Fresh from rehab, Lindsay Lohan is embroiled in yet another controversy, this time surrounding a stolen necklace.
Miss Lohan claims she was given permission by the owner of Kamofie & Company to take the necklace on loan. Surveillance video has no audio, so it is can neither disprove nor support Lohan's claim, but the business owner reportedly claims she saw the necklace on Lohan in paparazzi photos, and did not "loan" the item.
Less than a month after troubled star Lindsay Lohan sashayed out of rehab and into her new Venice digs, the wayward actress is a suspect in the theft of a $2,500 necklace from a Venice boutique.
The necklace was turned over to police by one of Lindsay's associates, and now cops have requested a search warrant for Lohan's home. Investigators say they have video of the star wearing the expensive bling.
Actress Jaime Pressly has been charged with driving under the influence, following her January 6 arrest.
The "My Name is Earl" star had a blood alcohol content of .08, People.com reports. Pressly is also facing two other misdemeanor charges. The arraignment is scheduled for February 7.
"Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi finds herself fighting for custody of her 11-month-old daughter, Krishna.
Lakshmi's baby daddy, Adam Dell, filed papers in New York on Tuesday, seeking sole custody of the child, TMZ reports.
Dell -- whose brother, Michael, founded the computer company -- has long been unhappy with the custody arrangements he made with Lakshmi when Krishna was born last February, which reportedly allows him seven hours a week with his daughter.
The murder of Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen has been solved, according to Beverly Hills Police Chief David Snowden.
Snowden told the Hollywood Reporter that the final ballistics report confirmed Harold Martin Smith, an unemployed felon who killed himself Dec. 1 before police could question him, acted alone in shooting Chasen in her car Nov. 16. The gun used in Smith's suicide and Chasen's murder is the same weapon.
"That man is the man that shot her, there is no conspiracy, nothing else was involved," Snowden explained. "I know a lot of people don't like to see it end like that -- they'd rather have something more dramatic, but that's just the way it is. The facts are the facts."
"Extra" caught up with Rep. Mary Bono Mack at the 2011 Palm Springs Int'l Film Festival, where the congresswoman brushed off a recent tabloid report about sexually suggestive photos taken of her.
"It's just such nonsense and baloney," Bono said. "It's not even worth talking about after what's happened," referring the tragic shooting in Arizona which injured her good friend, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
RadarOnline.com obtained the pictures (from an unknown date), which allegedly show Bono and former billionaire Edra Blixseth, one of Bono's campaign contributors, partying at Blixseth's $75-million Porcupine Creek estate in Rancho Mirage, California.
Actress Jaime Pressly was pulled over Wednesday night on suspicion of driving under the influence, TMZ reports.
The "My Name Is Earl" star was driving in Santa Monica around 11:00 PM when she was stopped after allegedly committing a traffic violation. Cops performed a sobriety test and arrested her. No drugs were found in her car.
Singer Britney Spears didn't mince her words when she took to her Twitter account Thursday, speaking to the allegation that her boyfriend, Jason Trawick, physically abused her.
She tweeted "Star Magazine, Radar Online, Jason Alexander and the rest of you liars... Ya'll can kiss my lily white southern Louisiana ass!"
On her Twitter account, Spears also announced she has a new album coming out in March and that she is "off on a romantic weekend with Jason for my birthday. xoxo Brit."