Hollywood Docket: IRS vs. David Bergstein; Wesley Snipes fights prison; U2 plays loud

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Hollywood Docket: IRS vs. David Bergstein; Wesley Snipes fights prison; U2 plays loud

Thu Aug 26, 2010 @ 08:47AM PST
  • The IRS has joined the David Bergstein litigation party. The tax agency has filed a claim for $432,724.30 in unpaid business taxes against Capco, one of the five Bergstein companies creditors are trying to force into bankruptcy. [THR]
  • Wesley Snipes has filed papers in Florida federal court requesting a new trial citing "jury misconduct" as allegedly shown by various e-mails. [TMZ
  • Hollywood talent guilds have rejected a $1.6 million offer from producer Stanley M. Brooks to settle debts relating to Logo's "Sordid Lives: The Series." [THR]
  • U2 has paid a $22,000 fine for playing too loudly during rehearsals in Barcelona last year. [AP]
  • A New York appeals court has reinstated the case of a 68-year-old woman who sued for false arrest after she was kicked out of an "American Idol" concert. [Here's the decision]

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