“She Wanted To Be the Next Oprah at Any Cost,” he notes By D. AILEEN DODD A jazz piano plays soft music. A field of holiday chrysanthemums fills the screen. A husband lounges on a red couch to send a video love letter to his estranged
By D. AILEEN DODD The husband of national evangelist Juanita Bynum is facing another court battle — this one from a former employee of Global Destiny Church claims he owes her $90,000. A civil case has been filed against Bishop Thomas W. Weeks I
By D. AILEEN DODD Talks in the divorce case of national evangelist Juanita Bynum and her estranged husband have broken down since the pastor dished about her troubled marriage in Essence magazine. Attorney for Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III said Monda
By Adelle M. Banks Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III denied details Wednesday of his troubled marriage to national evangelist Juanita Bynum, details that were recently published in Essence magazine. The national women’s publication is running a two
By D. AILEEN DODD Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III denied details Wednesday of his troubled marriage to national evangelist Juanita Bynum, details that were recently published in Essence magazine. The national women’s publication is running a two-
By Tim Eberly Former NBA player Jason Caffey had two kids with his wife before she filed for divorce in Fulton County last year. He also has had a slew of children —- at least six others —- with other women around the country, in and around At
By Alyson M. Palmer Appeals judges have vacated a reduction of Florida plaintiffs’ attorney Willie Gary’s $28,000 monthly child support burden. Diana Gowins and Gary agreed on the $28,000 figure after she gave birth to Gary’s twins in 2000.
Court sides with Atlanta mother of Florida multimillionaire’s twins By BETH WARREN When Atlanta resident Diana Gowins gave birth to twins fathered by a married multimillionaire, she felt her children deserved the finer things in life. The fa
By BRENDAN KIRBY Jim Altman, a lawyer who represents Caffey in a Georgia child-support case, said Caffey’s $4,250-per-month obligation is far outdated. “As an NBA basketball star, he was making millions of dollars,” Altman said.