Today's Evil Beet Gossip

Jason Wahler’s in Jail


I actually feel bad for the guy. He got sober, cleaned his act up, and worked things out with Lauren.

But the law’s the law, and Jason’s paying the price for his April arrest in Seattle. He was sentenced to 30 days, but will probably only do 20 of them.

Says his rep:

“He has been through rehabilitation, done community service and has been attending AA meetings. He would like to be an example to young people to make them realize that there are consequences for bad behavior. He is making amends and looks forward to continuing success in his career.”

I can’t wait to watch this shit go down on The Hills!

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Elisha Cuthbert rocks the animal print with a cigarette. [INO]

Is everyone psyched for the new season of Nip/Tuck? [popbytes]

Wow! If every 17-year-old I gave head to when I was 15 had to go to prison for 2 years … kidding!! (Sorta.) [Bossip]

BREAKING! THE HILLS MAY BE FAKE!!!! Check out this interview with Gavin. [The Blemish]

Check out video of the Jessica Biel Umbrella Incident. [Ninja Dude]

Amy Winehouse: still crazy. [Celebitchy]

Look out! Jessica Alba’s got a lookalike! [DListed]

The Britney Spears Custody Hearing is Today!

Britney Spears Custody Hearing Today, October 26

There will be absolutely no recording devices allowed in the courtroom, much to the disappointment of K-Fed, who wants Britney’s words on tape because “during Britney’s last court appearance, her words to the Commissioner sounded sincere but they were dripping with sarcasm.”

Brit spent the day before the trial running errands with her two boys, hitting up a pumpkin patch and a swings store.

Now You, Too, Can Learn the Parenting Secrets of Britney Spears’ Mother

Lynne Spears, Britney’s Mom, to Release Parenting Book


Lynne Spears is writing a parenting book.

Britney Spears’ mother Lynne Spears is writing a book on parenting for Christian publisher Thomas Nelson.

“We’ve signed her to a deal,” a spokesman for Thomas Nelson tells Us. The book, which will be coming out next Mother’s Day is titled Pop Culture Mom: A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World.

“It’s a parenting book that’s going to have faith elements to it. I don’t think it’s totally been written yet,” says the publisher’s rep, who expects the manuscript by December.

What parenting secrets do you think Lynne Spears has to share with the world?

That’s like asking Tonya Harding to write a book called How to Win at the Olympics or Look Good Trying.