Kris Jenner Defends Putting Kim on Birth Control at 14; Producers Worried About Lindsay Lohan; Casper Smart Accused of Being Gay
06.23.12 by Chris
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Kris Jenner is getting heat for recent comments she made about putting daughter Kim Kardashian on birth control before she was 15. On Bethenny Frankel's new talk show, Kris defended her actions. "You want to protect your kids," she said. Jenner added: "You can try and talk your kids out of it, but unless you lock your child in the closet and throw the key away, they’re going to do what they feel." The interview airs Monday on Bethenny.
TMZ reports that Lifetime producers have been hysterical the past few weeks because of all the headlines surrounding the star of their Elizabeth Taylor biopic, Lindsay Lohan. In the past few weeks, paramedics have been called to Lohan's hotel room, she was in a very serious car accident on the Pacific Coast Highway, and she's hitting the nightclubs — all reasons why producers should be worried. TMZ said the producers big concerns are that they might lose the production's insurance, that Lohan could have violated her probation by lying to cops about her car accident, and that she's opening herself up to more problems by going to clubs. But TMZ argues that it's because of Lohan that the channel is getting so much press and predicts Liz & Dick to be the channel's most-watched program ever.
A fellow dancer is accusing Casper Smart of hiding the fact that he's gay and using J.Lo for fame. Joshua Lee Ayers, who worked with Smart on the 2010 movie Step Up 3D made his accusations on Twitter. He also posted a photo showing Smart wearing just a pair of shiny gold short shorts, surrounded by other shirtless men. A rep for the couple blasted the rumors saying, "Casper is not gay. These comments are born from envy and jealousy. It must be a slow news day."
Kick-Ass star Aaron Johnson tied the knot with director Sam Taylor-Wood. The newlyweds share a 23-year age difference. They met when Johnson played a young John Lennon in Taylor-Wood's 2009 movie Nowhere Boy.