"Twilight" actor Bronson Pelletier -- who played a member of the wolf pack in the saga -- was arrested yesterday at the Los Angeles airport after allegedly getting drunk, getting thrown off a plane and urinating in public.
No word on whether he lifted his leg.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ, that airport police responded to a call about an unruly passenger on a plane around 11:30 a.m. When they arrived, they were told 25-year-old Pelletier was creating a disturbance on board.
Officers removed Pelletier from the plane and determined he was too intoxicated to fly, so they had him wait in the terminal for another flight. Law enforcement sources said police received a call two hours later that Pelletier was urinating by the gate.
Obviously he liked the gate and was marking his territory.
Officers then placed Pelletier under arrest for public intoxication. He was taken to jail, booked for the misdemeanor, and released shortly after.
KESHA SINGLE LOSES AIRPLAY AFTER SCHOOL MASSACRE: Kesha couldn't have released a single called "Die Young" at a worse time.
Radio stations around the country pulled the song from their rotations after news hit Friday of the school shootings in Newtown, Conn., according to TMZ.
"Die Young" was No. 3 on radio playlists on Friday (the day of the shootings), reaching 167 million listeners nationwide, according to
By Saturday, airplay dropped by 3 million listeners. By Monday, "Die Young" took a big hit on the radio, dropping down to 148 million listeners, a 19 million drop from what was a pretty steady rotation before the shootings.
TMZ reported its "music expert" said a drop of this magnitude is extremely rare. The last time a song plummeted this quickly is when the Dixie Chicks were banned from many country music stations after insulting President Bush.
MICHAEL DOUGLAS' SON INJURED IN PRISON: Michael Douglas' son had his leg and finger broke in prison, according to the Huffington Post.
Cameron Douglas is serving a nine-and-a-half year prison sentence on drug charges. The 34-year-old is recovering from his injuries after a New York crime boss reportedly put a $100 bounty on his head. According to the New York Post, getting beat up is payback for Douglas being a "rat," a title he may have earned after his psychiatrist accidentally revealed Cameron once testified against his drug suppliers.
Nice one, doc.
"He broke his femur, which is hard to snap, and had to have a rod inserted," an anonymous source told the Post. "He told health services staff that he hurt them playing handball. You don't break a femur playing handball."
Maybe if you're playing with a cannon ball.
Douglas was convicted of smuggling and selling drugs, including methamphetamine, heroin and prescription narcotics. The sentence was originally only five years, which increased after the troubled actor got caught smuggling heroin into prison.
His father remains on his side. According to Radar in 2010, Michael Douglas regularly made the 200-mile trip to visit his son despite his own battle against cancer. At the time, Michael acknowledged that his actions as "a bad father" contributed to his son's struggles, according to the UK's Daily Mail.
NICK CANNON DUMPED KIM KARDASHIAN OVER SEX TAPE: Kim Kardashian's sex tape caused Nick Cannon to dump her, the former Nickelodeon star said last week on the "Howard Stern Show."
Shouldn't we use the word "escape" instead of "dump?"
According to the Huffington Post, the 32-year-old "America's Got Talent" host, currently married to Mariah Carey, said Kardashian lied to him about the now-notorious tape, which she made with former boyfriend Ray J.
Calling Kardashian a "great businesswoman," Cannon also suggested that Kardashian may have leaked the tape herself.
"This was my issue. We talked about this tape. And she told me there was no tape. If she might have been honest with me I might have tried to hold her down and be like 'That was before me' because she is a great girl. She's actually one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. But the fact that she lied and told me that there was no tape? And I still think she might have even had a part to play with (its release)."
He talks as if Kim Kardashian wanted her terrible burden of being famous. That's really hard to believe.
BRITNEY SPEARS' RELATIONSHIP MAY BE ON THE ROCKS: Britney Spears supposedly doesn't know it, but her fiance and manager Jason Trawick is about to break up with her.
Yes, you know, and I know -- and Spears' family knows -- but Spears doesn't. At least according to Hollyscoop, which our double-secret probationary spy sources say is a "website."
A source close to the couple has told Hollyscoop that Trawick has had enough and wants out of the relationship.
"Jason has told Britney's entire family that he's planning to leave her, so that Britney will have a support system when he breaks the bad news," the source supposedly said.
Trawick is reportedly waiting for "The X Factor" to be over, because he believes she'll take the news hard, and would rather not have her deal with it while she's trying to film the show.
In other words, with him still earning whatever he earns for her showing up.
But Trawick reportedly wants to remain her manager after the break-up, according to Hollyscoop, which our researchers have definitely probably confirmed is a website. So, like Michael Corleone says, it's won't be personal. It will be business.
That should work really well, especially with someone who has a history of shaving her head and marrying the first guy she sees when the mood seizes her.
DECEMBER 19 IN HISTORY
Wednesday is Dec. 19, the 354th day of 2012. There are 12 days left in the year.
1777: Gen. George Washington led his army of about 11,000 men to Valley Forge, Pa., to camp for the winter.
1813: British forces captured Fort Niagara during the War of 1812.
1843: "A Christmas Carol," by Charles Dickens, was first published in England.
1946: War broke out in Indochina as troops under Ho Chi Minh launched widespread attacks against the French.
1950: Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower was named commander of the military forces of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
1961: Former U.S. Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., 73, suffered a debilitating stroke while in Palm Beach, Fla.
1971: "A Clockwork Orange," Stanley Kubrick's controversial movie adaptation of the Anthony Burgess novel, had its world premiere in the U.S.
1972: Apollo 17 splashed down in the Pacific, winding up the Apollo program of manned lunar landings.
1984: A fire at the Wilberg Mine near Orangeville, Utah, killed 27 people. Britain and China signed an accord returning Hong Kong to Chinese sovereignty on July 1, 1997.
1998: President Bill Clinton was impeached by the Republican-controlled House for perjury and obstruction of justice (he was later acquitted by the Senate).
2002: Secretary of State Colin Powell declared Iraq in "material breach" of a U.N. disarmament resolution. After a prosecutor cited new DNA evidence, a judge in New York threw out the convictions of five young men from Harlem in a 1989 attack on a Central Park jogger who'd been raped and left for dead. Roh Moo-hyun won South Korea's presidential election.
2011: North Korea announced the death of leader Kim Jong Il, two days after he died; North Koreans marched by the thousands to mourn their "Dear Leader" while state media proclaimed his youngest son, Kim Jong Un, a "Great Successor."
Actress Cicely Tyson (79), rhythm-and-blues singer Maurice White (Earth, Wind and Fire) (71), South Korean President Lee Myung-bak (71), actor Mike Lookinland (52), actress Jennifer Beals (49), magician Criss Angel (45), actress Kristy Swanson (43), model Tyson Beckford (42), actress Alyssa Milano (40), actor Jake Gyllenhaal (32), actress Marla Sokoloff (32).