Lindsay Gets Herself A Jailhouse PharmacistS

  • Lindsay Lohan has already found a pharmacist willing to fill her prescriptions — which include Adderall and Ambien — while she is incarcerated. Michael Lohan, and some mysterious "friends" say it's the prescription drugs that caused all Lindsay's problems. [TMZ]
  • Even though Lindsay has only been behind bars for less than a full day, there is already some prison drama brewing. Lohan is reportedly being housed in a 12-by-8 cell next to E! reality tv star Alexis Neiers, who was part of the celebrity-robbing "Bling Ring." A detective who testified at Neiers' hearing said investigators found a Chanel necklace stolen from Lindsay at the Neiers' family home. [NYDN]
  • Neiers' mom, Andrea Arlington, says prison is "brutal" on girls like Alexis and Lindsay. "Nobody is getting VIP treatment... I feel sorry for the people that are there." She also has a little advice for Lohan's visitors: arrive early. [Radar]
  • And because you're dying to know: Lindsay's first dinner in jail was spaghetti and broccoli. Also, the New York Post has published her height and weight, so there's that. [NYP]
  • A spokesman from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirmed that Lilo won't serve her full 90 days, and will most likely be out by August first due to overcrowding issues. But she won't get to cut down her 90 day mandatory rehab stint, which means filming for the upcoming Linda Lovelace biopic won't begin until late this year. [Daily Mail, AP]
  • Michael Lohan went on Larry King Live last night to talk about his daughter's legal troubles and his notoriously bad parenting. When asked if he ever blames himself, Michael said "Sure I do." [TV Squad]
  • Brooke Mueller, estranged wife of Charlie Sheen, has completed a stress managment program and will head back to L.A. to begin a new, Charlie-free life. [Radar]
  • Singer Chris Isaak could be the next Simon Cowell, reports the Hollywood Reporter. Isaak is one name on a short list of possible American Idol replacements for the cranky Brit. [TV Squad]
  • Former mistress of Tiger Woods, Rachel Uchitel has announced that she will be on Celebrity Rehab to address her addiction to Ambien. [The Sun]
  • More details from the Mel Gibson tapes: according to Radar, exgirlfriend Oksana Grigorieva can be heard saying "You're acting as a crazy man right now and you have been for many, many months. And you hit me, and you hit her [Lucia] while she was in my hands! Mel, you're losing your mind. You need medication." Gibson goes on to scream profanities at the Russian singer, and eventually tells her that she "f-ing offend my f—ing maleness, my masculinity, my being, my soul." [NYDN]
  • What do you think we would have to do to get invited to a Ke$ha-Rihanna slumber party? [Digital Spy]
  • Russell Brand has put his £2.5 million bachelor pad up for sale after Katy Perry told him that she was jealous of all the girls he slept with in the apartment. [London Evening Standard]
  • Britney Spears was cleared yesterday of all allegations of child abuse. A former bodyguard claimed Spears beat her two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, with a belt but Los Angeles social workers found that there was "absolutely no truth" to the story. [The Sun]
  • According to Hayden Panettiere, everything is fine on the set of Scream 4, despite rumors to the contrary. She says everyone is "having a blast." [Daily Express]
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor is currently in recovery at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center following a successful hip surgery to repair damage done by a fall on Saturday. [Daily Express]
  • A former assistant prop manager for the television show House has filed a lawsuit against his higher-ups, claiming that he was only fired because he refused to participate in the "degenerate conduct" - i.e. drugs, sex, and offensive language - of his fellow employees. [TMZ]
  • Cast members of The Jersey Shore are in the final stages of talks with MTV, according to sources. Both The Situation and Pauly D have already signed on for a third season, however, not all cast members will receive the same payment. Apparently, the Situation negotiated a deal to receive a bonus if the show hits certain ratings targets. [Reuters]
  • JWOWW probably won't be getting the same payment, especially since she called the strike a "very untrue rumor." In other Jersey Shore news, everyone is jealous of Snooki. [US, Perez Hilton]
  • A judge has ruled to allow Jesse James to move his daughter with ex-wife Janine Lindemuler to Texas to be closer to Sandra Bullock and their son. James will have phsyical custody of Sunny, and Lindemuler will share legal custody. [Us]
  • Robert Pattinson admitted to a German newspaper that Kristin Stewart can sometimes make him uncomfortable with her perfectionism: "Kristen is always really good but also clearly speaks her mind. That can be a bit uncomfortable. After we shoot a scene she sometimes looks at the director and says, ‘Let's do that again.'" [Showbiz Spy]
  • Congratulations are in order for Ali Larter and hubby Hayes MacArthur, who are expecting their first child. [Just Jared]
  • Sexy Russian spy Anna Chapman has officially turned down an offer from Vivide Entertainment to star in an adult film. [TMZ]
  • Proving that he can, and will, do absolutely anything, James Franco has announced that come this winter, he will be able to add Yale Professor to his resume. Franco will apparently teach a "very special class" starting in January. [Daily Express]
  • In a "shocking" move, Judge Robert Perry has ordered jurors in the Anna Nicole Smith case to reveal their drug histories to the court in order to determine biases. [TMZ]
  • Kathy Griffin on her feud with Elizabeth Hasselbeck: "Now I have to send Elisabeth Hasselbeck two muffin baskets because she confronted me when I was a guest on the show two weeks ago and then this morning she called me 'scum.' I have to send two baskets because as a comedian, I'm loving it. You have to remember that the genesis of that whole joke about Scott Brown was that when he won the election he famously said, 'My two daughters are available.' Then he was called a 'pimp' in the Washington press…The bottom line is, lighten up! Suck it! As the great Bette Midler said, 'Fuck 'em if they can't take a joke.'" [Perez Hilton]
  • Zach Braff is upset that he has to defend the Jersey Shore following the show of the same name. "Now I feel like I have to defend New Jersey all the time, all over the place — no thanks to Snooki. She's really bad for Jersey, Snooki! ... America, you can go to the Jersey Shore and you will not get punched in the face," he said on Late Night. [TV Squad]