BILL COSBY: Accuser Arrested on Two Felony Counts
One of Bill Cosby's many accusers, Chloe Goins, was arrested Sunday outside a San Diego prison.
According to TMZ, police officers "found her sitting in her car just before midnight in the parking lot of the George F. Bailey Detention Facility" and charged her with possession of a controlled substance in prison and bringing alcohol into a prison, both felonies.
Authorities didn't reveal what she was doing at the facility.
Goins, who has accused Cosby of sexually assaulting her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008, is being held on $25,000 bail.
VICTORIA JUSTICE: Hacked
Victoria Justice was hacked on Twitter.
Dozens of offensive tweets appeared on the the Disney star's feed last night (Sunday). The messages featured heavy uses of the F-bomb as well homophobic and racial slurs. There were also tweets about her performing oral sex and promises of nude photos of the actress.
Victoria, who has not commented on the hacking, was one the celebs hacked in 2014 and had alleged nude photos posted online. (Gossip Cop)
MELISSA MCCARTHY: Spicer Finally Comments on SNL Skit
Now that Sean Spicer has resigned from his position as White House Press Secretary, he's finally commenting on Melissa McCarthy's impression of him on Saturday Night Live -- and he's not a fan.
Just hours after he resigned, Spicer appeared on Fox News and told Sean Hannity that the SNL skit was "over the line" and "malicious." He said, "I'm a prankster, I like a good joke. I think when it's funny, it's funny. Sometimes it goes from funny to mean. I think that there were parts of it that were funny, but there's a lot of it that was over the line. It wasn't funny. It was stupid, or silly, or malicious." (Rolling Stone)
Just days after serving a week in jail for a protest at a New York power plant, James Cromwell has been arrested at another protest. The Babe actor was at SeaWorld in San Diego along with PETA to protest against treatment of orca whales on Monday. (Variety)
Sarah Paulson has signed on for M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming thriller Glass. She joins James McAvoy, Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson in the sequel to Split and Unbreakable. The movie opens January 18th, 2019.
Anne Hathaway is in talks for the lead role of that live-action Barbie pic. She would replace Amy Schumer, who left the project over scheduling conflicts.
The 25th James Bond movie is set to hit theaters on November 8th, 2019. Daniel Craig is said to be returning.
JUSTIN BIEBER: Sorry to Fans Who Feel Betrayed
Justin Bieber bailed on his Beliebers.
He’s not completely honest about his reasons for quitting The Purpose World Tour. He's said "everything's fine." But Justin also complained of feeling burnt out. Yet, in the first six months of 2017 he played only 36 concerts.
In other words, 23-year-old Justin felt exhausted by working one every five days! Poor thing.
He knows the Beliebers are pissed off at the sudden cancellations. Justin told TMZ, (quote) Sorry for anyone who feels disappointed or betrayed. It’s not in my heart.”
The fans will receive refunds for their tickets, but the venues lose major paydays from Bieber pulling out.
GOTYE: He Coulda Made Millions
Gotye has left millions of dollars in potential revenue from his worldwide smash "Somebody That I Used to Know" on the table, according to an Australian website.
News.Com.Au reports that the Belgian-Australian singer, born Wouter De Backer, has steadfastly refused to license the song for advertising, even going so far as not allowing pop-up ads on his YouTube channel, which is closing in on a billion -- with a "b" -- views. The site says Korean pop singer Psy netted $10-million after "Gangnam Style" had been watched two billion times. If you do the math that means Gotye has passed up five-million bucks.
Gotye says he's just "not interested in selling" his music, although he will license it for commercial use depending on the "budget and the creativity of the project" and will give it free to any student film that asks for it.
The site also reports that Gotye has been working for the past two years on the follow-up to his breakthrough Making Mirrors album, which was released six years ago this month. However, it doesn't say how close he is to finishing it.
HALL AND OATES: Postpone This Week's Shows With Tears for Fears
Hall and Oates and Tears for Fears have postponed this week's tour dates. A tweet Monday evening said the cause was a Tears For Fears "family emergency."
The shows -- Tuesday in San Jose, Wednesday in Santa Barbara and Friday and Saturday at Staples Center in Los Angeles -- will be rescheduled. The new dates will be announced in the near future.