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Corey Feldman Cleared In LAPD Sexual Battery Investigation

Corey Feldman Cleared In LAPD Sexual Battery Investigation

Corey Feldman has been vindicated after a woman accused him of sexual battery over an alleged incident last year.

Feldman’s powerful Hollywood attorney, Perry Wander, tells The Blast, “After a comprehensive investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office rejected the filing of a criminal complaint against my client Corey Feldman.”

The City Attorney also confirmed the rejection to The Blast.

The complaint was filed by an unidentified woman on January 8 with the LAPD. She alleged the incident occurred February 4, 2017, but no other details were given.

Feldman had vehemently denied the accusations.

We’re told Feldman is pleased with the City Attorney’s decision, and Wander stresses that the actor has “long been a vocal advocate against sexual harassment and abuse, and has maintained his innocence and now is vindicated.”

$500K for Dog Attack

$500K for Dog Attack

Two Swedish women mauled by dogs in a Camp Verde home in 2015 are suing for damages with the help of a California celebrity lawyer.

The violent incident left a foreign university student and her friend with scars and stacks of medical bills, .

$500K for Dog Attack? Celebrity Lawyer Perry Wander Takes Case of Swedish Women Mauled in Arizona.

“It was a very vicious attack,” said Beverly Hills lawyer Perry Wander, who counts celebrities including Michael Madsen, Lindsay Lohan, and Warren Beatty among his clients. “We intend to go to trial if we can’t recover fair compensation.”

Alva Lantz and Lovisa Jansson seek $500,000 in compensation and damages from Derek and Lisa Marie Mina of Camp Verde, according to a federal complaint (below) filed in Arizona last week. It was first filed in California U.S. District Court in January before transferring to Arizona. Read Article ->

Seasoned Entertainment Lawyer With Media Savy

Seasoned Entertainment Lawyer With Media Savy

Perry C. Wander was born in NY and moved to California to attend USC. Now a Beverly Hills lawyer that represents many celebrities and specializes in high-profile media cases, includ-ing entertainment, class action, criminal and employment, with 35 years of legal experience. Perry is a former Judge Pro Tem and has appeared on Larry King, Greta Van Sustern, Anderson Cooper and TMZ. Perry is a Los Angeles resident for 40 years and currently lives with his 5-year-old son, Joshua, and his Yorkie teacup, Modelo (‘Moody’).

Cher sued – Black dancer racial discrimination lawsuit

Cher sued – Black dancer racial discrimination lawsuit

Cher is being sued for allegedly telling her choreographer there were too many black people on stage during her concerts … but the singer says the allegations are BS.

According to a new lawsuit — obtained by TMZ — Cher was auditioning dancers for her “Dressed to Kill” tour in 2014 when choreographer Kevin Wilson said he particularly liked “a minority female dancer.” Wilson claims Cher responded, “We have too much color onstage.”

Wilson claims in the suit — filed by attorney Perry Wander — Cher then told him to find a white, blonde dancer. Wilson further claims he was instructed “not to cast anymore dark skinned black dancers on the tour.”

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Lawsuit: Cher fired dancers for reporting alleged sex assault

Los Angeles (CNN) — Three dancers fired from Cher’s tour accuse the singer of covering up an alleged sexual assault by another dancer.

The allegations are part of a lawsuit filed against Cher and her touring company in Los Angeles Wednesday.

“These accusations are ridiculous and could not be further from the truth,” Cher publicist Liz Rosenberg told CNN Thursday.

While the complaint alleges racial discrimination by Cher, accusing her of hiring a white, blonde dancer over a more qualified African American, the lawsuit centers on California’s whistleblower law that protects employees who are fired for reporting illegal activity.

“Cher was personally involved in the coverup of a sexual assault against a female fan by one of her other male dancers while on Cher’s Dressed to Kill tour,” the suit said.

The alleged sex assault happened in a St. Louis hotel on June 3, after a show on the tour, the lawsuit said.

A recently-hired dancer invited a female fan to his hotel room, it said. The fan, identified as “Jenn,” later complained to another dancer, Jacquelyn Ballinger, that the male dancer pressured Jenn to have sex with him.

“When she refused, the dancer became angry,” the complaint said. “Jenn asked for Ms. Ballinger not to leave Jenn alone and for help, to which Ms. Ballinger obliged.” Read more

Read the full complaint filed against Cher

Perry Wander organizes 3rd Annual charity Golf Tournament for TPRF

Each year The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), host a celebrity fundraising event to help raise funds for projects that provide food, clothing and eye care to hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

This years tournament director and last years tournament champion, Perry Wander, was instrumental in securing the Trump National Golf course and Maserati as a co-sponsor for the TPRF fundraising event. The Lead-time was short, the event date was in December when weather is unpredictable, and the day was a Sunday when booking the course for a tournament is unusually impossible. But the results were spectacular.

The sold-out, TPRF 3rd Annual Golf Tournament and Dinner was held at the world-class Trump National Golf Course in Palos Verdes, California. The course is remarkable for the spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean from every hole, lovely landscaping, beautifully appointed golf club, outstanding restaurant and elegant ballroom. Read article →