Paris Hilton, Oliver Stone Accused Of Being Nazi SympathizersS

  • Paris Hilton is allegedly making the Nazi salute while wearing a military-style hat in a picture taken on a yacht in St. Tropez. She insists she's just dancing and scratching her nose.
  • Her rep says, "Paris was dancing and having fun with her arm up in the air as she always dances like that and was scratching [her] face when a photo was taken... The hat was not a communist hat, it's a military style hat from a club. Half of her family is Jewish and many of her friends are as well." Check out the picture in question here: [Daily Mail]
  • Unfortunately, Oliver Stone can't use the same excuse. Yesterday the director, who is half-Jewish, told London's Sunday Times "Hitler was a Frankenstein [monster] ... there was also a Dr. Frankenstein: German industrialists, the Americans and the British. He had a lot of support." He added, "Hitler did far more damage to the Russians than the Jewish people, 25 or 30 million (killed) ... There's a major lobby in the United States. They are hard workers. They stay on top of every comment, the most powerful lobby in Washington. Israel has fucked up United States foreign policy for years." [The Wrap]
  • The American Jewish Committee responded, "By invoking this grotesque, toxic stereotype, Oliver Stone has outed himself as an anti-Semite." [NYT]
  • In a SEVENTH Mel Gibson audio tape, he says of Timothy Dalton, father of Oksana Grigorieva's son, "Did you get my last message about me being a bad father, and Tim being a great dad now?" He adds, "I'm so fucking sorry I had a child with you." [Radar]
  • Will Wyclef Jean run for president of Haiti? He released a statement saying, "Wyclef's commitment to his homeland and its youth is boundless, and he will remain its greatest supporter regardless of whether he is part of the government moving forward. At this time, Wyclef Jean has not announced his intent to run for Haitian president. If and when a decision is made, media will be alerted immediately." [Us]
  • You've probably heard that Sandra Bullock and Jesse James are reuniting, but it's not true. "The only reason that Sandy gave the green light to Jesse move to Austin was because she wants to maintain a relationship with his children," says a source. "Sandy loves those children but she has absolutely no intention of getting back together with Jesse, ever." [Radar]
  • Brittany Murphy's mom says TMZ's claim that mold may have killed Brittany and Simon Monjack is ridiculous: "I have never been personally asked by the Coroner or anyone from the Health Department to come and inspect my home for mold." [E!]
  • News you can't use: Kevin Federline is fat again. [Radar]
  • Here's the first shot of Christina Applegate's baby bump: [E!]
  • Bob Guiney and Rebecca Budig, a.k.a. The Bachelor and Greenlee Smythe are officially divorced. [TMZ]
  • Chord Overstreet will star on Glee as "Finn's protégé but becomes his competition." [Deadline]
  • Here's a shot of Megan Fox and Dominic Monaghan kissing while filming Eminem's "Love The Way You Lie" video. A source reports, "Things start off with a sex scene between Megan and Dominic. Then they fight but end up having sex again." Sounds riveting. [Us]
  • Linda Hogan is engaged to 21-year-old Charlie Hill, who is a year younger than her daughter Brooke. [ONTD]
  • There's a new woman in the Jersey Shore cast named Dina Nicole. According to her Facebook page, "All I need is beats, my broads, and booze... Let's drink to us." She'll fit in just fine. [Radar]
  • Slimeball Michael Lohan said during a radio interview, "My people are reaching out to Robert Downey Jr. and to Mark Wahlberg. I know both of them and Mark is a tremendous human being... Hopefully they'll see [Lindsay] before she gets out and she'll get in this rehab and get off these prescription meds, and she'll get her life back." Don't drag them into this. [Us]
  • Heidi Montag has dropped out of the reality show she was supposed to star in with Jen Bunney. [Us]
  • Kelly Bensimon says she wants to live stream her work day so we can hear more gems like this: "You know this new program that I am doing? I said there's only one thing that I want. I only want one thing. I want live stream. So every time I walk into the office, I want to be live. They're like, 'What are you talking about?' I said every time I walk into to the office I wanted to be live — on me in every single meeting. How do I work, how do I do things, how do I get things done? Because people are always asking me, 'How do you do so much in a day? How do you get all the stuff done?'" [ONTD]
  • Kourtney Kardashian wants to clear up the rumors that Scott Disick is an ass, despite the fact that they were started to publicize her reality show. She says, "Scott's obviously not a monster." [People]
  • Donald Trump is now pretending he didn't ask Rachel Uchitel to appear on The Celebrity Apprentice. "She called; she wanted to be on the show ... but we just don't see her as a celebrity in any sense," he said. "What she did in life is not the greatest, right? What she did is not exactly the kind of thing that makes for Celebrity Apprentice." [Us]
  • Elisabeth Moss was not aware of the Betty Draper haters. She said, "People hate her? Really? I've never even heard that. I don't read stuff about the show, though. I tend to stay away from the comments and reviews, because, you know, you never know what you're going to read! People think she's a horrible mother, and they hate it, but they love to see it. It's like, they hate Pete, and they love to watch him, too." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • "[Oprah] made this huge speech at the ball praising Lady Gaga and about how she [Lady Gaga] is helping Americans to be the best of themselves. There's millions of other Americans who represent that for me. Is [it] about numbers? About how much you're selling? Is it truly about the journey? Because [Lady Gaga's] journey isn't that difficult: to go from the fucking Upper East Side to a fucking performing arts school and on to a stage at the museum of fucking wherever. That journey's about four miles." — M.I.A. [N.Y. Magazine]