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Homeless man sues Burger King for $1M after jailed, falsely accused of using fake money

Now Ellis is suing the fast food giant and franchisee for nearly $1 million ... READ MORE: Man attacked over cold Burger King onion rings The lawsuit comes weeks after the arrest of two black men at a ... read more

Suit: Homeless man jailed after trying to pay Burger King with $10 bill

Ellis was arrested in 2015 after he tried to buy breakfast at Burger King using a $10 bill that the cashier thought was fake. Ellis' arrest ... he's black and homeless. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) BOSTON ... read more

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LONDON: Amir Khan said Friday that he and fellow British boxer Anthony Joshua are now on good terms after the world heavyweight champion ... announce on Twitter that her husband had been sent “fake sc... read more

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