In this weeks' A-List Insider:
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lose their libel case after copying Marvin Gaye's music, Angie Stone gets arrested and Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson gets suspended by the BBC.
Blurred Lines breaks copyright law
A jury has determined that recording stars Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams did commit copyright infringement with their 2013 hit Blurred Lines.
The court awarded Marvin Gaye's estate and his three children nearly $7.4 million in damages after finding that they musicians had plagiarised the late soul singer's chart-topper Got to Give It Up.
The ruling came after months of litigation in which Gaye's heirs claimed that part of his 1977 hit were lifted by Pharrell and Robin. In 2014 Robin testified that he was not present when the song was written, even though he received credit.
Angie Stone arrested
And speaking of musicians gone bad – R&B singer Angie Stone has been arrested for domestic aggravated assault.
The Life Story hitmaker was taken into police custody after allegedly attacking her daughter Diamond and knocking her front teeth out at their home in DeKalb County, Georgia.
According to the police report, the singer claims her daughter punched her first and she was trying to protect herself. Diamond claims the fight started when her mother complained that she didn't look after her children.
Although Diamond was also taken into custody, she was eventually released without charge.
Angie's turbulent relationship with her 30-year-old daughter was a major storyline during the last season of R&B divas and fans watched the duo argue over Angie's boyfriend and diamond wanting a singing career of her own.
Jeremy Clarkson suspended
And finally Top gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended by the BBC after allegedly punching one of the show's producers.
Apparently the host "snapped" after finding out there were not catering arrangements made during location filming in Newcastle.
In May the controversial host was given what he called his "final warning" following claims he used a racist word while filming the popular BBC motoring show ,so it looks like he may be gone for good.
There was supposed to be a show this weekend but it has been cancelled following this incident. The remaining three episodes of the current series have also been pulled from the schedules.
An online petition website calling for Jeremy to be reinstated has already been set up but do you think he deserves another chance?