HOLLYWOOD (CNN) -- Mary J. Blige gets caught in a charity scandal, and Bob Dylan is honored by the president.
A charity run by Mary J. Blige has come under fire. TD Bank is accusing the foundation, which was established to support women, of failing to make payments on a $250,000 loan.
Musicians who performed at a benefit for the charity are also suing, claiming they weren't paid. The foundation is also under scrutiny for failing to file its 2010 federal tax return.
In a statement, Blige says the charity is working quickly to get back on track, and make good on its obligations. She says the wrong people were put in charge, but she is ultimately responsible.
Rock legend Bob Dylan was among an eclectic group selected this year to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
President Obama said there's no bigger giant in the history of music. He says, "He's still chasing that sound, he's still searching for a little bit of truth, and I have to say that I am a really big fan."
The Medal of Freedom is the nation's highest civilian honor. Other recipients included former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, novelist Toni Morrison and astronaut John Glenn.