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Jason Patric Wins Big in Court Battle
The judge's ruling brings the actor that much closer to seeing his little boy again.
Jason Patric 'Always Believed' He Would Win Appeal For His Son
Jason Patric says he “always believed” he would win the appeal that a Los Angeles Court of Appeals handed the “Lost Boys” actor in his fight to be recognized as the father of his 4-year-old son Gus. “It’s been 64 weeks since I’ve seen Gus...
Justin Timberlake Stars in New Michael Jackson Music Video
"Pop news" time. And we begin with Michael Jackson fans and great news this morning. Michael Strahan brought us Michael Jackson's single "Love never felt so good," from the alb album "Xscape." And now, here's the video. The video features classic tracks. Timberlake holds his own in the singing and
Jason Patric Wins Appeal in Custody Battle
Jason Patric has won a court appeal in Los Angeles in his fight to be recognized as the father of a 4-year-old boy, Gus -- allowing the "Lost Boys" actor to take his case back to trial after losing an earlier round in court. Patric biologically fathered the boy with his former girlfriend, Danielle
'Lost Boys' Actor Fights Nasty Custody Dispute
Jason Patric went before an LA judge in an appeal to be recognized as his young son's father.
Jason Patric's Bitter Custody Battle
Actor takes his case to court to obtain custody of his son conceived in-vitro using his sperm.
Jason Patric Battles Over Custody Rights
The actor wants to be a father to the child conceived in-vitro, but the mother says he was simply a donor.
'Lost Boys' Actor Jason Patric Takes Custody Battle to LA Court
Jason Patric calls today the most important day of his life. The 1980s teen heartthrob -- who rose to fame in the movie "The Lost Boys" -- will be in a Los Angeles courtroom this morning to make an appeal in a fight to be recognized as the father of a 4-year-old boy, Gus. Patric and his
Babies Born From Donor Sperm Still Big Business
Todd Whitehurst was a young grad student at Stanford when he began donating sperm to pay his way through school. “I went about 3.5 years, two or three times a week,” said Whitehurst, who estimated he’d raked in more than $12,000. Then six years ago,...