The family behind the National Enquirer is having its own tabloid-worthy drama play out in Palm Beach Circuit Court.
In the latest round, Paul Pope, who’s traded at least six lawsuits with his mother, Lois, persuaded the court to modify an injunction that forced him to surrender his guns and ammunition amid allegations he stalked and threatened his mother.
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