Lindsay Lohan has a message for the paparazzi... "come near me and I'll run over you!"
An unfortunate shutterbug tangled with one "Mean Girl" as Lindsay hit the aggressive photographer in New York.
Lohan, 20, told police that she was driving with friends when they pulled into a hotel valet parking lane to dodge the photographers, the New York Post reported. She continued her story by claiming that one camera wielding paparazzo, identified as Giovanni Arnold, jumped on the hood of her vehicle, according to police reports.
Celebrity fashion guru Anand Jon, was arrested and taken into custody after police say he raped two people.
The felony complaint stated that Jon allegedly committed a series of horrific acts on four separate victims between October of 2004 and March 5, 2007. Besides two counts of forcible rape, Jon is also up against charges of "sexual battery by restraint, attempted forcible oral copulation and two counts of committing a lewd act upon a child."
In the case that just keeps on going, a judge said yesterday that Anna Nicole Smith's boyfriend at the time of her death might be forced to give DNA for a test to determine the father of her 6-month-old daughter, according to lawyers at the hearing.
The O.J. Simpson book debacle has undergone some new developments. At first, there was outrage over the book that O.J. wrote regarding his wife and Ron Goldman’s murders. Now if it comes out, you can buy it without giving the NFL star a dime.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Gerald Rosenberg announced on Tuesday the decision to keep O.J. Simpson from collecting funds for a canceled book deal and TV interview, also ordering the book rights to be auctioned.
If you were alive in the mid-1980s, you will most likely remember Cyndi Lauper's classic "True Colors". For some it is just a love song, while others have attached more significance to the ballad.
"A lot of people were saying that when it came out (in 1986) they were teenagers and they were coming out," says Lauper, 53, a longtime supporter of gay rights. "They were disowned by their family and their friends and their jobs got all messed up and they were totally alone, and suicidal, and then they heard `True Colors' and it made them feel hopeful."
The show "American Idol" and former Season 4 finalist Mario Vazquez are being sued by an ex-employee named Magdaleno Olmos. The former assistant production accountant brazenly alleges that he was fired for complaining of sexual harassment, stemming from a sexually charged bathroom incident.
Looking back, Vazquez left the show two seasons ago for personal reasons, telling Access Hollywood at the time, “It has nothing to do with my family, nothing with me being sick, nothing like that. Basically there will be lots of hearsay on certain things,” he added.
Sylvester Stallone faces legal ramifications after bringing a restricted substance into Australia. The famous movie star has been charged with one count of importing a banned substance.
Stallone and staff were detained at Sydney airport for a number of hours on Feb. 16, after entering the country on business. Customs officials were quick to go through his bags, confiscating certain possessions, and later had a detail search his hotel room. Apparently, an “x-ray of his bag led to the unveiling of 48 vials of Jintropin, a human growth hormone.”
The notorious Trevor Smith (aka Busta Rhymes) found himself without work this month, when he was banned from a film set in New York City.
Although the rapper has had other legal problems this past year, including a physical altercation over payment with his old driver, none have raised as many eyebrows as this latest unusual development unfolds.
Rapper Snoop Dogg was recently arrested in Stockholm, Sweden on suspicion on minor drug offenses. The arrest occurred after a performance at the Globen Arena.
Snoop was in Stockholm on the Pass The Puff European Tour, which is being co-headlined by Sean "Diddy" Combs.
According the AllHipHop.com reports, Snoop Dogg had finished his performance and was due to appear at an after party at the Scandic Anglais hotel in Stockholm, when police stopped his vehicle on the Centralbron bridge.