Teen Mom Amber Calls Cops, Files Complaint Against Ex

  • Amber Portwood called the police to her house yesterday, claiming that her ex Gary Shirley and his new girlfriend have been making harassing phone calls. However, Gary's ladyfriend says Amber has actually been harassing her.
  • A cop says Amber filed a police report and, "Miss Portwood is saying that Gary was harassing her with phone calls and that Ashley could be heard in the background." Ashley counters, "Amber's the one who's been harassing me and had (a relative) call me ten times this morning threatening me." She adds, "She's just looking for attention and wanting people to think she's a victim." In case you're not up on your Teen Mom dramz, Amber and Gary are both under a no contact order. [Radar]
  • Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry's custody war has officially "exploded" according to Radar. "If Gabriel needs to find out anything about Nahla he goes through the nanny now," says a source. "There were still talking, albeit limitedly, up until a week or so ago, but now – nothing." [Radar]
  • Lindsay Lohan is telling friends that she didn't fill out any paperwork when she "borrowed" a necklace from a Venica, CA jewelry store because, "I don't deal with things like that." That's something for the little people to busy themselves with! [TMZ]
  • Some doctor who's never met Lindsay has diagnosed her with anger management issues. Mystery solved! [Radar]
  • TMZ has video of Charlie Sheen dancing with a few women during his recent 36-hour bender, but it's not worth watching. It's just a 13 second cell phone video repeated a few times to make it look like they have a minute of footage. [TMZ]
  • Brad Pitt flew to France to oversee renovations to Chateau Miraval. Or for those fluent in tabloid speak, "Brad stormed off to France because Angie was acting like a psycho bitch again." [Radar]
  • Stephen Colbert is auctioning off one of his portraits to benefit DonorsChoose.org. Artists Frank Stella, Shepard Fairey and Andres Serrano have added the portrait, so it may cost more than the average member of Colbert Nation can afford. [AP]
  • Is this pic of Russell Brand in his teens real? [ONTD]
  • The woman who's suing Dr. Phil because his dog attacked her says he told his wife not to take her to the hospital because he wanted to treat her himself and avoid bad publicity. The McGraws say the attack was "minor" and the friend was petting the dog afterwards. [Radar]
  • Janine Lindemulder doesn't want her daughter Sunny to travel to Las Vegas to attend Jesse James and Kat Von D's wedding. [Radar]
  • Lauren Conrad filmed a pilot for a reality show about her trying to launch a fashion line, but MTV isn't going to air it. [People]
  • Lauren's reply: "We sold a show to MTV, filmed it and are really proud of the final result. MTV felt the subject matter was too high brow for their audience and offered me the opportunity to change the show by incorporating more of my personal life. We agreed going into the project that this show would be an aspirational one, focusing on my career and my goals and not my personal relationships. We delivered the show that we sold and are sorry MTV didn't feel their viewers were savvy enough to appreciate it." [Yahoo]
  • I don't know why we're supposed to be excited about this "never before seen" photo of Princes William and Harry. They look the same as they always do. [Daily Mail]
  • A source claims that Queen Elizabeth had a private viewing of The Kings Speech, which is about her dad, and "[S]he found it moving and enjoyable. She was clearly amused by some of the lighter moments." Insert your own "WE ARE NOT AMUSED" joke here. [The Wrap]
  • Levi Johnston's sister Mercede, who never fails to entertain us with her tabloid trash talking, claims Bristol Palin is dating her ex-boyfriend, Giancinto Paoletti. "She may have everyone else fooled, but Bristol gets around," says Mercede. "They would hook up, but they never officially dated until now." [Star]
  • Last night Kim Kardashian declared she actually doesn't have a problem with the photos she took for W. "Looking back, I love the photos," said Kim. "W magazine is iconic so I'm really happy that I did it and that those are the photos." Honestly, I stopped paying attention about four nude photo flip-flops ago. [Us]
  • Tia Mowry is having a boy. Adjust accordingly. [Us]
  • Niecy Nash, who recently got engaged, says, "I really have no idea [how to plan a wedding] ... Some women have been planning their wedding since they were 3-years-old, but I never put a sheet on my head and pretended it was a veil." [Us]
  • On her blog today Dianna Agron addressed the rumors that she and Alex Pettyfer are engaged. She writes, "I have been getting a lot of questions about things that I don't feel the need to explain or talk about. I don't mean it as an insult, I've just never shared private details of my personal life to promote my career or a project that I am working on. To me, it feels like cheating. What is the payoff worth when you haven't taken the fair steps to get there? They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but aren't those words subject to the eye of the beholder? And who is the viewer to say that their perspective is the right one? Opinions, opinions, opinions….and all of those ‘inside sources'. If you believe to have the facts, show your face and then say what you indeed know to be true! :)" [Fell Down The Rabbit Hole]
  • Holly Madison insists she isn't jealous about Hugh Hefner's engagement once again. "I think everyone expected me to feel one way, they expected me to be really jealous," she says. "But it's not how I feel. We've been apart for two years. I just want him to be happy." [Us]
  • N.Y. Mag emailed Mindy Kaling to find out if she's really leaving The Office. She replied: "I could not be more flattered with Vulture's interest in my not-that-dramatic job ambiguity after this year. I love The Office, and I've been here for seven years. I could see myself working here (because this is an amazing job full of nice, funny people), but I could also see myself writing books, or screenplays, playing other parts, or just spending all day going to cardio classes and getting scarily, paparazzi-noticing thin. There's just so much fun stuff out there. I think anyone who was at a job for this long would at least consider other jobs." [N.Y. Mag]