DAMIAN GRASS – Entertainment Reporter for CelebrityTreat.com
Lindsay Lohan accused of starting fight inside L.A. nightclub
LOS ANGELES (CT) _ Just when Lindsay Lohan thought she was done with all the drama, she has been sucked back in again.
TMZ has reported that the 25-year-old actress, who completed her probation less than two weeks ago, is being accused of getting into an altercation with a woman in a nightclub.
The unnamed woman filed an incident report with the West Hollywood officials after she said she got into a fight with Lohan at a nightclub Thursday night.
According to a source, the “Mean Girls” star was not too happy when she found the woman talking to a male friend of the star.
Law officials told TMZ they will investigate the woman’s claim, but Lohan’s spokesman, Steve Honig, said the actress had nothing to do with the fight.
“Lindsay was absolutely not involved in any sort of altercation whatsoever,” Honig said to TMZ. “This is clearly another case of someone looking for money and 15 minutes of fame.”
Journalists react to the passing of Mike Wallace: “A true original”
NEW YORK CITY (CT) _ Journalists are paying tribute to CBS vetern journalist Mike Wallace passed away Saturday at the age of 93.
Morley Safer, Ann Curry, Anderson Cooper and Piers Morgan are just a few who took to Twitter this past weekend to express their admiration for the iconic newsperson who was best known for asking the tough questions for more than 60 years.
Wallace passed away peacefully Saturday night at Waveny Care Center in New Canaan, Conn., where he was surrounded by family members, reported The Hollywood Reporter.
Safer, a CBS News correspondent, posted a tribute on CBSNews.com, where he talked about the some of Wallace’s most memorable interviews.
“He asked the Ayatollah Khoumeini if he were crazy,” Safer said. “He traveled with Martin Luther King (whom Wallace called his hero). He grappled with Louis Farrakhan. And he interviewed Malcolm X shortly before his assassination.
“He was no stranger to the White House, interviewing his friends the Reagans . . . John F. Kennedy . . . Lyndon Johnson . . . Jimmy Carter. Even Eleanor Roosevelt.”
ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer released a statement about her former “60 Minutes” colleague, writing: “Mike’s energy and nerve paced everyone at Sixty Minutes. His was the defining spirit of the show. He bounded through the halls with joy at the prospect of the new, the true, the unexpected.”
“Just heard of the death of Mike Wallace. A true original. What an amazing career and remarkable man,” Anderson Cooper tweeted, while “Today” co-anchor Ann Curry also tweeted: “Tough questions are being asked in Heaven today. RIP Mike Wallace.”
CNN host Piers Morgan tweeted: “RIP #MikeWallace – one of the greatest newsmen in TV history. Magnificent journalist.”
“20/20″ co-anchor Chris Cuomo noted the news came on Easter Sunday, tweeting: “On a day of re-birth…sad news. Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes fame has passed. Hopefully his legacy of asking tough questions lives on.”
CBS announced that it will air a special program dedicated to Wallace on Sunday, April 15.
Liam Hemsworth says he hated working odd jobs
LOS ANGELES (CT) _ It’s a good thing Liam Hemsworth landed a big role in the blockbuster hit “The Hunger Games,” because the Australian-born actor says wasn’t good with odd jobs back home.
The 22-year-old has admitted that he hated getting up early to work for his brother, Luke, as a carpet layer before making it big on the big screen.
”I’ve done a billion different jobs. I worked for Luke laying carpets for six months, but I’m not a good worker, though. I don’t like early mornings,” Hemsworth explained. I’d get up and be grumpy, while he’s more of a wake-up-at-the-crack-of-dawn kind of guy and he’s buzzing at 6am. I’m more like, ‘Don’t even talk to me!”’
Hemsworth took up other jobs on Phillip Island, Australia, where he grew up, from working at a bowling alley to baking bread.
”I’ve done laboring jobs, digging holes, I’ve worked in a bowling alley. I’ve been a baker,” he said. “I’ve been a park ranger for animals. I did almost every job you could do on Phillip Island!”
Hemsworth’s brother, Chris, stars in “Thor,” and Luke stars in a television show in Australia.
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