PopEater reports the incident took place in November 2008 during a pro-gay marriage rally in downtown Los Angeles.
Mike Skiff, a gay video journalist, recognized the “gay Austrian fashion journalist” Bruno, and started to film him. The lawsuit claims Cohen’s crew didn’t like this, and begain threatening Skiff and pushing him.
Skiff is suing for $25,000 in damages for alleged physical and emotional pain and suffering. You can see the video below.
Oscar-winner Nicholas Cage has filed a $20 million lawsuit against his former business manager, Samuel Levin, reports CBC. Cage is accusing Levin of negligence and fraud.
“Instead of protecting and preserving Cage’s wealth during one of the greatest economic periods in the country’s history, Levin placed Cage in numerous highly speculative and risky real estate investments, resulting in Cage suffering catastrophic losses,” says the suit, filed in Los Angeles Friday.