Celebrity news that makes you happy you're NOT a celebrity!
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Justin Bieber may soon be off the hook for egging his Los Angeles neighbor. TMZ reports the 20-year-old will be charged in the January incident, but he’ll likely receive a deal. Sources say the L.A. County District Attorney’s office has requested a meeting with Bieber’s lawyer, where they plan to discuss Justin making restitution for the damage to the neighbor’s home. If they agree, Justin will likely have to pay $20K for the damage and plead no contest to misdemeanor vandalism. He’ll serve no jail time and be placed on informal probation.
Charlie Sheen is really mad at Denise Richards and punishing her with his checkbook. TMZ reports Charlie has cut off his child support payments to Denise, which total $55K a month for his two daughters. Charlie thinks Denise hasn’t been letting him see daughters Sam and Lola, so he sent her only half the money in January, and still hasn’t paid her for February and March. To make matters worse, Charlie has told Denise he’s selling the home he bought for her and the girls back in 2011. Sources say Denise isn’t trying to keep Charlie from the girls, but she just can’t drop everything when he decides he wants to see them. But Charlie’s financial punishment may not last long. The $55K-a-month is court-ordered, so Denise is planning to go back to court to force Charlie to hand over a check. Even more of
Lindsay Lohan’s male conquests have been made public. Last week, In Touch published what they claimed was Lindsay’s handwritten list of the men she slept with, although some of the names were blurred out. Well, now the mag has released those blurred out names, and they include Orlando Bloom, Ashton Kutcher, Ryan Phillippe and Benicio Del Toro. The first reveal included Zac Efron, Justin Timberlake, Joaquin Phoenix and Adam Levine.
Russell Crowe met the Pope, although it wasn’t quite the meeting he had hoped for. The actor had been using Twitter to lobby for a private meeting with Pope Francis, but had to settle for a brief encounter with the pontiff following his weekly address in St. Peter’s Square. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Noah star was joined by director Darren Aronofsky and Paramount Pictures vice chairman Rob Moore for the encounter. Noah opens March 28th.