Actress Lindsay Lohan is "upset" after her long day in court Friday, which ended with a 120 days jail sentence for a probation violation in her jewelry theft case.
"She is fine," producer Nathan Folks, who is a close friend of Lohan, told People.com. "Obviously, she is upset about [being sentenced to four months in jail]."
UPDATE 4:45 PT: Lindsay has been sentenced to 120 days in jail for a probation violation, and 480 hours of community service; 360 of it to be performed at a downtown women's shelter, and the other 120 at the morgue! Judge Sautner said Lindsay should have notified the jewelry store sooner -- she had waited weeks to return it and only did so when she reportedly found out that police were going to search her home. Lindsay's attorney said she will appeal.
Lohan was taken into custody and was released on bail later Friday night.
After a failed attempt to postpone her court appearance on Good Friday -- according to RadarOnline, Lindsay Lohan arrived to court for the 10:00 AM preliminary hearing to determine if there's enough evidence to put her on trial for felony theft in the matter of the necklace she allegedly stole from Kamofie and Co. in Venice.
Sofia Kaman, the owner of the boutique, took the stand today and claimed Lohan's friend, Patrick, distracted her while Lindsay tried on the necklace, reports TMZ. She testified that after putting the necklace on, the starlet allegedly covered it with the necklace she was already wearing, before exiting the store.
In his first exclusive interview, Mel Gibson talks to veteran Hollywood journalist Allison Hope Weiner at his Santa Monica Icon Production Company on Monday to discuss the drama surrounding his troubled personal life.
The actor has had his share of set backs, beginning with his 2006 DUI arrest and drunken anti-Semitic rant, the 2010 allegations of abuse against ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva, and those rage-fueled tapes, recorded by Grigorieva.
Mel candidly opens up in his interview with Weiner - who writes, "there were no pre-set conditions, no topic off limits, and no ground rules. This is just Mel being Mel."
Here are some highlights from the interview. The full interview is posted on Deadline.com.
Despite spending the weekend in trouble with the law, Nicolas Cage showed up for work Monday on his action film "Medallion," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
In the film, the actor plays a father -- and former master thief -- who has only a few hours to find his daughter when she is kidnapped and locked in the trunk of a New York taxi cab.
Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman posted bond for Nicolas Cage after his arrest in New Orleans over the weekend, according to E! News.
Dog, who stars in his own reality show on A&E, reportedly posted $11,000 for Cage, who was taken into custody for public intoxication, disturbing the peace and domestic violence battery against his wife, Alice.
Mel Gibson turned himself in Wednesday to the El Segundo Police Department Wednesday to have his mug shot and fingerprints taken as part of his misdemeanor battery conviction.
Gibson's bail was set at $20,000 and after posting the required 10-percent, the actor was released. Mel's booking report listed him as 5-feet-ten, 190 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes and age 55.
It appears that actor Mel Gibson is set to plead no contest to simple battery this Friday, a less serious offense than corporal injury on a spouse. By pleading no contest, Gibson will avoid the more serious charges in the domestic violence case stemming from an ugly fight with Oksana Grigorieva in January 2010, reports TMZ.
The plea deal would also mean that Mel would avoid serving jail time. The deal reportedly involves counseling, which Oksana had previously expressed was necessary.