movie Traffik. The action-packed thriller slated for theaters April 27, 2018 stars Omar Epps, Paula Patton and Laz Alonso, and it looks pretty darn good.

Peep the trailer below.

In the film, Brea (Paula Patton) and John (Omar Epps) are off for a romantic weekend in the mountains. Isolated at a remote estate, the couple are surprised by the arrival of two friends, another couple, Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez). Just when the weekend starts to get back on track, a violent biker gang turns up and begins to torment them. The foursome are forced to fight for their lives against a gang who will stop at nothing to protect their secrets.

The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor. Patton is also a producer.

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