Michael Lohan was arrested again Thursday, hours after being released from jail on charges of domestic violence. Police say Lindsay Lohan’s father made a harassing call to his girlfriend Kate Major. This occurred after a judge told him, “You even dream of her and you're going to jail.”
Lohan allegedly attempted to run from the police by jumping off a third-floor balcony. This plan reportedly hit a snafu when he fell into a tree. His foot might be broken, as is my faith in humanity. (WaPo via Associated Press)
Conrad Murray’s trial for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson is coming to an end. The defense is expected to call its final witnesses Thursday, two medical experts. It’s not clear whether Murray will take the stand. (Celebritology)
Duchess Kate went to a charity dinner all by herself and did really well: “You would never know it was her first solo engagement. It was as if she had been trained by the Prince of Wales.” (People)
Kim Kardashian and husband Kris Humphries are “not getting along at all,” says anonymous source to tabloid magazine. Maybe that’s because he wasn’t E!’s first choice to play Kim’s basketball boyfriend? (Us Weekly ;WetPaint.)
See Tobey Maguire as Nick Carraway in Baz Luhrman’s “The Great Gatsby.” (MovieWeb)
“Beavis and Butt-head” makes its triumphant return to MTV tonight. Read Jen Chaney’s piece on the revamped cartoon ahead of the premiere.
Chat with Jen about “Beavis,” the Lohans and everything else under the pop culture sun today at 2 p.m.
Bette Midler redefines TMI and Samuel L. Jackson is honored, after the jump.
Tilda Swinton’s “We Need to Talk About Kevin” won the BFI London Film Festival prize. (BBC)
Jonathan Groff is heading back to “Glee.” (EW)
Lindsay Lohan took her really expensive purses to the morgue. To her credit, she did show up. (Radar)
TLC’s “Sister Wives” has a new cast member — Kody Brown’s 17th child. (E!)
Here’s the video of Bette Midler discussing sex with Geraldo Rivera you didn’t ask for. (Radar)
Photo: Will Sasso, Sean Hayes and Chris Diamantopoulos as ”The Three Stooges.” (Lifeline)
Watch Billy Bob Thornton deftly decline to discuss Occupy Wall Street with the Associated Press below.