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Last Update on July 01, 2015 07:14 GMT

JOURNEY'S DEEN CASTRONOVO NOW FACES RAPE CHARGE

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- New charges have been filed against Journey drummer Deen Castronovo. He was arrested June 14 in Salem, Oregon, for domestic violence. A grand jury returned an indictment Monday that also included a charge of rape and unlawful use of a dangerous weapon -- in this case, a knife. The indictment says Castronovo disobeyed a court order to stay away from the female victim by making contact with her this past weekend. Castronovo now faces three charges of contempt of court. Castronovo is in jail. Journey are supposed to play Provo, Utah, on Saturday.

JUSTIN BIEBER ATTENDS RELIGION CONFERENCE IN AUSTRALIA

SYDNEY (AP) -- Justin Bieber has found religion and he credits a New York Pentecostal pastor for turning his life around. Australia's Ten Network reports Bieber attended a church conference in Sydney this week. Hillsong Church pastor Carl Lentz was being interviewed when Bieber interrupted and said, "I'm glad to know him. He's changed my life." The church says in a statement that Bieber is at the conference like thousands of others "as a delegate who is seeking to build stronger foundations into his life."

AC/DC STREAM

NEW YORK (AP) -- AC/DC are finally allowing listeners to stream their music. AC/DC are now on Spotify, Rdio and Apple Music. They were a longtime holdout in the digital realm and only allowed their songs for sale on iTunes three years ago.

BON JOVI GIVES SUPPORT TO BOTH HILLARY CLINTON AND CHRIS CHRISTIE

LIVINGSTON, N.J. (AP) -- Bon Jovi is playing both sides in the 2016 presidential campaign in New Jersey. He hosted a fundraiser for Democratic contender Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday night. Meanwhile, Republican Governor Chris Christie used Bon Jovi's songs yesterday as he announced his campaign for president. Bon Jovi says through a spokesman that his friendships are not political and that he gave Christie permission to use his songs.

KATY PERRY IN THE MIDDLE OF A REAL ESTATE FIGHT OVER A CONVENT

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A real estate battle is brewing in Los Angeles over a convent and whether Katy Perry or a restaurant owner can buy it. The Los Angeles Times reports the property consists of several acres on a hilltop that overlooks the city and the mountains. Two nuns say they bought it from a benefactor years ago and want to sell to restaurant owner Dana Hollister. The diocese says only Archbishop Jose Gomez may sell the property and he's chosen Perry as the new owner. Perry dressed conservatively for a meeting with the nuns and even showed them the "Jesus" tattoo on her wrist. The nuns later looked up Perry on the Internet and decided she was not a suitable candidate after seeing her videos. The sale will likely be sorted out in the courts.

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