A Washington, D.C. judge denied the claim of Leicester Bryce Stovall who said he was the father of LeBron James.
TMZ reports that Stovall, who said that James’ mother Gloria tampered with a paternity test, had all eight of his claims rejected because he could not prove them and had “not identified any damages.”
Stovall, a lawyer himself, said he wants to retake a DNA test and could appeal the dismissal.
11 million people have reportedly felt the shake but there has been no word of any injuries so far.
A 5.9 earthquake may be no big deal on the West Coast but here on the East side of America it caused a panic around 1:15 p.m. ET and lasted for about 30 to 45 seconds.
The quake was centered near Mineral, VA but was felt in Washington, New York City, Rhode Island and North Carolina. Government buildings in New York were evacuated and The Pentagon in D.C was evacuated as well.
Doug Kammerer, meteorlogist with the NBC affiliate in Washington, calls the tremor a “very big earthquake for our area.”
Jay-Z has been named as one of the celebrities that the Washington DC Police Department says may have received unauthorized police escorts.
The DCPD is conducting an internal investigation to see if celebrities such as Jigga, Bill Gates and Charlie Sheen – also named in the investigation – may have obtained police escorts, violating department procedure.
Police Chief Kathy Ranier recently voiced the department’s take on the matter saying police escorts are strictly for “presidents, vice presidents, visiting heads of state, mayor and others, if there’s a public safety issue.”
The New York police department was recently under a similar investigation after rap mogul Diddy reportedly received an unauthorized police escort to a party following one of his concerts.