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Celebrity news regularly draws most of us in one way or another. Is it that cheating scandal, that drunk driving arrest or that big music copyright case that piques our curiosity? We all find interest in different types of celebrity news. At PROOF we’re interested in celebrity news that has a legal bent. That’s because Jill Stanley is a lawyer. A lawyer who loves celebs and truly loves the law. So when it comes to celebrity news, PROOF breaks down what is going on inside and outside the courtroom. By definition, the celebrity news we cover isn’t gossip. And we like it that way. When we talk about celebrity news we base it on court documents, testimony, affidavits, interviews, etc. And the way we deliver celebrity news is geared so that our readers understand the law and its’ application to their favorite celebrity news matters. We address celebrity news this way not just so our readers can learn how Angelina and Brad’s lives are affected by custody issues or what it means for Robert Downey Jr to overcome addiction and obtain a pardon but rather it’s also so our readers can see how laws and legal situations might affect their life or the life of someone they love. Most of us are familiar the phrase “celebs, they’re just like us.” At PROOF we actually believe this to be true on many levels. How could these mega rich, mega beautiful, mega famous people be anything like us, you might ask? Well, delving deep into the legal side of celebrity news will show you that they in fact are. Rich or not, beautiful or not, famous or not, custody disputes wreak havoc on us, we all love our children and want what’s best for them; and when we or a loved one gets clean and want to start anew, that pardon, that expungement means as much to us as it does to someone like Robert Downey Jr or Mel Gibson. Keeping up on celebrity news is interesting, educational, and a way to connect. PROOF does it...