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a lawyer who represents Caffey in a Georgia child-support case, said Caffey’s $4,250-per-month obligation is far outdated.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.
By ERRIN HAINES ATLANTA – Less than two months after his arrest on a wife-beating charge, Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III is offering a steep discount on DVDs of his million-dollar wedding to televangelist Juanita Bynum and a book they wrote toge
By D. AILEEN DODD The estranged husband of national evangelist Juanita Bynum on Wednesday denied that his wife was a victim of cruel treatment in a response to her divorce filing. Lawyers for Bishop Thomas W. Weeks III also said their client is de
By MIKE MORRIS Evangelist Juanita Bynum, in the midst of a divorce that became very public when she was allegedly beaten, choked and stomped by her estranged husband in the parking lot of an Atlanta hotel, said Wednesday that her heart is healing.
By Peg Tyre Sept. 18, 2007 – Britney Spears may be losing her fan base, but now, as her latest misadventures spill into Los Angeles Superior Court, the tabloids are asking: could she also lose her kids? Like many divorcing moms, Spears is tr
By D. AILEEN DODD, S.A. REID National evangelist Juanita Bynum apparently has filed for divorce, more than two weeks after the alleged attack by her estranged husband, Bishop Thomas Weeks III. A relative on Thursday said that Bynum, 48, has filed
By D. Aileen Dodd, Saeed Ahmed Bynum told WAGA-TV this week that she has given her attorney the go-ahead for divorce proceedings, though she still loves Weeks. “It’s so much until I think I can marry him twice, but this one is over,
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