Bobbi Kristina Brown won't be prosecuted for gambling underage at a Las Vegas casino last month, according to TMZ.
The police have allegedly closed the case due to insufficient evidence.
Last week TMZ posted a video showing what appears to be the 19-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston gambling at a slot machine with her 22-year-old boyfriend, Nick Gordon, at the MGM Resort and Casino. The legal gambling age in Vegas is 21.
Heavens to Betsy -- that's against the law.
The incident was investigated by the enforcement division of the Nevada Gambling Control Board, Deputy Chief David Salas told TMZ on Wednesday "We have completed our investigation and there is not enough evidence to support criminal charges. "We are going to close the case."
That's surprising. Because hardly any 19-year-old would dare sneaking into a casino to play slot machines.
AMANDA BYNES ASKS OBAMA FOR HELP: Amanda Bynes was charged on Tuesday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs — then took her case directly to the White House.
"I don't drink," the actress, 26, said in a tweet to the Barack Obama presidential campaign. "Please fire the cop who arrested me."
Only someone who drinks could send that text.
The misdemeanor charge filed Tuesday relates to her April 6 arrest, when Bynes was pulled over at 3 a.m. in West Hollywood after allegedly sideswiping a police car in her BMW when she tried to make a right turn.
According to People.com, the criminal complaint also alleges that Bynes refused to complete a Breathalyzer or drug test.
She doesn't drink. She's just not a good test taker.
On Wednesday, Bynes's attorney entered a not guilty plea on her behalf. The actress was not required to appear in court.
If convicted she faces a maximum penalty as a first-time offender of 48 hours in jail, three years probation and a nine-month alcohol program. She could also lose her driver's license for a year.
This was the beginning and most serious of several other recent driving mishaps for the starlet.
About a week after her arrest, she backed over a curb while texting, right before going to a West Hollywood nightclub, and a week later was spotted holding up traffic while making a slow three-point U-turn.
TRAVOLTA'S FORMER SECRETARY SAYS HE'S GAY: John Travolta's former secretary says the actor had a six-year gay affair with his pilot.
That's right ... not just an affair, a GAY affair.
Duh duh DUHHHHH.
Sorry, but this is just getting silly.
Travolta and Doug Gotterba were allegedly lovers in the 1980s, according to Travolta's former secretary and Gotterba's ex boyfriend, according to the new National Enquirer, which hits newsstands Friday.
Before we go on, note that since it's the National Enquirer saying this, understand Travolta is likely a straight man who is completely loyal to his wife.
Joan Edwards was Travolta's secretary from 1978 to 1994 and is the first ex-employee to publicly say the actor is gay. "I did everything for him, including taking care of his personal and professional schedules. Of course I knew he was gay. It never bothered me," she told the Enquirer.
She also says she was aware of Travolta's affair with Gotterba, who began working for the actor in 1981. "That's how I met Doug. We both worked for John at the same time. Doug is a wonderful guy and we are still good friends. He told me that John was gay and they had a sexual relationship," she said.
Gotterba is not quoted by the Enquirer about his relationship with Travolta. The paper says only that he confirmed his employment with the actor.
But Gotterba's post-Travolta boyfriend, Robert Britz told the Enquirer, "Doug told me right at the beginning of our relationship that he'd had a homosexual relationship with John Travolta in the 1980s. Doug said John was constantly grabbing at his genital area, but he put up with John's sexual advances because working for him was 'lucrative.'"
Britz said he was shown a home video of Gotterba and Travolta in a hotel room. "I personally saw about two minutes of Doug's home video showing John Travolta sitting at the end of a bed with his shirt off. There were plates of food in front of him. The video appeared to be shot in a hotel room. Doug made it clear that it was very lucrative for him to be what he called John's 'personal right hand man' and homosexual partner," he said.
But Britz says Gotterba told him the relationship with Travolta was too much and he became turned off by John's "hairy body" and his weight gain between movies, which Gotterba said made him 'huge.'
That's not very nice.
"After a few years, Doug grew apart from John sexually, and John's advances eventually started to repulse him," Britz said. "The relationship ended shortly thereafter."
And while Travolta was peaking in his Hollywood superstardom status, author Wensley Clarkson claims his team scrambled to hide his homosexuality by setting him up on a date with 16-year-old starlet Brooke Shields.
"The supposed relationship reached a head when John was being interviewed by a magazine journalist and just happened to take two lovey-dovey phone calls from Brooke during the interview," Clarkson wrote in his 1997 biography John Travolta: Back in Character.
"Close friends of John knew perfectly well there was no romance with Brooke. But the rumors certainly helped to improve John's image."
Gotterba, 60, now owns a private jet company out of Santa Barbara, California.
Travolta married Kelly Preston in 1991 and is fighting two lawsuits from masseurs who claim he became sexually aggressive with them during massages.
AXL ROSE ROBBED: Police say Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose was robbed of three gold-and-diamond necklaces worth some $200,000 after the hard rock band's concert in Paris.
Apparently Axl Rose is a rapper now.
A Paris police spokesman said Wednesday that Rose was fuming after the theft during a private gathering after the band's show at Bercy stadium the previous night.
Well, of course he was fuming. This is a guy who throws tantrums when his Tic Tacs aren't the right color.
Judicial police are investigating. Speaking on condition of anonymity because of office policy, the spokesman said it didn't appear Rose was wearing the necklaces at the time.
The group's website says they are scheduled to play in Moenchengladbach, Germany, on Friday before returning to France as part of a tour of Europe and Israel that runs through July 22.
TAYLOR SWIFT MADE JOHN MAYER MAD: John Mayer isn't happy with Taylor Swift.
Swift has never revealed her target in the scathing song "Dear John," but Mayer's pretty sure it was about him -- and he doesn't think that's cool.
In a new Rolling Stone interview, Mayer called "Dear John" cheap songwriting and said it made him feel terrible -- and he didn't deserve it.
"I'm pretty good at taking accountability now, and I never did anything to deserve that. It was a really lousy thing for her to do," he said. "I never got an email. I never got a phone call. I was really caught off guard, and it really humiliated me at a time when I'd already been dressed down. I mean, how would you feel if, at the lowest you've ever been, someone kicked you even lower?"
Well, gosh John. If you date a teenager, maybe it's reasonable to expect her to act like a teenager.
Swift's song from the multiplatinum "Speak Now" album takes down a former boyfriend. Swift has never confirmed that the pair dated and when asked pointedly refused to say that song was about Mayer.
Mayer's "Born and Raised," his first album in three years, debuted as the nation's best-selling album last week. It marked a return after undergoing vocal cord surgery and more notably, a torrent of negative criticism after a Playboy interview in which he spoke explicitly about his former girlfriend Jessica Simpson's bedroom skills, took what seemed to be pot shots at another famous ex, Jennifer Aniston, and used of the N-word.
He apologized at the time, and in the Rolling Stone article, talks about making a conscious decision to remove himself from the spotlight after years of courting publicity.
"I just don't think I'm supposed to be in people's faces all the time" he said. "I made it about me. ... People were like, 'Dude -- no. I like some of your songs. But get out of the frame.' People got upset I considered myself in, like, the top 10 male celebrities or something. It's like, 'No, you're the guy I listen to when I make omelets.'"
JUNE 7 IN HISTORY
Thursday is June 7, the 159th day of 2012. There are 207 days left in the year.
1654: King Louis XIV, age 15, was crowned in Rheims, 11 years after the start of his reign.
1712: Pennsylvania's colonial assembly voted to ban the further importation of slaves.
1769: Frontiersman Daniel Boone first began to explore present-day Kentucky.
1776: Richard Henry Lee of Virginia proposed to the Continental Congress a resolution stating "That these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States, that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown."
1862: William Bruce Mumford, a Confederate loyalist, was hanged at the order of Union military authorities for tearing down a U.S. flag that had been flying over the New Orleans mint shortly before the city was occupied by the North.
1892: Homer Plessy, a "Creole of color," was arrested and fined for refusing to leave a whites-only car of the East Louisiana Railroad; his case went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which at the time upheld "separate but equal" racial segregation, a concept overturned in 1954 by Brown v. Board of Education.
1929: The sovereign state of Vatican City came into existence as copies of the Lateran Treaty were exchanged in Rome.
1937: Actress Jean Harlow died in Los Angeles at age 26.
1942: The World War II Battle of Midway ended in a decisive victory for American forces over the Imperial Japanese.
1967: The Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic opened in San Francisco.
1972: The musical "Grease" opened on Broadway, having already been performed in lower Manhattan.
1981: Israeli military planes destroyed a nuclear power plant in Iraq, a facility the Israelis charged could have been used to make nuclear weapons.
1998: In a crime that shocked the nation, James Byrd Jr., a 49-year-old black man, was hooked by a chain to a pickup truck and dragged to his death in Jasper, Texas. (Two white men were later sentenced to death for the crime; a third received life with the possibility of parole.)
2002: A yearlong hostage crisis in the Philippines involving a U.S. missionary couple came to a bloody end as Filipino commandos managed to save only one of three captives, American Gracia Burnham. Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel was convicted in Norwalk, Conn., of beating Greenwich neighbor Martha Moxley to death when they were 15 in 1975. (Skakel, who continues to maintain his innocence, was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison.)
2007: At the G-8 summit in Germany, Russian President Vladimir Putin, bitterly opposed to a U.S. missile shield in Europe, presented President George W. Bush with a surprise counterproposal built around a Soviet-era radar system in Azerbaijan; Bush promised to consider the idea, but ended up essentially rejecting it. After three days in jail for a reckless-driving probation violation, Paris Hilton was released by Los Angeles County sheriff's officials to be sent home under house arrest. (The next day, a judge ordered Hilton back to jail, where she spent 2½ weeks.)
2011: Moammar Gadhafi stood defiant in the face of the heaviest and most punishing NATO airstrikes to date, declaring in an audio address carried on Libyan state television, "We will not kneel!" Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, the al-Qaida mastermind behind the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, was killed at a security checkpoint in Mogadishu by Somali forces. NBC retained its hold on U.S. Olympic television rights in a four-games deal through 2020 worth nearly $4.4 billion, defeating rival bids from ESPN and Fox.
Singer Tom Jones (72), actor Ken Osmond ("Leave It to Beaver") (69), former talk show host Jenny Jones (66), actor Liam Neeson (60), actress Colleen Camp (59), actor William Forsythe (57), record producer L.A. Reid (56), singer-songwriter Prince (54), rock singer-musician Gordon Gano (The Violent Femmes) (49), rapper Ecstasy (Whodini) (48), rock musician Eric Kretz (Stone Temple Pilots) (46), rock musician Dave Navarro (45), TV personality Bear Grylls (38), tennis player Anna Kournikova (31), actor Michael Cera (24), actress Shelley Buckner (23).
-- Associated Press