Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, Prince Williams, O.J. Simpson
A man who found Ashton Kutcher’s mobile phone in a taxi claims it contains nude photos of Demi Moore that he’s trying to sell for $1 million, said The National Enquirer. “In some of the 35 pictures, Demi lies sprawled naked on a bed,” a source told the tabloid. “Another shows a bare-chested Ashton taking a photo of himself in the mirror.” Kutcher called his number and demanded his phone back, but the man hung up on him and turned the phone off.
Paparazzi on motorbikes chased Prince William’s car through the streets of London last week, trying to get the first photos of him and his girlfriend, Kate Middleton, since the couple reunited this summer. The pursuit took place just as the government began its inquiry into the death of William’s mother, Princess Diana, who died when paparazzi were chasing her in Paris 10 years earlier. Most of the U.K. tabloids declined to run the pictures after the Press Complaints Commission called the paparazzi’s methods dangerous and unethical.
The family of murder victim Ron Goldman was ordered to return O.J. Simpson’s $22,000 Rolex last week, after learning that it was actually a counterfeit worth about $100. The Goldmans won a wrongful death suit against Simpson that gives them rights to any jewelry he owns that is worth more than $6,075, but the watch didn’t meet that standard. “It was made by the finest craftsmen in China,” said Goldman attorney David Cook. “It’s a people’s Rolex.”
A top executive at Warner Bros. has decided that there’s simply no market for movies featuring women, says LAweekly.com. “We are no longer doing movies with women in the lead,” Jeff Robinov, the president of production, announced to colleagues. Robinov’s decision follows the box office failures of the studio’s The Brave One, starring Jodie Foster, and The Invasion, starring Nicole Kidman. “Can you imagine when [feminist attorney] Gloria Allred gets hold of this?” said a producer. “It’s going to be like World War III.” A spokesman for Warner Bros. said, “Mr. Robinov never made that statement, nor is it his policy.”