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The case may soon become a class-action lawsuit. The local news reported that Ms. Deming is inviting other disgruntled moviegoers to join her cause.

The theater where Ms. Deming saw the movie is offering refunds on tickets if viewers don’t like the film and has told the local news this “is an extremely frivolous lawsuit.”

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Animal lover Ke$ha joins humane society

Hollywood party girl and pop star Ke$ha is teaming up with the Humane Society International, an offshoot of the Humane Society of the United States, as its first global ambassador. Ke$ha is no stranger to animals — her debut album is titled “Animal,” after all — and said she is looking forward to protecting them.

“My music is inspired by the freedom and primal beauty of animals and the natural world,” Ke$ha said in a Humane Society International press release. “I take this opportunity incredibly seriously because we are all animals.”

The Humane Society of the United States, which is an animal rights organization, not an animal welfare program, has come under fire in recent years. During the Michael Vick dog abuse trial, a story in the New York Times said the organization falsely advertised that money donated to the group would “care for the dogs seized in the Michael Vick case.”

Ke$ha is the first celebrity to work with the Humane Society International. Their first joint project is a petition for the European Union to ban sales of animal-tested cosmetics by 2013.

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