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'Jersey Shore's Deena Cortese has been arrested.
The reality TV star was arrested yesterday in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, where the MTV programme is filmed, on a disorderly conduct charge after an officer spotted her looking "a little intoxicated".
Police Chief Tommy Boyd told nbcnewyork.com that one of his officers took the star to the police station after seeing her walking in the middle of a street, slapping cars that were driving by.
He added: "Nothing major, but we can't put up with it.
"We don't treat the cast differently than anyone else."
An eyewitness livetweeted the incident and also claimed she spotted on/off couple Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Sammi 'Sweetheart' Giancola getting into a fight.
She wrote: "Currently watching deena from the jersey shore getting arrested.
"Deena was dancing wasteddd in the middle if the street and was arrested right in front of my car hahaha (sic)."
Deena was later released on a summons and was seen being escorted from the police station by her parents.
Her pals including Ronnie, Jennifer JWoww Farley and Nicole Snooki Polizzi also visited her at the police station and were seen laughing as they emerged.
MTV's camera crew filmed the incident and it is likely to be shown when the new series airs.
Lindsay Lohan has been taken to hospital after a car crash in Los Angeles.
The troubled actress - who is currently shooting her movie return as the late Elizabeth Taylor in 'Liz & Dick' - was driving her black Porsche on the Pacific Coast Highway when it hit a large vehicle.
According to TMZ.com, the rear bumper was taken off the car and the passenger window was smashed.
An ambulance was called to the scene but Lindsay did not appear to use it and made her own way to an unknown hospital in Los Angeles.
Her exact condition is not yet known, and doctors are believed to be carrying out tests.
Lindsay has been trying to get her life back on track after a series of personal problems and legal wrangles in recent years, but recently pulled out of negotiations to star in a biopic about mobster John Gotti, with publicist Steve Honig confirming no agreement could be made.
He said: "I can confirm that Lindsay has not signed on to be a part of the John Gotti movie, nor is she in talks to join the cast.
"It does not look like an agreement can be made. Lindsay's representatives and film producers were unable to come to an agreement. Lindsay has the utmost respect for Barry Levinson [the director of the movie] and the producers and hopes to work with them in the future and wishes them all the best."
Brooke Mueller has returned to rehab after relapsing.
The former wife of Charlie Sheen - who is currently on probation after being arrested for cocaine possession in December - checked herself into an undisclosed in-patient treatment facility a few weeks ago on the actor's advice, according to gossip website TMZ.
Brooke - who has struggled with substance abuse issues in the past - reportedly appeared "out of it" when she paid a recent visit to her ex-husband, with whom she has three-year-old twin sons Bob and Max so Charlie urged her to get help.
A source close to Brooke told Celebuzz, she "partied for four days straight ... and ultimately fell off the wagon".
The insider added: "Brooke's family is hoping that she finally understands the consequences of her actions. That is, she risks losing all of her rights to the children if she doesn't get clean - once and for all."
Brooke,34, is said to have missed Mother's Day with twins, Bob and Max, on May 13 while partying and her mother Moira Fiore was looking after the kids.
However, Brooke's representative Steve Honig claims her recent hospitalization was planned.
He said: "As part of her ongoing treatment and as planned, she voluntarily checked herself into a rehab facility several weeks ago."
John Travolta is reportedly in talks to agree a settlement with one of the men who accused him of sexual battery.
The 'Hairspray' actor has been the subject of accusations from a number of male masseurs, with two filing lawsuits against him, and though the proceedings were later dropped, his legal representatives are said to be working on a financial agreement with one of the men.
A source told RadarOnline.com: "John Travolta's lawyer is currently in settlement talks with one of the accusers. The goal is to have a settlement reached very quietly and quickly because John just wants this scandal to go away.
"No money has been paid yet, but it's almost a done deal. It will be an out of court settlement and John Travolta's name won't even be in the agreement to ensure complete confidentiality, along with a clause that states if the man ever goes public with his story, he will be sued for at least twice the amount of the settlement."
The accuser currently in negotiations with John's team claim he was groped by the actor within the last two years, which is within the limitations of being able to file a civil lawsuit, which he is prepared to do if a settlement isn't reached.
The source added: "If the accuser who is in talks with John's lawyer right now is unable to reach a settlement, he is absolutely prepared to file a lawsuit against him.
"The man isn't intimidated by John's celebrity status and just wants the actor to be held accountable for his actions."
John - who has children Ella Bleu, 12, and 18-month-old Benjamin with wife Kelly Preston - has vehemently denied the allegations against him.
No Doubt have gained the right for their lawsuit filed against a video game maker to go to trial.
The group fronted by Gwen Stefani, 42, was happy to hear that their complaint against Activision for allegedly exceeding group members' contractual likenesses in Band Hero is going to court.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ramona See denied the Santa Monica, California-based company's petition to throw out the case which means the sides should appear in front of jury later this year.
No Doubt sued the game maker in 2009, accusing them of allowing players to manipulate the quartet's individual avatars in ways they would never have acted in real life.
They claimed it violated their publicity rights and turned them into a "virtual karaoke circus act."
The original complaint stated that such manipulations include "unlocking" mechanisms that gave gamers the ability to have Gwen's computer generated image sing in a male voice and also allowed her male bandmates to sing in female voices.
The artists' attorney told E! News: "Now that the judge removed the last procedural hurdle Activision erected, No Doubt looks forward to a Los Angeles jury hearing how Activision treated the band.
An Activision representative said the ruling wasn't entirely unexpected noting that "it simply means that there are disputed facts and we look forward to trying the case in the courtroom."