Johnny Depp Has No Love For The Land Down Under:
The couple got into trouble in April when they ignored Australia's quarantine laws and brought their two dogs into the country. The Agriculture Minister threatened to have them euthanized if they weren't taken out of the country, so Depp left with them. If the case goes to court and Depp is found guilty, he could face up to 10 years in prison or ordered to pay a fine of up to $265,000.
Amber was speaking with Australia's Sunrise show yesterday to promote Magic Mike XXL and was asked about the ordeal. She said, "I have a feeling we're going to avoid the land Down Under from now on, just as much as we can, thanks to certain politicians there. I don't know, I guess everyone tries to go for their 15 minutes, including some government officials." Her comments didn't sit well with the show's hosts. After the interview, Samantha Armytage said, "That's a bit disappointing. She should be more respectful of our quarantine laws." Her co-host David Koch added, "Hollywood types. They think they're a bit above the law."
Taryn Manning's stalker/friend is at it again...
32-year-old Jeanine Heller had previously taken a plea deal for harassing Manning and was told to refrain from having any contact with her. But in a New York courtroom yesterday, prosecutors told a judge that Heller hasn't stopped and has been sending Manning emails and texts. The judge told her that she is not allowed to have any contact with a computer or any other device with Internet access. She's also not allowed to visit someone's home which has a computer or let someone else use the Internet on her behalf. Any further violations would result in jail time.
Charlie Sheen named in lawsuit with ex-wife...
Just a couple of days after he went on a vicious Father's Day tirade about Richards, whom he called the "worst mom alive" and an "evil terrorist sack of landfill rash," Sheen has been named with Richards as defendants in a lawsuit filed by their kids' tutoring service.
The company, called A-List Tutoring Services, has been working with their two daughters on all of their school work, but that's about to end because they claim Charlie and Denise haven't been paid their bill. According to the lawsuit, Denis hired the tutors but Charlie is also named because he's a parent too. They owe a whopping $11,000, and that's just for four weeks of service. This isn't going to help their bitter relationship.
Diddy arrested for attacking sons coach with kettlebell
Combs, 45, was freed from Los Angeles County jail after posting bail, several hours after his afternoon arrest, jail records showed.
He was arrested at UCLA's Acosta Athletic Training Complex on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon -- a felony charge -- shortly after 12:30 p.m. local time, according to a statement from campus police.
UCLA campus police updated the charges late Monday night, adding two more counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making terrorist threats and one count of battery.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department initially listed his bail as $160,000 on its website -- although two officials inside the sheriff's department later said the amount was $50,000 -- and Combs was released at 9:50 p.m. after bail was posted. The reason for the discrepancy was not clear.
He is scheduled to appear in court July 13 at 8:30 a.m.
No one was seriously injured, and campus police are investigating. Officials did not identify the victim of the alleged assault or say what led to it, but said the incident was captured on video cameras inside the office of UCLA strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi.
Fox Sports reported the alleged victim was Alosi, the former New York Jets staffer known for tripping a Miami Dolphins player near the Jets' sideline in a December 2010 game. Alosi was suspended indefinitely for the incident and resigned soon after.