This just in: John Malkovich files claim for money lost to Madoff; Bone Thugs-n-Harmony member arrested in Ohio
John Malkovich, left, and Bernie Madoff. (Reuters file photos)
So if you watch "60 Minutes" this Sunday ... the Chicago patent lawyer with the curly hair and gray beard? That's Sonia Sotomayor's ex-husband: Kevin Noonan. But Morley Safer interviews him only about biotech firms patenting genes, not about the Supreme Court justice (they were wed from 1976 to 1983). Seems like a nice guy.
John Malkovich filed a claim in an N.Y.C. bankruptcy court Thursday to squeeze $2.23 million from what's left of Bernie Madoff's firm, Reuters reports -- more than three times what a trustee ruled he is owed. But like many bilked clients, he's seeking the sum Madoff claimed the account was worth before his December 2008 arrest ... even though that number was probably phony. Madoff's other VIP victims include Kevin Bacon, Elie Wiesel and Sandy Koufax.
Flesh-n-Bone of rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony was arrested at the end of a Cleveland concert Monday for allegedly hitting his mother with a gun ... 12 years ago. The concert was the first time he'd been back in the area since then, his brother/bandmate Layzie Bone told the Plain Dealer, and they were unaware of the warrant. He also denied that his brother had hit their mom, who attended the show.
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April 2, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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