Model Tyson Beckford, known for his ads for Ralph Lauren Polo, has sued companies owned by Sean "Diddy" Combs, saying his image and likeness were used without his permission to promote a clothing line after his contract expired.
For a second week, Hilary Duff finds her "Most Wanted" greatest hits set atop The Billboard 200. Despite a 51% second week decline to U.S. sales of 101,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan, the total is enough to keep the Hollywood collection ahead of the competition. The top debut came from Jim Jones' "Harlem: Diary of a Summer" at No. 5.
Rapper the Game says he was kicked out of a major fashion convention in Las Vegas yesterday (Aug. 30) because organizers thought he was involved in the shooting of rap mogul Suge Knight and feared retaliation.