Has Lilo found love?!
LINDSAY LOHAN is reportedly dating former Texas Longhorns quarterback MATT NORDGREN. After college he had a very brief and uneventful NFL career in 2006, then starred on the 2011 Bravo reality show "Most Eligible Dallas".
Nordgren won't admit he's actually dating Lindsay, but he recently said, quote, "We've hung out. But I have been a friend trying to support her for many years now.
"She's completely sober now. She's in a great place and working hard and meeting with all the right people."
A 35-year-old British pervert named Robert Hunter was just sentenced to 14 years in prison for pulling that scam.
Police say he convinced HUNDREDS of teen girls to strip and do other things by telling them he was Justin . . . and promising to be their boyfriend.
When he was arrested, police found 800 explicit images of children on his computer . . . both girls and boys. Some of them were as young as nine years old. This waste of life was caught when one of his victims came forward.
HA! Not sure if this is true...but it's kind of funny
The "National Enquirer" says O.J. SIMPSON is freaking out because his house in Florida is about to be foreclosed on and auctioned off, and he can't do anything about it because he's behind bars.
Why does he care? Wellll, this is supposedly where he stashed the KNIFE he used to MURDER Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman in 1994.
Not to mention the Bruno Magli shoes that left bloody tracks at the crime scene, and incriminating pages from his diary.
Supposedly, he had the incriminating items buried in concrete in either a wall or a floor when he had renovations done on the house in 2006.
Big Bang cast wants MORE Buck for the Bang
Supposedly, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco made a "private pledge" to stick together, to strong-arm the production company into giving them more money . . . sort of like how the cast of "Friends" did back in the day.
Each of them currently makes $350,000 per episode, or about $8.4 million per season. Sources say they're looking to make around $500,000 an episode, or $12 million a year, PLUS a cut of the show's profits in syndication.
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