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    Shia LaBeouf had no comment for reporters outside of the courtroom in New York City on Thursday (July 24th) where he faced the judge regarding his arrest during a performance of Broadway's Cabaret last month. According to E! News, Shia dressed in a brown suit and sat silently while his lawyer, G. Robert Gage, handled the situation.

    The Manhattan District Attorney revealed that there was talk of a plea bargain but no final deal had been struck in the meeting. Shia is expected to be back in court on September 10th.

    • The 28-year-old has apparently been treating his alcohol addiction since the bizarre series events that took place on June 26th which ended with his arrest for disorderly conduct, criminal trespassing, and harassment at the Studio 54 theater where Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams star in the show.


    A former employee of Kate Gosselin is spilling the dirt on the strict rules for working for the reality star.

    The unidentified worker chatted with E! News about the difficulties of holding down the Gosselin household saying, "We always had to refer to the manual because it listed her pet peeves. You couldn't put anything on the ground. You had to put shoes in a certain spot. You couldn't close doors loudly. You could only vacuum during certain times of the day if she was home." They continued, "At nine o'clock, everything was done. Even if I was halfway through dishes, at 9 p.m. you had to stop. She told me her day ended at 9 p.m., no matter what was going on."

    • The nanny also revealed, "When Jon called the kids on the phone, Kate said to us nannies, 'You are Kate, so always listen in on the phone calls.' We always had to keep an ear and eye on what was going on. Kate would say she had no problem with the kids having a relationship with Jon, but it always felt like a facade to me."
    • Kate allegedly also had harsh ways of punishing her children including making them pull weeds from the yard.
    • The ex-employee claims to have quit after witnessing Kate spank her son, Colin, with a wooden spoon in front of the other children.


    Dakota Fanning is well aware of the fact that her childhood on film sets wasn't exactly normal. The 20-year-old was promoting her new film, Very Good Girls, to Huffington Post where she discussed growing up on camera.

    Dakota told the website, "It is a hard thing because I don't really know any other way. But, it definitely still is a surreal experience as you get older. I think when you're a child, it's hard for you to know your life is different from anyone else's. And then, of course, as you get older, you realize that there are billions of people on the planet and everybody lives a different way and everybody has a different situation. As you grow up, you think, 'Oh, no, that's not normal for everyone.'" The War of the Worlds actress added, "And so, yeah, I think I have a different relationship with it now that I'm older. When people say hello to me, I feel like maybe I know them from somewhere, because they say like, 'Hi! How are you?' And I’m like, 'Oh, hi!' And then I realize, 'Oh, no, they just think they know me because they watched me in a movie.' Which is cool, but definitely not a normal thing."

    • Fanning also addressed the topic earlier this month with Town & Country saying, "It's hard to explain to someone who didn't know me as a child. But even before I started working -- when I was two, three, four, five -- I was an exceptionally mature child. I just was. And my mom and I were able to have conversations like, 'Do you want to go to California and go to auditions for commercials and TV shows? Is that something you want to do?' And I was like, 'Yeah, let's give it a try.'"


    Jennie Garth has her own opinions of Tori Spelling's True Tori reality show but did not agree when Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Ian Ziering called it a trainwreck back in May. The Mystery Girls star dropped by HuffPost Live to chat about Ian's comment and offer her own take on Tori's televised drama.

    Jennie said about Ian, "On the one hand, he does love Tori in the way we all love each other -- the bond that we all share. But it was a little harsh, just the words 'how do you not watch a trainwreck,' and I know that that really hurt Tori, him saying that, because people could take that in a very wrong way." The mother of three added, "Her reality show wasn't for everyone. And for me, it was hard to watch just because I love her so much. It was hard for me to see that kind of position she was in."

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