Sexual Molestation and Coercion Charges Against Julian Assange Dropped

On Thursday, Swedish prosecutors revealed they would be dropping two of the charges against Julian Assange—that he molested and coerced two women in 2010—as the statutes of limitations in the investigation runs out at the end of August. The charge of rape against him still stands, and that investigation is ongoing. »8/14/15 9:45am8/14/15 9:45am


Have Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts Gone From BFFs to Frenemies?

IMHO, Naomi Watts has always been the more endearing half of the blonde, icy "Aussie Posse" best-friend duo that includes herself and Nicole Kidman. Watts, who got a Lead Actress Academy Award nod for her role in The Impossible, is filming a 60 Minutes CBS segment as part of their pre-Oscars nominee special. But when… »2/05/13 9:00am2/05/13 9:00am

Gwyneth Paltrow Is Cockblocking Cameron Diaz Until She Gets It Together

Once upon a time, Cameron Diaz turned 40 and started making depressing and obvious statements to Access Hollywood like "Look, the alternative to getting older is [being dead]." Diaz has since found herself in what the tabloids are calling "a bit of a mid-life crisis" since her split from Alex Rodriguez and a fling… »1/23/13 9:00am1/23/13 9:00am

Lady Gaga Put on a Witch Hat and Had Dinner With Julian Assange

Fuck being a waiter at the Ivy with a screenplay in your locker! The real way to meet celebrities these days is to become an international Hacktivist and chill in diplomatic asylum for a few years. Case in point: Lady Gaga visited Julian Assange—who counts Oliver Stone and Michael Moore among his most vocal Hollywood… »10/09/12 9:00am10/09/12 9:00am

Kanye West Creates Franken-Ring For Kim Kardashian Proposal

Picture, if you will, Kanye West swimming in a vault of precious stones a la Scrooge McDuck; after girlfriend Kim Kardashian's divorce from Kris Humphries is finalized, 'Ye apparently plans to propose with a one-of-a-kind ring made from his late mom Donda's personal jewelry collection. He visited a private jeweler… »7/24/12 9:00am7/24/12 9:00am

Julian Assange Loses Appeal, Still Isn't Going to Sweden Anytime Soon

Britain's Supreme Court has finally approved Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to Sweden, where he is wanted for allegedly molesting and raping two women. Assange has been trying to prevent exactly that since 2010 — he claims the sex was consensual, but that he won't get a fair trial in Sweden — and still… »5/30/12 12:10pm5/30/12 12:10pm

Julian Assange Back In Court, Now With Less Victim-Blaming

Fresh from a birthday celebration that trumpeted his status as the "Most Dangerous Man in the World," Julian Assange was back in court today to fight extradition to Sweden. And though his new lawyers seem to have wised up that victim-blaming wasn't helping their case, they continue to argue that what took place in… »7/12/11 6:33pm7/12/11 6:33pm