Celebrities vs. Paparazzi; Madonna's Daughter Caught Smoking; Justin Bieber Releases New Single
Posted 03.26.12 by Chris
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
It must be celebrity vs. paparazzi season. Rob Kardashian was briefly apprehended by police after an incident with a Miami paparazzo early Sunday morning. It was all a misunderstood joke, according to Rob. While out with friends, Rob reportedly saw a photog taking photos of him from across the street. Rob thought it would be funny to start chasing the man and that's when the man bolted, screaming for help with Rob "chasing" him. Sources said Rob followed the photog into a smoke shop and tried to explain it was all a joke. Police saw the entire incident and apprehended Rob, even putting him in the back of a police car. After explaining it was all joke, police released Rob back into the wild.
In another celeb vs. photog case, Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox are being sued by a celebrity photographer who claims he was beaten by Green while Fox egged him on. Delbert Shaw said he was taking pictures of the couple last December at a Hawaiian beach when Green and Fox allegedly made verbal threats against him. Shaw then claims Fox asked Green, "Are you going to let him get away with that?" That's when Green "pummeled" him, causing severe injuries. Green also allegedly threw the photographer's iPhone into the ocean. He's suing for unspecified damages.
Madonna's 15-year-old daughter Lourdes was photographed smoking. The teen was caught with a cigarette on the streets of New York while with friends Saturday, which is technically illegal since the legal smoking age is 18. Is it a case of like mother, like daughter? Madonna was reportedly seen smoking on the set of her directorial debut W.E, and she's seen holding a lit cig on her new video for "Girl Gone Wild." Maybe Lourdes is taking that title to heart.
PETA has offered to pay the legal fees of the woman who "flour bombed" Kim Kardashian last week at a red carpet event. "We don’t believe Kim would be so shortsighted as to go after this woman, but if she does, we’ll definitely look at how to maximize exposure to the cruel fur industry, and that could mean defending the activist if she wishes," the animal rights organization said in a statement. PETA refused to comment on whether or not it knew the identify of the flour bomber. While her name hasn't been made public, here's a photo of the attacker.
And in you-know-you-want-to-listen-to-it news, Justin Bieber released his first single, "Boyfriend," off his new album. Don't pretend you haven't listened to it yet.