A Broward County circuit court judge has granted the lawyer of a woman accusing University of Miami football legend Warren Sapp of getting physical with her third three-month extension in her attempt to serve the baller with the complaint.
Nightlife kingpin Chris Paciello is scheduled to be deposed next month in a lawsuit filed against him after a car accident. Paciello is accused of running over the toes of a woman while backing into a parking spot in his Audi SUV in Miami Beach.
Former Miami Heat star Chris Bosh has maintained silence about the drug raid at a home he owns in Dallas, a property occupied by his mother, 58-year-old Freida Bosh. According to records in Miami and Dallas, Bosh appears to have little to no relationship with his mother, and even sued her to get her out of the house that was raided by police.
Embarrassing emails written by Paul Tudor Jones, the billionaire founder of the powerful Palmetto Bay-based Everglades Foundation, to disgraced filmmaker Harvey Weinstein popped up in The New York Times this week.
Former Miami Heat superstar Chris Bosh put his Miami Beach house on the market for $18 million, according to MLS records. A month later, Monday, the two-time world champion delisted the property at 6396 North Bay Road without selling.
Saying he wants to commit himself to “being the person God intended” him to be, conservative Republican St. Lucie County Commissioner Tod Mowery resigned his seat this week after he was accused publicly by a local firefighter of conducting an affair with his wife.
Public records show Derek Jeter, the retired New York Yankees superstar slugger and new Miami Marlins owner, moved into a 19th-floor apartment in brand new Grove at Grand Bay, a two-tower complex in Coconut Grove with views of Dinner Key on one side and downtown Miami on the other.
In the wake of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s roasting in Democratic Party stalwart Donna Brazile’s book and the Weston politician’s failure to fire a tech aide who was under FBI investigation, her husband is now accused of trying to rip off an elderly investor, according to a lawsuit recently filed in Fort Lauderdale.
Former Martin County Commissioner Anne Scott, a retired judge originally from Chicago, and current Commissioner Ed Fielding were booked Tuesday night into the county jail after being indicted in a public records scandal that already cost taxpayers upward of $25 million.
Martin County commissioner Sarah Heard pleaded not guilty to a charge of failing to surrender emails she may have sent to, and received from, fellow commissioners, county staff and environmentalist Maggie Hurchalla, the sister of the recently deceased former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno. The emails were requested by development company Lake Point.
Ivana Trump’s ex had a little too much fun at a party near Mar-a-Lago last year, according to recently discovered court papers. Rossano Rubicondi, Ivana’s ex, turned himself in after driving drunk in his Mercedes-Benz SUV on Dec. 8, 2016.
Jason Derulo performed at the Mandarin Oriental in Miami on Saturday as a fund-raiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Hollywood. Among attendees were Rick Case and his wife Rita, NASCAR team owner Felix Sabates and insurrance heiress Christine Lynn.
Catherine Benjamin, 43, has filed police, state attorney and bar association complaints against lawyer and former state Rep. Steve Effman, alleging he touched her inappropriately. Effman says he didn’t do it.
One year after he filed for divorce from his wife of 20 years, basketball legend Scottie Pippen has agreed in a Broward County family court to dismiss his petition for a split. In a quickie hearing Saturday, lawyers for Scottie, 52, and former “Real Housewives of Miami” star Larsa Pippen, 43, told the judge the lovebirds patched things up, court records show.
Manhattan terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov, who is accused of mowing down dozens of bicyclists Tuesday, once owned a 60,000-pound tractor-trailer, according to motor vehicle records. The professional trucker in June 2015 obtained a Florida Class A driver’s license to operate big rigs.
According to public records filed last week in Broward County, Dolphins coach Adam Gase and his wife Jennifer borrowed $1.92 million from Bank of America. They have until Nov. 1, 2047, to pay back. The coach used the Fort Lauderdale home he bought last June for $750,000 cash as collateral.