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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

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Demi Lovato shown in the iPod Room at the Henry and Betty Ford Rehab Clinic.

CHICAGO - Wikileaks CEO Julian Assange has confirmed that Alexandrina Welchowitz, a back up singer for Demi Lovato, has hired the San Francisco law firm of Goldentooth, Sandpuppy, & Singletavern to represent her in an assault lawsuit against Lovato.

Welchowitz claims that during a backstage meeting Lovato suddenly and without provocation hit her on her head with a tambourine.

She stated that the jingle jangles went everywhere and one even became embedded in her underwear. Luckily the band's bass player had a pair of pliers and he was able to take the wayward jingle jangle out before it caused any damage to Welchowitz' bikini line.

Lovato reportedly stated that she had accidentally dropped the tambourine and would never willingly destroy any of her musical instrument property.

Welchowitz said that the rumors about Lovato entering the Henry and Betty Ford Rehab Clinic due to an eating disorder are totally false.

She pointed out that Lovato entered the rehab clinic because her representatives feared that she would be charged with assault and battery charges and possibly be sentenced to The Zsa Zsa Gabor Prison For Women in Los Angeles.

One of Welchowitz' attorney's Virgo Frank Goldentooth has stated that his client seeks damages totalling $2.3 million. He added that they do not wish to settle out of court unless it is for a figure somewhere very close to $2.2 million.

In another lawsuit story. The rich bitch blonde 'do nothing' celeb Paris Hilton has stated that she plans to sue Internet blogger Perez Hilton for capitalizing on her famous name. Perez Hilton is reportedly willing to change his name to Atlanta Hilton.

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