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Report: Sheree Whitfield Has To Sell Chateau Sheree To Settle Debts

[ad_1] Sheree Whitfield of The Real Housewives of Atlanta is reportedly neck-deep in debt over trying to maintain “Chateau Sheree.” According to Straight From The A, contractors want her to sell the property so that they can finally be paid. Also, Whitfield has reportedly been trying to get her certificate of occupancy, but the home still can’t pass inspections. The house is not only unlivable, notes the website, but some of one of the unpaid contractors have attempted to garnish her wages. Since the home is not under her name, however, they “haven’t been able to find bank accounts to garnish,” said Emory Potter,...

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Maxine Waters: ‘I’m A Strong Black Woman, I Cannot Be Intimidated’

[ad_1] Source: Bill Clark / Getty Rep. Maxine Waters may have had nothing to say to Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly about his recent racist and sexist comments about her, but she definitely had a lot to say when she was on MSNBC on Tuesday night. And she didn’t hold back. “I am a strong black woman, and I cannot be intimidated. I cannot be undermined,” Waters told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes. “I cannot be thought to be afraid of Bill O’Reilly or anybody. And I’d like to say to women out there everywhere: Don’t allow these right-wing talking heads, these dishonorable people, to intimidate you or...

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Why Hollywood's writers might be headed for a strike

[ad_1] Strikers march at the Writer's Guild of America's 'Diversity Day' at Paramount Pictures studio on December 12, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. There's seemingly more opportunities than ever for writers in Hollywood, between movies, TV and new digital services. But if the Writers Guild of America is not able to agree to a new contract before May, it all could come to a screeching halt, nearly a decade since the union's last strike that lasted 100 days and carried a billion-dollar price tag. At issue: The WGA's three-year-contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and...

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