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Singer R Kelly has long been plagued by rumors that he has an affinity for underage girls. But when a videotape is sent to the Chicago Sun Times, the cops move in and arrest the singer. Kelly hires the best attorneys in Chicago, and after years of delays, his trial ends in acquittal. Hear from the jury foreman about what made him rule for acquittal.

When Snoop Dogg is accused of murder, he and his bodyguard claim self-defense. The prosecution claims cold blooded murder. It will take the best attorneys money can buy to help convince a jury that Snoop and his bodyguard are not guilty. For the first time, hear from Snoop’s co-defendant, the man who actually pulled the trigger.

“In the ultimate rags to riches story, rapper 50 Cent always seemed to beat the odds. Born in the New York ghetto, he lost his mom, dealt drugs, got arrested and was shot nine times - all before his 25th birthday. Just three years later he had hustled his way to the top of the charts and was worth tens of millions of dollars. So when 50 Cent filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing debts of $36million, the world was shocked. With the media, his creditors and the courts asking where his huge fortune had gone, it would prove to beanother of Fifty’s tests of survival. So how did one of the world’s hottest rap stars make the front pages for being Broke and Famous?”

Singer R Kelly has long been plagued by rumors that he has an affinity for underage girls. But when a videotape is sent to the Chicago Sun Times, the cops move in and arrest the singer. Kelly hires the best attorneys in Chicago, and after years of delays, his trial ends in acquittal. Hear from the jury foreman about what made him rule for acquittal.

When Snoop Dogg is accused of murder, he and his bodyguard claim self-defense. The prosecution claims cold blooded murder. It will take the best attorneys money can buy to help convince a jury that Snoop and his bodyguard are not guilty. For the first time, hear from Snoop’s co-defendant, the man who actually pulled the trigger.

“In the ultimate rags to riches story, rapper 50 Cent always seemed to beat the odds. Born in the New York ghetto, he lost his mom, dealt drugs, got arrested and was shot nine times - all before his 25th birthday. Just three years later he had hustled his way to the top of the charts and was worth tens of millions of dollars. So when 50 Cent filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing debts of $36million, the world was shocked. With the media, his creditors and the courts asking where his huge fortune had gone, it would prove to beanother of Fifty’s tests of survival. So how did one of the world’s hottest rap stars make the front pages for being Broke and Famous?”

Thierry Paulin murdered 21 elderly women during the 1980s. He lived a lavish lifestyle, funded by the money stolen from his victims. He was only apprehended when he mistakenly left one of his would be victims alive. He died of AIDS while awaiting trial and has never been formally convicted of the murders.

Steven John Grieveson is a British serial killer known as the Sunderland Strangler, who murdered four teenage boys in a series of killings committed between 1990 and 1994.

37-year Moat shot three people in two days in 2010. His victims were his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, her new partner Chris Brown, and police officer David Rathband. Stobbart was hospitalised and Brown was killed, while Rathband remained in hospital for nearly three weeks and was permanently blinded. Moat went on the run and after a long stand off with the police he shot himself.

Thierry Paulin murdered 21 elderly women during the 1980s. He lived a lavish lifestyle, funded by the money stolen from his victims. He was only apprehended when he mistakenly left one of his would be victims alive. He died of AIDS while awaiting trial and has never been formally convicted of the murders.

Steven John Grieveson is a British serial killer known as the Sunderland Strangler, who murdered four teenage boys in a series of killings committed between 1990 and 1994.

37-year Moat shot three people in two days in 2010. His victims were his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, her new partner Chris Brown, and police officer David Rathband. Stobbart was hospitalised and Brown was killed, while Rathband remained in hospital for nearly three weeks and was permanently blinded. Moat went on the run and after a long stand off with the police he shot himself.

Following a deadly brawl between the Hells Angels and Mongols Motorcycle Clubs in 2002, Cavazos came to national prominence. During his reign as the Mongols' president, he expanded the club's membership by recruiting local street thugs with affiliations to the Mexican Mafia. Federal agents say Doc's aim was to take on the Hells Angels and run a massive criminal enterprise engaged in drug running, murder and intimidation. But Doc's power grab came with consequences. During his time in charge, agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives infiltrated the club and piled on the evidence for a federal racketeering indictment. Many Mongols say Cavazos' hunger for fame would be his ultimate downfall and drive him to turn on his brothers.

This episode features the case of Clarence Heatley and his "Preacher" Crew. The "crew" extorted, kidnapped, and even killed to gain notoriety on the streets of the Bronx and Harlem. Heatley's top lieutenant was a former housing cop named John Cuff. His team included "janitors" whose job was to clean up the mess after Preacher's victims were tortured and murdered. It was rumored that they once kidnapped singer Bobby Brown and held him for ransom over a drug debt. By the early 1990s, the NYPD and FBI formed a task force to take down the Preacher Crew. Both Heatley and Cuff admitted their crimes in plea deals to avoid the death penalty.

Christopher Coke was the notorious leader of the international gang, the Shower Posse. His operation transported drugs to major US cities, sold them for massive profits, and purchased weapons on the black market to export back to his native country, Jamaica. "Dudus", as he was known on the streets, used his criminal wealth and prosperity to win the hearts of his community and influence their political affiliations. Such power propelled him from a Kingpin to a political pawn, and when the US attempted to have the beloved gangster extradited, a civil war broke out to protect him.

Mills found his calling as the leader of the white supremacist prison gang the Aryan Brotherhood. Over the course of almost two decades, federal prosecutors say Mills is responsible for at least 14 murders even though he has been in prison most of his life. In 1997, Mills and his right hand-man, Tyler Bingham, ordered their members to carry out a race war against rival prison gang, the D.C. Blacks. Immediately after the war, A.B. high-ranking member, Al Benton, provided the big break in the case when he left the A.B. behind and cooperated with the federal government. Armed with plenty of informants, prosecutors had the tools they needed to charge Mills and 39 others in one of the largest capital punishment cases in U.S. history.

Following a deadly brawl between the Hells Angels and Mongols Motorcycle Clubs in 2002, Cavazos came to national prominence. During his reign as the Mongols' president, he expanded the club's membership by recruiting local street thugs with affiliations to the Mexican Mafia. Federal agents say Doc's aim was to take on the Hells Angels and run a massive criminal enterprise engaged in drug running, murder and intimidation. But Doc's power grab came with consequences. During his time in charge, agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives infiltrated the club and piled on the evidence for a federal racketeering indictment. Many Mongols say Cavazos' hunger for fame would be his ultimate downfall and drive him to turn on his brothers.

This episode features the case of Clarence Heatley and his "Preacher" Crew. The "crew" extorted, kidnapped, and even killed to gain notoriety on the streets of the Bronx and Harlem. Heatley's top lieutenant was a former housing cop named John Cuff. His team included "janitors" whose job was to clean up the mess after Preacher's victims were tortured and murdered. It was rumored that they once kidnapped singer Bobby Brown and held him for ransom over a drug debt. By the early 1990s, the NYPD and FBI formed a task force to take down the Preacher Crew. Both Heatley and Cuff admitted their crimes in plea deals to avoid the death penalty.

Christopher Coke was the notorious leader of the international gang, the Shower Posse. His operation transported drugs to major US cities, sold them for massive profits, and purchased weapons on the black market to export back to his native country, Jamaica. "Dudus", as he was known on the streets, used his criminal wealth and prosperity to win the hearts of his community and influence their political affiliations. Such power propelled him from a Kingpin to a political pawn, and when the US attempted to have the beloved gangster extradited, a civil war broke out to protect him.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

Mills found his calling as the leader of the white supremacist prison gang the Aryan Brotherhood. Over the course of almost two decades, federal prosecutors say Mills is responsible for at least 14 murders even though he has been in prison most of his life. In 1997, Mills and his right hand-man, Tyler Bingham, ordered their members to carry out a race war against rival prison gang, the D.C. Blacks. Immediately after the war, A.B. high-ranking member, Al Benton, provided the big break in the case when he left the A.B. behind and cooperated with the federal government. Armed with plenty of informants, prosecutors had the tools they needed to charge Mills and 39 others in one of the largest capital punishment cases in U.S. history.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.