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    Marvin Gaye's Tragic Death And Explosive Estate Battle To Be Explored In Groundbreaking REELZ Documentary

    When the Prince Of Soul was killed by his own father, he left behind no will and over $9 million in debt.
    By Bernie Zilio
  • Jan Gaye & Marvin Gaye Marriage -- Claims Ryan O'Neal Sexually Assaulted Her

    Jan Gaye Claims In Autobiography That Actor Ryan O'Neal Sexually Assaulted Her In Front Of Marvin

    Jan Gaye, ex-wife of soul singer Marvin Gaye, claims former heartthrob Ryan O'Neal sexually assaulted her in a restaurant while Marvin simply looked on.
    By Radar Staff
  • 'Blurred Lines’ Lawsuit Marvin Gaye Family Fighting

    Cheated Out Of Millions? Marvin Gaye's Sisters Upset They Haven't Seen A DIME From $7.4 Mil 'Blurred Lines' Suit

    Marvin Gaye's sisters are upset with his ex-wife over the $7.4 million the family won in its suit against Robin Thicke and Pharrell over the hit, "Blurred Lines."
    By Adam Levy
  • Paula Patton Upset

    Got To Give It Up! Paula Patton ‘Upset’ Ex-Husband Robin Thicke Lost Lawsuit To Marvin Gaye — $7M Settlement ‘Comes Out Of Her Pocket Too’

    Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams were ordered by a California federal jury to pay Marvin Gaye’s estate $7.3 million in damages for copyright infringement.
    By Radar Staff
  • Robin Thicke Pharrell Williams Lawsuit

    Pay Up! Pharrell Williams & Robin Thicke ‘Extremely Disappointed’ After Losing ‘Blurred Lines’ Lawsuit

    A Los Angeles jury has decided that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams ripped off a substantial portion of Marvin Gaye’s popular 1977 song “Got to Give It Up” for use in their own hit, “Blurred Lines.” The two singers must now pay Gaye’s estate a whopping $7.3 million in damages as a result
    By Radar Staff
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