Michael Lohan Swears Off Speaking To The Press About Lindsay

  • On the eve of Lindsay Lohan's probation violation hearing, Michael Lohan has issued a statement saying he'll never speak to the media about her again, after having a "conversation last night, with someone who means alot [sic] to me."
  • Michael says he realizes his actions have "cased (sic) hurt , pain and embarrassment" to his family and adds that he, "will not be commenting on ANYTHING relating to my daughter Lindsay, or ANYTHING my ex wife Dina, or any 'sources' related to her, might say. After all the things said and the incidents which have transpired, I realize that no matter how wrong or right I may have been, at the end of the day, I was wrong for offending my ex wife and my children." [Radar]
  • Lindsay could be sentenced to up to one year in prison at the hearing tomorrow. [Radar]
  • Betty Ford counselors are allegedly telling Lindsay that she need to deal with her feelings about her dad once and for all. "If she doesn't, then she needs to move on and realize she isn't a bad person for not wanting him in her life," says a source. [Radar]
  • We didn't need Hailey Glassman to explain that Jon Gosselin's Twitter apology is just a, "negotiating tactic to gain sympathy from the public." [Radar]
  • There's a legal battle brewing between Devon James and the dude who claims he played Tiger Woods in her sex tape. [Radar]
  • When asked if she wants to address the pregnancy rumors, Rachel Zoe said, "I'm feeling great," pulled back her blazer to reveal her flat stomach, and added, "Not at all. I'd be home sleeping." [People]
  • A source still insists Zoe is four months pregnant and expecting a boy. [E!]
  • Sean Stewart of Celebrity Rehab and Rod Stewart's son fame was arrested yesterday in L.A. for driving on a suspended license. [TMZ]
  • T.I. did a radio interview yesterday with Joshua Starks, the man he talked out of committing suicide. "What I realize is now I just need to put forth that extra effort that I thought wasn't there, that I now know is there," Starks said. [Rolling Stone]
  • The Daily Show has authorized a West Coast Rally To Restore Sanity, which will be held in L.A. and show the D.C. event on an LED screen. [The Wrap]
  • BREAKING: Nicole Richie got a haircut. [Us]
  • The Jersey Shore cast hasn't signed on four a fourth season yet, but Pauly D suggests that they could film the season in Italy. [AP]
  • J-Woww was forced to discontinue her clothing line due to trademark issues, but she doesn't care because she's too busy to work on it. [E!]
  • J-Woww says she turned down an offer to pose in Playboy because, "There is a better opportunity out there, which everybody will probably see soon." [Us]
  • Adrien Brody is suing the makers of the film Giallo and trying to halt its release because he says he hasn't been paid for the project. [CBS News]
  • Joe Jackson is asking for $10 million to $500 million in his wrongful death suit against Dr. Conrad Murray. [TMZ]
  • Reese Witherspoon's rep is denying that she and Jim Toth are engaged, though Us' cover story actually accused Jim of planning to pop the question. [People]
  • Daniel Radcliffe is wearing a bra in the new Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows trailer. [E!]
  • Kim Novak, who starred in Vertigo, has breast cancer. Her manager says, "It was caught early by a routine yearly mammogram, and [she] is undergoing treatment. All her doctors say she is in fantastic physical shape and should recover very well." [People]
  • Brooke Mueller is being sued for allegedly failing to pay her PR firm. [Radar]
  • Rihanna has left her manager, and is now being managed by Jay-Z's Roc Nation Management. [AP]
  • James Cameron confirmed that he's in talks to direct Cleopatra, though nothing's finalized. "But it sounds hot, doesn't it? I mean, Angelina Jolie and Cleopatra? To me, that's like a slam dunk," he said. "Whether I wind up doing it or not, I think it's going to be a great project." [Us]
  • "I hate when women wear the wrong foundation color," whines Kim Kardashian. "It might be the worst thing on the planet when they wear their makeup too light." [Us]
  • Elisabeth Moss says of the Mad Men episode "The Suitcase", "I worked harder on that episode than I've ever worked on the show. I worked more days than Jon did. He does that all the time. He's there all the time. Every single day, all day long. It was like doing a play for two weeks. So it was a beautiful experience I will never forget and I feel very very lucky." [N.Y. Mag]