Saturday, April 9, 2011

weekly antics

the latest celeb antics from;

Lohan, Rehab Worker Heard Yelling on 911 Call
According to a recording of a 9-1-1 call from the Betty Ford Center, Lindsay Lohan hit a center employee with a telephone as the worker tried to call police after a confrontation with the actress. The incident occurred with the employee tried to give Lohan a breathalyzer test.

Ford Motor Heiress Arrested for DUI
Henry Ford II's granddaughter Elena Ford has been arrested on suspicion of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and child endangerment, because she had her 11-year-old son in the car. Ford is currently the company's director of global marketing. She failed a field sobriety test.

Vince Neil Charged in Fight With Ex-Girlfriend
Motley Crew singer Vince Neil, recently released after serving a short jail term for a DUI conviction, has been charged with battery and disorderly conduct for allegedly jabbing his ex-girlfriend with his finger at a Las Vegas theater. His attorney said the rocker will fight the charges.

Susan LeFevre to Write Book About Prison Escape
A woman who escaped prison in 1976 after a heroin conviction and moved to California, changed her name and became a soccer mom, is planning to write a book about her experiences. Susan LeFevre, who was living as Marie Walsh, when she was captured in 2008, as written "A Tale of Two Lives."

Former Gator Arrested for Possession of Viagra
Former Florida football player Louis Murphy was charged with possession of a drug without a valid prescription by Gainesville police. The charges were filed after police searched 23-year-old Murphy's vehicle and found 11 pills - of Viagra.

Teen Found at Meth Lab Bites Officer
When police went to a Daytona Beach home searching for a missing teenager, the house turned out to be a meth lab and the teen turned out to be a biter. Police said the 16-year-old girl bit one of the officers as they tried to restrain and search her after finding drugs in the house.

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Lindsay Lohan Won't Be Charged for Rehab Scuffle
There is finally some good news for actress Lindsay Lohan. Riverside County prosecutors have decided not to pursue misdemeanor battery charges stemming from a scuffle that she got into with an employee of the Betty Ford Center. The employee said Lohan had gotten physical with her when she tried to administer an alcohol test.
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