Sandra "Pepa" Denton and Cheryl "Salt" James, of the hip-hop rap group Salt-n-Pepa, perform at Woodstock '94. (Neal Preston/Corbis)
Pepa of the '80s rap group trio Salt-n-Pepa was in federal court in Baltimore this week to sue her ex, his new wife and others over a Charm City investment property she claims they took via fraud. The Daily Record reports she testified in a black leather jacket and tight black jeans and said she was cold and nervous.
Britney Spears vindicated! Sort of. A judge declared a mistrial yesterday in her 2007 driving-without-a-license case when the jury "hopelessly deadlocked" after three days. The foreman said two jurors insisted she was guilty. No retrial, says the prosecutor.
David Duchovny will sue Britain's Daily Mail for claiming he cheated with his 28-year-old tennis instructor, reports the N.Y. Daily News. A lawyer for the actor, just out of sex-addiction rehab, insists there was no affair of any kind.