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Deja News: Ezra Miller Flash Fries His Career

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Hey SoCal! This past week, “Justice League” star Ezra Miller was once again arrested in Hawaii. Sorry, Ezra but that’s how you lose your career in a flash. And for more crazy you may have missed, Mike Ciriaco is bringing it back to your brain with this week’s Deja News!

On 4/20, WeHo’s Artist Tree opened a cannabis cafe.

Hey SoCal! April is National Cannabis Awareness Month, an apropos time for the grand opening of The Artist Tree Cannabis Lounge in West Hollywood. Sparking up our new monthly Hey SoCannabis series, Mike Ciriaco hits up this consumption cafe to converse about Southern California’s cannabis culture and THC tourism. Keep it green, SoCal!

“The Artist Tree is an immersive destination that combines art and cannabis,” explained Artist Tree founder Lauren Fontein as she guiding us on a tour of this dispensary/art venue hybrid. “We wanted to feature local artists by showcasing their artwork alongside cannabis retail products.”

In more legal news, Bam Margera also dropped a lawsuit over his firing from Jackass Forever. 

“Jackass” film creator Bam Margera has dropped his lawsuit alleging Paramount Pictures Corp. wrongfully fired him in 2020 from the “Jackass Forever” film released in February.

Lawyers for Margera filed court papers on Wednesday with a Los Angeles Superior Court judge asking that his case be dismissed “with prejudice,” meaning it cannot be revived later. The court papers do not state whether Margera — whose real name is Brandon Cole Margera — reached a settlement or if he is not pursuing the case for other reasons.

Hilary Duff settled a lawsuit over promoting diapers and feminine hygiene products.

Hilary Duff reached a settlement of her lawsuit against Irvine-based Naturalena Brands in which she alleged company officials used the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to claim a deal signed in 2019 for the actress to promote environmentally friendly diapers and feminine care products was over when in reality they were unhappy with the sales numbers.

Lawyers for the 34-year-old “Cheaper by the Dozen” star filed court papers on April 8 with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Lia Martin stating that the case was resolved. No terms were revealed.

Mike Ciriaco will be back next Friday with another Deja News. Until then, Erza Miller, we hope you get the help you need. And to everyone else, stay sane SoCal!

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