AVN Awards move again, this time to Hard Rock

According to reports, Lana Fuchs, owner of Las Vegas clothing company Billionaire Mafia, is suing Cash Money record label co-founder Bryan “Baby” Williams, a.k.a. Birdman, for failing to appear at a scheduled show at Eve for which she paid $50,000 up front with another $25,000 to come. Fuchs says she negotiated with lawyer Philip Brutus. Williams denies he ever agreed to do a show or that Brutus was his lawyer. Stop for a moment and savor the idea of being betrayed by someone named Brutus.

In June, the AVN Awards and accompanying Adult Entertainment Expo announced the show would be held at the Palms for the first time, moving the operation from the Sands Expo Convention Center. Turns out that tenure is short-lived. The latest announcement is that everything will be held Jan. 18-21 at the Hard Rock Hotel, with the awards slated for The Joint.

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