Rihanna Assisting Police in Brown Case
R&B star Rihanna is cooperating with investigators building a domestic violence case against her boyfriend, the singer Chris Brown, a police source said Monday. The source said the 20-year-old performer, whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, was providing “ongoing” cooperation to detectives who booked Brown on Sunday on suspicion of making criminal threats against her. An early morning altercation with Brown after a pre-Grammy Awards party left Rihanna with bruises and a scratch on her face, according to police sources. She was treated at a “major medical facility,” a police source said. Brown, 19, has a double-platinum record and dance moves often compared to Michael Jackson’s. He fled before officers arrived, police said. He remained free on $50,000 bail, but neither he nor his attorney would speak about allegations that rocked the Grammys ceremony. Brown and Rihanna were both nominated; neither attended the ceremony. (Continue Reading…)

Usher’s Wife in “Stable Condition” After Surgery Complications
Usher’s wife is in stable condition following a surgical procedure — possibly plastic surgery. Tameka Raymond experienced complications while undergoing an operation in South America, which forced Usher to cancel a performance at a pre-Grammy party so that he could rush to her side. On Saturday night, Usher canceled his performance at the Recording Academy and Clive Davis’s pre-Grammy Gala. Music mogul Clive told partygoers the singer couldn’t attend due to a “serious injury in the family.” Access Hollywood reported that the serious injury was in fact “complications from plastic surgery” and a neurosurgeon, Dr. Gabriel Hunt, from Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center was being rushed to Tameka’s side. (Continue Reading…)

Immigration Delays Deportation of Haitian Mother with Sick Daughter
After garnering letters of support from several South Florida congressmen and community organizations, immigrations officials have granted a stay of deportation to a Haitian woman who has lived in Miami for nearly two decades and fought to stay in the US to care for her seriously ill 7-year old daughter. Vialene Jean Paul, who came to Miami 17-years ago, cried tears of joy Monday as she held on tight to her 7-year old daughter Angela who suffers from a serious viral infection. The news that she would not have to board a plane back to Haiti and leave her family behind was an answer to her prayers. (Continue Reading…)

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