Scientists say that if William Balfour wore gloves, his DNA wouldn't be present.
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- As Jennifer Hudson's family murder trial continues to unfold, more baffling elements are beginning to arise. Yesterday, it was discovered that the DNA of William Balfour, the man accused of killing Hudson's mother, brother and nephew in 2008, was not found on the murder weapon. However, forensic scientists insist that there was male DNA present, but it didn't belong to Balfour. Also, his DNA would not be present on the weapon if he wore gloves or wiped it down afterwards. [Radar]
- Gabriel Aubry is seeking $20K a month in child support and nearly a half-a-million dollars in attorney's fees from Halle Berry. He was expected to take his former lover to court this morning, but the matter was postponed because paperwork was incorrectly filled out. [TMZ]
- Pepsi has signed a campaign deal with Michael Jackson's estate. The new deal will allow them to place images of the late King of Pop on cans. The campaign will also include TV commercials and chances to download remixes of his hits. [Extra]
- Lamar Odom is training for a possible spot in the 2012 Summer Olympic basketball team. He's currently sitting out the rest of the season from the Dallas Mavericks. It's unclear where he will be next season. [People]
- T.I. is now being allowed to leave the state of Georgia 12 days at a time. It's the newest terms and conditions of his probation. The amendment comes just in time as he's preparing to release in eighth album. [EURweb]