Keith Olbermann rounds up tabloid and entertainment news every night on “Keeping Tabs.” On Tuesday, Jan. 30 he said this:
Paris files lawsuit
Miss Hilton has filed a federal lawsuit against the people behind ParisExposed.com. The Website, for a fee of nearly 40 dollars, is giving people with too much free time on their hands virtual access to Hilton’s storage facility, literally. The hotel heiress failed to pay a 200 dollar storage bill. The storage space and its contents went up for a foreclosure auction. Contents sold for 10 million dollars.
Voila, here is where the Internet comes in. Miss Hilton is asking for compensatory and punitive damages, and an injunction to stop the Website, which shows subscribers more sex tapes and raunchy photos, diary entries, audio tapes of private conversation, even sensitive medical records? What, she is made out of recycled sneakers?
Lohan's 'anonymous' AA meetings
Speaking of invasions of privacy, Lindsay Lohan is reportedly making more enemies in rehab than friends. Last week we told you she was making waves at the Wonderland Rehabilitation Facility because she was allowed to come and go pretty much as she pleased. Now other participants in her AA meetings are also upset with her, so upset, this is according to the British tabloid “The Sun.” Why so upset? Because every time she shows up to a meeting the paparazzi is in tow, snapping pictures of everyone, which would make it hard to keep the Alcoholics Anonymous meetings anonymous.
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