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Judge Joe Brown in Jail for Contempt of Court

Serena Williams Seeks to Make History at US Open

Shelby County Sheriff's Office(MEMPHIS, Tenn.) -- Former TV judge Joe Brown turned himself in to authorities Thursday night and is serving a five-day stint for being found in contempt of court dating back to an incident from last year, Shelby County Sheriff's Office confirmed to ABC News. Brown, 68, surrendered himself to Memphis police, then was transferred to Shelby Corrections, police add.The contempt of court charge comes from a March 2014 incident after Brown attempted to help a woman in her child support case. He ignored the judge's
Carl Court/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Adultery website Ashley Madison said today it has continued to attract new members, many of whom self-identified as female when signing up for the service.Avid Life Media, the parent company of Ashley Madison, said in a statement Monday that "hundreds of thousands of new users signed up for the Ashley Madison platform" in the wake of an unprecedented hack that left as many as 37 million members exposed. Of the new Ashley Madison members, the company said 87,596 are women."Recent media reports predicting the immi
ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Serena Williams is the queen of Grand Slams, and the number one female tennis player in the world is back to defend her U.S. Open crown.Williams, 33, talked with ABC News Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts ahead of the her bid for her fourth consecutive U.S. Open title.The tournament starts Monday and Roberts asked Williams how she was handling its approach.“Actually it’s really easy. I don't feel pressure to win here,” Williams replied. “I feel like I want to win here more than probably anybody but
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