The tragic death of Philip Seymour Hoffman is still under investigation…
Which is prompting one of the alleged heroin dealers who was arrested following the actor's passing to speak out.
Robert Vineberg, reaching press from Rikers Island where he is currently being held on felony drug possession charges, is now confessing that he and the late actor were friends who bonded over their mutual struggles with drug addiction!
On top of that, Robert is revealing that he believes he's been made a "scapegoat" in the case that's yet to be cracked involving his "friend."
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Kristen Stewart has been vilified by Twi-hards (and pretty much everyone else) across the country for cheating on their beloved Robert Pattinson — and she's not happy about it!
Although she regrets making "the biggest mistake" of her life, she is peeved that SHE is being painted as the bad guy in this situation and not Rupert Sanders!
Not only was he the married one, but she also believes he was
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Uh-oh! We had a feeling that this whole mess was going to be a little less-than-amicable, but looks like someone isn't wasting any time!
Julie Taymor filed a lawsuit last week regarding her abrupt firing as director from the so-bad-it's-just-bad, accident-prone, $65 million musical Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, under claims that the production has infringed upon her creative input, and now, she's lashing out at her collaborators, Bono and The Edge, and asserts that they used her as a scapegoat to escape the bad press they were receiving for all of the injuries and delays!
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Naomi Campbell is finally speaking out about testifying at Charles Taylor's war crimes trial last month.
The supermodel, who's still pissed about being subpoenaed, thinks the only reason prosecutors wanted her their was to get the case some publicity.
She told Sky News:
What you need to understand - I wasn't on trial - I was forced through a subpoena to testify. Nothing to do with me. This trial has been going on for how many years? No one cared to write about it. You bring Naomi Campbell to the stand, the whole world knows. So as far as I was concerned I was used as a scapegoat.
Naomi said she doesn't condone what the former Liberian president did, but added:
"I do not see why I have to sit here and hear around everywhere I go in the world that this was like my trial. I was a witness. I told and remembered what I could to my ability and it was 13 years ago."
Oh cry us a river.
If she just agreed to go in the first place without being summoned, it probably wouldn't have been that big of deal.
[Image via Fame Pictures.]
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