LiLo Lohan pleaded no contest (the prize was another “get out of jail free” card) Monday to reckless driving and lying to police who were investigating the accident involving the actress in June along the Pacific Coast Highway. A charge of obstructing an officer was dropped.
Lindsay Lohan‘s attorney Mark Heller is in the cross-hairs of a possible witness tampering investigation after allegations surfaced that he tried to manipulate Lindsay’s former assistant into lying on the stand, TMZ reports.
The former actress was also “glitter bombed.”
Last year, Amy Adams starred alongside Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master, in which she plays the troubled wife of Lancaster Dodd, a man loosely based on Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. Senior West Coast editor of Vanity Fair, Krista Smith caught up with Adams for a discussion about her professional insecurities, filming that intense masturbation scene with Hoffman, and her future roles as Janis Joplin and Lois Lane.
I occasionally receive calls from bland-sounding telescameters telling me I’ve won trips, money, shopping sprees, bricks of gold, you name it. Funny thing is, they never seem that excited to tell you the “fantastic news,” and you usually have to go to some half-baked “seminar” or call another number to claim your “prize.”
As we’ve reported in the past, fraud is everywhere. From huge corporations who bilk the elderly to panhandlers with elaborate sob stories. Some swindlers wear suits and run ads on TV for $15,000 bathtubs or work their grifting on Wall Street. And some just troll the streets with a tin can and a dream. The only difference is their wardrobe.