Lindsay Parties Before Deposition; Keanu & Charlize Dating?

  • Those who reported Lindsay Lohan's mom was in L.A. to make sure she showed up for her deposition today clearly don't know Dina Lohan. Mom and daughter partied until 2 a.m., and Lindsay was 22 minutes late to court.
  • Lindsay had a lot riding on the deposition: the judge said if she didn't show, she'd automatically lose the lawsuit brought by people who claim she held them hostage during a drunken 2007 car ride. [TMZ, TMZ]
  • Sources say lawyers have been "giving her a hard time" during the deposition, or as TMZ puts it, Lindsay's being "grilled like a cheeseburger." [TMZ]
  • Also in Lindsay Lohan legal news, her lawyer, a D.A., and a judge had a [not so] secret meeting today to discuss whether or not she violated her probation by missing alcohol education classes. [Radar]
  • David Boreanaz's lawyer and Gloria Allred, who is representing one of his mistresses, are squabbling. Team Angel claims the mistress tried to extort a six figure sum from him, while Allred says they were just negotiating. Allred added, "My client has not told her story to the press, but now that Mr. Boreanaz is attacking her she has decided to tell the story of their relationship, so that the truth will come out." [TMZ]
  • Rachel Uchitel, who you may recall was also Tiger Woods' mistress, is expected to go on camera tomorrow to explain that while she and David Boreanaz's other mistress are both represented by Gloria Allred, she isn't the one demanding money. [TMZ]
  • Radar helpfully points out that David Boreanaz's wife Jaime Bergman can sue his mistress because she lives in Utah, where you can sue for "alienation of affection." [Radar]
  • Sources say David Boreanaz and Jaime Bergman have no plans to divorce, and she was the one who pushed him to go public with the affair. [TMZ]
  • Same news from a more reputable source: David Boreanaz's mother-in-law says, "My daughter's very strong. Jaime told me one day, 'Divorce just isn't an option.' She can get the big picture. They are going to make this work and keep the family together and raise the children. They're a great family. Jamie can see what would happen to the children and the family if they let something like this get a hold of them. They're not going to give in to it." [E!]
  • A rep for Mary J. Blige insists the rumors that she and her husband have split are untrue. [Contact Music]
  • A source claims Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry had been bickering for months before their split and, "Halle called him a loser. She'd rub it in his face that she's an Oscar-winning actress and he's just a model. He couldn't take it anymore." [Us]
  • At the Met Gala last night Oprah said, "I like tequila and I will have a few shots this evening!" A partygoer says she also danced with Diddy and Pharrell. [Us]
  • Vera Farmiga confirmed that she's pregnant with her second child at the Met Gala, saying, "I'm past the first trimester, so I'm not feeling sick anymore." [People]
  • Are Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron dating? They had a romantic dinner last night, then kissed outside the restaurant. Video evidence here: [TMZ]
  • One of Jenna Jameson's sons was rushed to the hospital last night after he started vomiting and losing consciousness. He was treated and released a few hours later. [TMZ]
  • Jenna Jameson says, "It's the standard flu and they hydrated him and they checked all his vitals. He was perfect and it seemed to be that he got everything he needed to get rid of...and he's ok now." [Radar]
  • Gavin Rossdale responded on his Facebook page to Courtney Love's recent claim that they were sleeping together while he was with Gwen Stefani, writing, "Gwen and Gavin Rossdale would like to assure their fans that anything that may have occurred prior to their marriage has no impact on their current situation - all is well with the Rossdale family." [The Star]
  • If you're interested in Scott Stapp's inane comments about his wife's pregnancy, read on: [People]
  • Behold: Beyonce's new video for "Why Don't You Love Me?" [Feministe]
  • David Letterman extortionist Robert Halderman was sentenced to six months in prison today. [TMZ]
  • Bret Michaels' doctor said at a press conference today that Bret's no longer in critical condition and was released from the hospital. [TMZ]
  • Bret Michaels' doctor said, "He's improving. I really expect that he will fortunately make a 100 percent recovery. He's just one of those lucky people – 10 to 20 percent who make a complete recovery and can resume all of their normal activities." [People]
  • The doctor added that Bret Michaels' brain hemorrhage had nothing to do with his diabetes or recent appendectomy and, "Everyone in this room has the same risk of having a subarachnoid hemorrhage." [Access Hollywood]
  • Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland has become the 10th highest-grossing film of all time. [EW]
  • The perks of being Senator Scott Brown's daughter: CBS' Early Show has hired Ayla Brown as a youth correspondent, even though she hasn't graduated from college yet. [EW]
  • William Shatner asked to be paid in stock instead of cash when he started working for Priceline.com a decade ago, and he's made $600 million so far. [Forbes]
  • Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick had dinner with Kris and Bruce Jenner last night, but for some reason, she left with her parents instead of Scott. [E!]
  • Sources say the L.A. County Coroner is about to release a report on Corey Haim that claims he died a natural death. There were trace amounts of several drugs in his system, but he died of heart problems and pneumonia. [TMZ]
  • Jimmy Fallon will host the Emmys this year on August 29. He says, it "has been a dream of mine ever since they told me I was doing it." [AP]
  • "I actually don't read anything, because I feel like the haters really like to hate out loud, [and] that people who love sometimes love quietly. So I don't really listen or look at anything... [But] in general, fuck the cynics. Go be cynical. ... I'm having a good time. Like, who would you rather hang out with: that cynical dude or, like, me with my laser beams?" — Ke$ha [MTV]
  • Q: What's your current weed-smoking habit like? Willie Nelson: "I still smoke, but I've changed my habits a little bit. I smoke with a vaporizer; it's easier on my lungs. I have several of them." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Olivia Newton-John says that, tonight on Glee we'll see, "the dark side of myself... I'm not terribly nice. It's a mixture of mean and diva. I don't believe I have this side but it's amazing how easy it came out!" [People]
  • Katy Perry is on the June cover of Lucky and declares in the mag, "I've gone from Betty Boop to more Bettie Page. It's less cute and more meow." [Just Jared]
  • Ian McKellen says of Lynn Redgrave's death, "She was always so open and a dear girl. I've missed her, I've always tried to see her when we were in the same country... She was a lovely girl and a good friend. But for people who didn't know her she was an actor who did some marvellous performances." [Daily Express]
  • Seth Green and Clare Grant, who married on Saturday at a vineyard in Northern California, released a statement saying, "We can't believe we found each other. We've never been happier!" [People]
  • Chris Brown says he hates when people question his motives for doing charity work. "When it's a question of, ‘Oh, is he doing this to gain fans or get his image back?' it hurts," he said. "When you do something genuinely from your heart, it's not for PR or press. If that was the case, I'd try to get Obama or somebody... It hurts because it's from my heart and I'm from Virginia and want to help my community out. I'm always here, and I always want to help out... Even with the Haiti stuff I'm doing… I wanted to do my own so that some of the proceeds would benefit them." [Access Hollywood]