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Posted at 05:00 AM ET, 01/16/2013

In other news: Gov. Rick Scott’s dog goes AWOL; Leonardo DiCaprio; Prince Albert; Lindsay Lohan


Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaks in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (J Pat Carter/AP)
• Florida Gov. Rick Scott acknowledged this week that the adorable yellow Lab named Reagan his family adopted during his 2010 campaign, to the delight of many voters, has gone off to live on a farm. Or something like that. Reporters for the Tampa Bay Times started asking questions after noticing the dog hadn’t been seen in two years. Scott’s aides rebuffed questions for several days until the governor disclosed that Reagan alledgedly threatened several staffers, so they took him back to the place where they got him — and they now have a new, sweeter-tempered rescue dog, Tallee, 7.

• Leonardo DiCaprio was the winning bidder for the prize of spending a day with Bill Clinton, at Sean Penn’s charity auction for Haiti in L.A. Saturday, reports the NY Daily News. When his $100K offer was topped, he joined with the rival bidder to make it a group date for $400K. Funny, always assumed rich guys hung out with each other for free anyway.


Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco. (Jean Paul Pelissier/AP)
• Prince Albert of Monaco has settled his libel suit against the U.K. Sunday Times for claiming his 2011 wedding to Princess Charlene was a sham affair that she tried to flee. This, reports AP, after the paper apologized and agreed to pay damages.

• Lindsay Lohan pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that she allegedly crashed her car in Santa Monica last June and lied to police that she wasn’t driving, reports Reuters. So that’s another legal case of hers to follow a while longer.

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