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    C.T.A. News SNOOP DOGG ADMITS TO PAYING RAPE ACCUSER, CANCELS SHOW AFTER BEINF HIT WI

    SNOOP DOGG ADMITS TO PAYING RAPE ACCUSER, CANCELS SHOW AFTER BEING HIT WITH BOTTLE : 2/15/2005
    Snoop Dogg abruptly ended a recent Nottingham, U.K. performance after being hit with a plastic bottle thrown by an audience member.

    Sources say, Snoop was getting into his 1993 hit, "What's My Name" when he was hit on the side of the head with a bottle thrown from the sold-out crowd. A frustrated Snoop then stormed off the stage and screamed, "That's the end of the show!" The Doggfather's bodyguards then reportedly dove into the crowd in attempt to find the offenders.

    "Snoop was hit on the side of the face with a bottle during that last track so he told the crowd the show was over," a Snoop spokesperson revealed. "He was upset that this person had spoiled the show for everyone else."

    In related Snoop news, the Long Beach rapper has admitted to paying off the woman who recently accused him of rape. Snoop says that he initially told Kylie Bell, an Emmy nominated make-up artist, to report her rape allegations to the police.

    "I never wanted to give her anything in the beginning but my attorneys advised me to pay her this certain amount of money. Then, after a while, you know what, I'm not gonna pay nobody no $100,000 check for me to clear my name of rape," Snoop shared during a recent television interview. "In my heart, I don't know if something happened to that girl that night because any woman that I know that has been raped, their first mind-state is, 'I need to find the guy that raped me, get them off the streets.' They don't automatically say, 'I need to get some money for this.'"

    On the other hand, Bell's legal team believes that Snoop's confession will hurt him in court.

    "Innocent people don't make payments. His admission that he was doing so is very damaging," a spokesperson for the accuser's legal team said.


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    COURT DISMISSES SUIT OVER AALIYAH'S DEATH

    NEW YORK (AP) - Aaliyah's record company cannot sue the video producer that arranged the 2001 airplane flight from the Bahamas in which the singer was killed, an appeals court has ruled.

    The Manhattan court dismissed the lawsuit brought by Blackground Records, saying only the singer's parents had a right to sue for her wrongful death. The court said the parents did so and were compensated.

    Blackground's appellate lawyer, Frank Penski, said Thursday he had not seen the decision and did not know whether his client planned to pursue the case.

    Aaliyah had just finished a music video when she and eight others were killed in the crash of a twin-engine Cessna as it left the Bahamas en route to Florida in August 2001. She was 22.

    An investigation showed the aircraft was overloaded by 700 pounds. An autopsy found cocaine and alcohol in the pilot's body, according to a coroner's testimony.

    In 2003, Aaliyah's parents, Michael and Diana Haughton, filed papers in Los Angeles court saying they had reached an undisclosed settlement with the plane's operator, owners and flight broker.

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