1/11/13 Justin Bieber Being Sued

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Friday, January 11, 2013
Last week, a 29-year-old paparazzi photographer named Chris Guerra was hit by a car and killed while trying to shoot video of JUSTIN BIEBER being pulled over in his Ferrari. (--To add insult to injury, Bieber wasn't even in the car. His buddy LIL TWIST was driving.) --And now, CHARLIE SHEEN is donating $12,000 to cover Guerra's funeral expenses. He says, quote, "A tragic incident like this erases the line between the photographer and the subject.”
JUSTIN BIEBER is being sued by an ex-bodyguard . . . for BEATING ON HIM.  --And to make this lawsuit even more ridiculous, this guy is one of those former Israeli military guys who are very popular in the bodyguarding world. --The dude's name is Moshe Benabou, and he worked for Justin from March of 2011 to October of 2012. And he claims Justin was ABUSIVE. During one incident, he claims Justin berated him and punched him in the chest multiple times. --He's seeking unspecified damages for assault and battery . . . plus $420,000 in unpaid overtime.
"New York Times Magazine" has a piece on what a NIGHTMARE LINDSAY LOHAN was to work with on the set of her latest movie, "The Canyons". And it includes this revelation: --Director PAUL SCHRADER actually FIRED Lindsay because she was frequently not showing up for work. She was so freaked out that she actually hunted Schrader down at his hotel. --A source says, quote, "Lohan began to cry and begged for another chance. She pounded on doors until she found Schrader's room. --As she banged on his door, she texted him manically . . . Lohan stayed out in the hall sobbing for another 90 minutes before she finally left." Obviously, though, she succeeded in winning her job back. --And then there's this: One day Lindsay and her co-star, male porno star JAMES DEEN, were filming a scene in which Deen throws Lindsay to the ground. --After they were done, someone complimented Lindsay's work . . . and she said, quote, "Well, I've got a lot of experience with that from my dad."