In today's news, it has been revealed that The Game was arrested in Los Angeles on Friday over suspicion of making criminal threats.
Although precise details of the allegations are unknown, a spokeswoman for the LAPD revealed that the rapper's detainment was related to an incident that happened in February, according to the Associated Press. Police conducted a three hour search of the hip-hop star's home before leaving the property.
It looks like Lindsay Lohan is making her appearance on the paparazzi most wanted list for all the wrong reasons. Days after joking about rumors she drove over a photographer's foot, Lohan is being sued by the paparazzo in question.
According to Access Hollywood, photographer Giovanni Arnold is claiming he “sustained severe and permanent personal injuries and economic loss,” due to his NYC encounter with the Georgia Rule actress this past March. He also named Momma Lohan as a co-defendant.
Having a stalker can be creepy. And for Sandra Bullock it’s gotten creepy to the point that she’s taking more legal action. The actress petitioned a Huntington Beach court to extend the restraining order against Marcia Diana Valentine, and the court granted her request.
Bullock testified that Marcia Diana Valentine on five separate occasions left woven palm fronds in her yard with "weird signs" and "pieces of animal fur." Bullock informed the court that Valentine tossed the objects over her gate and also left them in the neighbor's planter.
Everyone makes mistakes. It’s what we do to amend our wrongs that tells of our character. For Mel Gibson, it looks like he’s bringing his A-game as he recovers from the hideously embarrassing “incident” of last year.
Gibson, who holds the Summer ’06 bad publicity award, has been on his best rehab behavior in an effort to right the wrongs he committed in his drunk driving/anti-Semitism rant. And the legal system is taking notice.
While her attempts at an appeal or pardon are still hanging in the balance, Paris Hilton received good news yesterday (May 10) - with word that she may spend far less than 45 days in the county lock-up.
Hilton, sentenced last week, "may spend only three weeks or less behind bars because of a state requirement that grants inmates time off for good behavior and because of overcrowding in the system," Los Angeles County sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore told The Associated Press.
Singer/Actress Jennifer Lopez is watching her back as of late. Her fur-wearing ways have continually garnered the attention and criticism of animal rights activists. Now it’s getting even more serious.
Lopez has reportedly received menacing letters from people who are threatening to “slaughter” her. These letters were sent by activists who want "to kill her in public, just like the slaughtered animals whose fur she wears."
Lindsay Lohan's lawyer has jumped to her defense, criticizing the "Georgia Rule" star's apparent “friends.” Lindsay's legal eagle went so far as to allege that her "pals" sold the much-publicized cocaine binge pictures to an English newspaper, “The News Of The World”.
As reported previously by The Gossip Girls, the tabloid published photos of what appeared to be Lindsay snorting cocaine with friends in the bathroom of a Los Angeles nightclub.
Paris Hilton is starting to get desperate. No longer leaving her impending jail term solely in the hands of her legal team, the hotel heiress has started a little grass roots campaign.
The New York Post reports that on her MySpace page, Paris wrote: "My friend Joshua started this petition, please help and sihn it. i LOVE YOU ALL!!!!!" While Paris needs to work on her spelling, the point was made.
Long-time troubled Hollywood actor Tom Sizemore has been arrested after being caught with methamphetamine. The "Black Hawk Down" star, who at one point taped a VH1 mini-series about his battles with drugs, simpy can't crack his meth addiction.
Bakersfield police arrested Sizemore and his friend, actor Jason Salcido, when they were caught in a car with drugs and drug paraphernalia.
After seeing the video of David Hasselhoff acting like a fraternity pledge who just slammed a bottle of vodka, a family court judge on Monday temporarily blocked him from seeing his two daughters. The fact that the video footage was shot by one of his teenage daughters only made matters worse.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas granted an emergency restraining order filed by Hasselhoff's ex-wife, Pamela Bach, who was present in court. Hasselhoff didn't attend the session.