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Dina Lohan Pleads Guilty to DWI

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Television, Drunk, Legal Issues,

Dina LohanLindsay Lohan's mother has been ordered to perform 100 hours of community service.

Dina Lohan pled guilty in court in Long Island, New York on Tuesday morning to Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and speeding last September. Along with her community service, Dina must attend a mandatory drinking and driving program, a victim impact panel, and pay the necessary fines and fees.

The 51 year old is also expected to have her license revoked and an interlock device will be installed in her car, according to gossip website TMZ.com. The Lindsay star was initially arrested for driving at "a speed of 77 mph in a 55mph zone" and police then discovered her blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit.

Shortly afterwards, her lawyer Mark Heller attempted to blame the paparazzi for the incident. "It is the professional opinion, as stated here by the evaluator, that the circumstances leading to Dina's arrest were largely impacted by ongoing daily stresses caused by you folks, the paparazzi, media attention and distorted tabloid character profiles," he said.

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Chris Pine Pleads Guilty to Drunk Driving

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Movies, Drunk, Legal Issues,

Chris PineChris Pine has pleaded guilty to drink driving.

The Star Trek actor was fined $93 and had his driver's license suspended for six months during a court hearing at the Ashburton district court in New Zealand today. Chris' lawyer, Marilyn Gilchrist, had applied for the star to be discharged without conviction after claiming he had already suffered emotionally and professionally because of the worldwide negative coverage of his crime. The judge, Joanna Maze, said she accepted Chris was "entirely remorseful" of his actions as he had pleaded guilty to the charge at the earliest opportunity and had complied with the police.

The 33-year-old star was stopped by officers in a "routine operation" in Methven, Canterbury, New Zealand, on March 1 and was arrested after tests revealed his blood-alcohol level was 0.11 per cent, which is over New Zealand's legal limit of 0.08 per cent.

Chris was in the country filming Z for Zachariah and had been out celebrating the end of the shoot, the night before he was arrested.

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Howard K. Stern Guilty of Anna Nicole Conspiracy

Howard K. Stern, whose name was splashed over every newspaper in the country when Anna Nicole Smith died, has been found guilty of conspiring to give the actress painkillers and sedatives.

Stern, along with two doctors, had been on trial for the past 9 weeks. Stern was Smith’s boyfriend and lawyer at the time of her death.

Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, who was also found guilty, was Smith’s psychiatrist.

Anna Nicole Smith, in case you were visiting the moon at the time, died in 2007. Her untimely and surprising demise became the stuff of media legend for weeks following the event.

Stern and Eroshevich were found guilty of conspiring to obtain drugs for the reality star through false names and other forms of misrepresentation.

A third defendant, Dr. Sandeep Kapoor, was acquitted of all charges.

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Four Found Guilty in Pirate Bay Case

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Internet, Movies, Music,

Pirate Bay logoA Stockholm court found the 3 founders and one “patron” behind The Pirate Bay guilty of collaboration to violate copyright laws. They were sentenced to a year in jail and must pay $3.6 million in damages to media companies. The site allows free exchange of movies, music, games and software with its 3.5 million users but does not host them. As yet, there is no order to shut down the site and the defendants plan on appealing the judgment.

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O.J. Simpson Found Guilty

O.J. Simpson found guiltyExactly thirteen years after being acquitted of murder, heard the word “Guilty” twelve times over.

Late last night, the 61-year-old football star and his co-defendant, Clarence Stewart, were convicted for their involvement in a 2007 incident. Simpson, with the help of several armed men, robbed two sports-memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel room. The Hall of Famer - who claimed he didn’t know guns were involved - claimed he was simply trying to reclaim what was his.

After thirteen hours of deliberation, the Nevada jurors found Simpson guilty on 12 counts including kidnapping and armed robbery. He could expect to receive anywhere between five years to life in prison at the December 5 sentencing.

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Bai Ling Pleads Guilty to Shoplifting

Bai Ling pulls a Winona at LAXConsequences have finally come back around to the sexy-yet-eccentric Chinese actress , who pulled a Winona last month at LAX, shoplifting a pack of batteries, and, ironically, tabloids.

Ling pleaded guilty on Wednesday to disturbing the peace, agreeing to pay over $700 in penalties and fines. Definitely beats any time in the can, though, right?

Later that evening, the Southland Tales actress confusingly claimed, “I told you the truth is going to be told and I am innocent!!!” on her blog. Ling, who also appeared in the cult hit, The Crow, also stated that she “will drink a sexy red wine tonight after filming and celebrate! I am smiling for real!”

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Three Years of Prison Time for ‘Prison Break’ Star

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Action, Drama, FOX, Prison Break, News,

Lane Garrison, who starred as ‘Tweener’ in better years, was formally sentenced today to 40 months behind bars.  The actor, who was involved in a fatal car accident back in December 2006, could have seen up to 6 years.  Garrison, 27, had been partying with teenagers right before crashing a Range Rover into a tree.  A 17-year-old male was killed in the incident; two 15-year-old girls were also injured.

Garrison, who did receive credit for time already served, pleaded guilty in May to vehicular manslaughter (without gross negligence) and two other alcohol-related charges.  In addition to his jail sentence, he was ordered to pay nearly $300,000 in restitution to the victims’ families.

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