Lindsay, Audrina Robbed By Same People? Aniston "Feuding" With Tina Fey

  • Police are investigating whether the people who robbed Lindsay Lohan are the same people who broke into Audrina Patridge's home in February. Male robbers in both cases looks similar and in both incidents the burglars walked in through unlocked doors.
  • The LAPD has released photos and video of two women and a man breaking into Lindsay Lohan's house on Sunday morning. A source says Lindsay was shown a picture of the man and she said he looks familiar. [TMZ, TMZ]
  • A 24-year-old Prince Michael Malachi Jet Jackson is claiming that he's Michael Jackson's love child and requesting a DNA test. He submitted a birth certificate along with a creditor's claim which says he is the child of "Michael Joseph Jackson" of Indiana and Zerline LaVette Dixon. [TMZ]
  • A family associate says, ''There's a lot of finger pointing,'' among the Jackson family. ''Everyone from Jermaine to Joe to Katherine Jackson herself are blaming all kinds of people — including each other — for not stepping in earlier, when it was obvious Michael was being overmedicated even more than usual.'' Also, La Toya, Janet, and Randy Jackson are mad at Jermaine and Joe for making various endorsement deals and planning MJ tributes. [Chicago Sun-Times]
  • Here's another "Jennifer Aniston is a jealous monster" story: Supposedly she and Tina Fey are "catfighting" because they were nominated in the same category for appearing on 30 Rock. Tina doesn't really care, but a source says, "Jen was so excited to be nominated, she's been talking about it for months, but she's really disappointed to be going up against Tina. She realizes it's going to be near to impossible to win now. Jen doesn't deal with competition well, she likes to be the top dog. She's not happy that Tina is likely to out shine her on the night. Jen and Tina used to be really good friends, they used to talk at least every week, but now they hardly talk at all." [Radar Online]
  • The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation says police sources have identified the woman who checked Ryan Jenkins into the hotel where he killed himself as his half-sister, Alena Jenkins. [CBS News]
  • Ryan Jenkins attacked Jasmine Fiore for "destroying" his son. He said, "He went to Hollywood and something down there in the last 4 months, including this girl, just destroyed him... I'm not at all convinced that he did this crime yet. He was terrified and alone." [Extra TV]
  • Gerard Butler is fighting with an elderly Queens couple because he says their greyhound bit his little pug Lolita on the neck while he was walking her. The couple claims the dogs just touched noses then Butler said, "'You know what? You know what? This dog should be put down!' And he smacked the dog in the head. The dog's head went into the fence. I was shaking. The dog yelped. I said, 'Keep your hands off my dog! Why did you hit my dog?' He didn't say a word." [N.Y. Post]
  • Sources say the greyhound was actually on a leash, but Gerard Butler's dog wasn't. After the greyhound bit the pug, Butler put his dog on a leash and started walking away but when the owner of the greyhound started following him and when the dog tried to bite again Butler pushed the dog's snout away from his dog. A "source" said, "Bitches always seem to get Gerard in trouble." [TMZ]
  • Jon Gosselin is insisting he never said he wanted off Jon and Kate Plus 8. "A fan asked me, 'Don't you sometimes wish you could go back to a 9-to-5 job?'" said Jon, "[And my reply was,] 'Yeah, because this is 24/7 and 9-to-5ers punch in and punch out and you have no responsibilities.'" [People]
  • Kate Gosselin will guest host in place of Elisabeth Hasselbeck on two episode of The View in September. [E!]
  • Megan Fox will play Catwoman in the next Batman movie and The Sun has helpfully provided a Photoshopped picture of what she may look like in the costume. [The Sun]
  • A studio rep says Megan Fox has not be cast as Catwoman. "It's rumor. It's not true," he said. "There is no script. There is no project to be cast in." [People]
  • Mel Gibson's girlfriend, Oksana Grigorieva, is suing a man who sold pictures of a lingerie photo shoot she did in 2004 without her permission. [Daily Express]
  • As part of his sentence for beating Rihanna, Chris Brown will attend domestic violence counseling at Commonwealth Catholic Charities, a Virginia nonprofit social services organization that that works with people from all faiths. The website of their Batterer's Intervention Program says, "Progress is made only if the abuser is self-accountable for all behaviors, and develops the flexibility to make behavioral changes." [USA Today]
  • FOX has been promoting the new season of House with a guerilla "snakes on a cane" advertising campaign all summer. [Reuters]
  • According to a police report Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler got into a fight yesterday when he went to her Rhode Island home to drop off their two kids and saw the car of convicted child molester outside. Travis told the police he didn't "want to leave the kids in the residence with a pedophile and wanted a certified nanny with the kids," but when the cops searched the home the man wasn't there. [TMZ]
  • Shanna Moakler defended herself on her MySpace blog writing, "let me make something else very clear and the fact I AGAIN have to do this, is vile. I have a ZERO tolerance for pedophiles and if you touch a child in my eyes, you should be sterilized. you're rights taken away. I think it is not only ABSURD to suggest I would ever allow my child remotely near such a thing. this accusation is false and cruel and publicly damaging. not to mention I also have blogged and wrote my senators to help pass the child protection ACT." [Perez Hilton]
  • Kirsten Dunst, 27, is a "puma in training." "Kirsten met a cute, young, 22 year-old guy at a bar in Oxford, Mississippi and they partied together and had a hot little hookup," says an eyewitness. "She invited him back to her hotel and even took him out for breakfast in the morning. She was having a good time, and she likes younger guys. But the two have no plans to see each other again." [FOX News]
  • A year and a half after going to rehab, Kirsten Dunst was seen stumbling drunk at a bar in L.A. [Radar Online]
  • Parker Posey has puled out of an upcoming production of This "due to developing a case of Lyme disease." [N.Y. Times]
  • Redmond O'Neal, son of Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal has signed a deal "brokered" by his dad to star in a reality show about his struggle with addiction. It will start filming at the end of the year when he should be out of prison. A family insider says, "Redmond wants to do this to honor his mother. He really wants to get better to honor her memory." [Perez Hilton]
  • Linda Hogan is suing Hulk Hogan for her Harley Davidson motorcycle and the $224,000 promised in a settlement. She wants him to pay her attorney and transportation fees and has requested that he be incarcerated if he doesn't comply. [Fox News]
  • At the link is the mug shot of Patrick Stump, lead singer of Fall Out Boy, who was arrested on Tuesday because there was a traffic warrant out for his arrest because he had been driving without a license. [Perez Hilton]
  • Eddie Cibrian and Brandi Glanville have filed divorce papers. He cites "irreconcilable differences" and wants shared custody of their two young sons. He also requested spousal support from his wife, but his lawyer says it's a clerical error. [People]
  • In an interview this morning on Good Morning America Liam Neeson said he's "taking each day as it comes" after losing his wife Natasha Richardson. He added, "I'm still getting extraordinary condolence letters from American people and that's deeply touching." [E!]
  • Rod Stewart's son Sean, who appeared on Celebrity Rehab was seen drinking at a party after several attempts at sobriety. A source says, "He is drinking again and has lost everyone's trust. He's been dropped by his publicist and manager." [Daily Express]
  • Kerry Katona was accused of assaulting a man in Cheshire at 4 a.m. 24 hours after being issued a police caution for possessing cocaine. [The Sun]
  • Jason Schwartzman says of Wes Anderson's animated film The Fantastic Mr. Fox, "I've seen the whole thing. One thing that's interesting is it's not like Wes changed his approach to making a movie to cater to the technique of stop-motion animation - he just made his version of a stop-motion animated movie. He brought the genre to him, instead of going to it." [MTV]
  • Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Stiller, and Christina Applegate will appear in a new Sesame Street production called Shalom Sesame, a 12-part series geared at teaching Jewish-American children about Jewish culture. [USA Today]
  • Kylie Minogue will perform at the Abba tribute concert Thank You For The Music in London on September 13. [The Mirror]
  • Here's the first picture of Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig from their Broadway play A Steady Rain. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • A lawyer for Survivor winner Richard Hatch says she'll go to court if he is not released from a Massachusetts jail. He had been serving out the rest of his time for tax evasion on home confinement, but was jailed last week after granting two TV interviews to NBC. [Associated Press]
  • Jerry Hall is insisting that her autobiography has just been postponed, not scrapped as reports previously suggested. [Daily Express]
  • Sir Paul McCartney says the worst thing that has happened to him as a result of the "Paul is dead" conspiracy theory is, "I could see people sort of looking at me more closely - 'were his ears always like that?'" [Telegraph]
  • Blake Lively says if she could have anybody guest star on Gossip Girl it would be Kate Moss. "She actually was supposed to come on last year, but it ended up not working out. I love Kate Moss," she said. [N.Y. Magazine]
  • When asked if he and wife Rebecca Romijn would be having any more children after their twin girls, Jerry O'Connell said, "Factory closed. It's over. Now we're just adopting dogs." [E!]
  • Kristen Stewart said New Moon "is the one book in the series that I was intimidated by - in a good way. That's the best feeling to start a movie with. But probably, my favorite line in the book is when I have to say to [Jacob], "It's him; it's always been him!" Like, I have to say that. Yeah, it killed me, it killed me. Just like everything in our movie, it's such a heightened version of reality. It's like, people don't just break up [in the Twilight films] - they break up and it literally kills you... It's not like you just say, 'Oh, I'm really depressed and crying.' Everything is supposed to be a fantasy version of that. So I always had a really hard time figuring out, 'Am I doing enough? Do I look like I'm going to die?'" [ Us]
  • "My wife and I really, really like each other as well as love each other," says Eric Bana, "We definitely laugh together every day. And I don't mean chuckle – I can make her really laugh... A girl's got to be fun. It's the one bit of advice I always give to friends of mine who are thinking of getting married." [People]
  • Tori Amos says of Lady Gaga, "She's what I call a meteor - singers who entertain people for a while. Hey, there's nothing wrong with that. But then there are people like Neil Young who show up at Glastonbury 40 years into their career. And that's a very different kind of artist. Neil Young doesn't have to get his bum out on stage! The question is, will Lady GaGa be playing alongside Neil Young at Glastonbury in 20 years time? She wants to entertain people. Right now, half the world is depressed and they need to be entertained. So her timing's perfect." [The Sun]
  • When Renee Zellweger was asked if she has a hard time getting people to take her seriously because of her looks she said, "Not in such an overt way. I'm not an actress who made her way based on physicality — I think quite the opposite, in fact. I sort of disappear a little bit, with respect to my looks. I'm lucky. I'm not a standout, kind of knockout kind of girl that, you know, it's all about my great hair or something." [CNN]