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Tuesday, December 24, 2013

 

The wheels of justice in the beatdown of Paris Hilton's brother have ground to a halt. TMZ says officials have shelved the investigation because Barron Hilton is not cooperating. Earlier this month, one of Lindsay Lohan's friends, Ray LeMoine, allegedly rearranged Barron's face at a party in Miami. Barron says Lindsay ordered the assault, but Ray says the rich kid was the troublemaker. Barron filed a police report, but has not met with police. In fact, TMZ says he hasn't even answered the phone. The Florida State Attorney's Office says it will only re-open the case if Barron -- who is on vacation in Hawaii -- cooperates.

 

Charlie Sheen’s Christmas is getting off to a rocky start. Charlie went on Twitter yesterday to blast his ex-wife Denise Richards, alleging she's keeping him from seeing his daughters. Charlie called Denise a "heartless, ugly hag" and also said "This is the worst Xmas I've ever had." Denise responded by tweeting, "U done ranting? Keep it classy, dude. Our kids don't need to be privy to this, U are welcome 2 spend xmas w/us Hope u still come."

 

Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson has finally broken his silence over his controversial interview with GQ magazine. Phil led a small Bible study group in his hometown church in West Monroe, Louisiana on Sunday, and according to Britain's Daily Mail he defended his anti-gay remarks, saying he was simply quoting from the Bible. He said, "I will not give or back off from my path. We are a bunch of rednecks from Louisiana, but I am not uneducated. I have a degree from Louisiana Tech. But this week I have been called an ignoramus. This week I have been asked, 'Is this the first time you have brought up sin?' I said, 'Are you kidding? I have been traveling to and fro spreading this message.'" Phil added, "I love all men and women. I am a lover of humanity, not a hater."

 

In the wake of the Duck Dynasty public relations nightmare after A&E decided to indefinitely suspend star Phil Robertson after his interview with GQ magazine, network executives are privately admitting the hit show should have been taken off the air for two weeks during the holiday break. A&E has faced an avalanche of criticism and outrage from fans of Duck Dynasty for the decision to take Robertson off the air and boycotts of the network and social media campaigns have “taken on a life of their own, and it’s an absolute disaster for A&E,” says one source. “Network bosses now recognize they should have just taken the show off the air for two weeks, since reruns were just airing anyway. The fallout wouldn’t have been strong and everyone could have just moved on.”