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More trouble for Bieber, Beyonce gets tapped


Really? Seriously? Justin Bieber can’t be in trouble again, but it seems he is. L.A. County sheriff’s deputies are investigating the singer after witnesses in his Calabasas neighborhood reported the pop singer driving at freeway speeds on local streets.

One of those to complain was former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson.

Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said the case will be investigated and presented to the LA County district attorney’s office for a possible criminal filing. According to RadarOnline, it’s a case of mistaken identity. A source close to the hub-bub says it was rapper Tyler, The Creator behind the wheel.

Don’t touch

Beyonce was busy singing Irreplaceable at a Monday night show in Copenhagen when a male fan in a black T shirt got a little too cheeky for comfort. Bey was reaching out to touch the hands of audience members (as seen on YouTube), and this guy actually had the gall to tap her on her famed booty. The singer didn’t seem too upset, saying in a joking tone that she would have him escorted out. It is unclear what happened to this guy once outside of the concert arena.


Fact: Supermodels don’t stay single long. UsWeekly reports that Anne V (Vyalitsyna if you really wanna know) is dating New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey.

The two met by chance in an elevator at Madison Square Garden earlier this month, according to his Tweet, and the two hockey fans went public at a NY Rangers game last week.

If you keep up with such things, Anne V reportedly blindsided Adam Levine last year with a quickie breakup. We never worry about him, though. The Maroon 5 singer and The Voice judge/coach has rebounded with Sports Illustrated stunner Nina Agdal. Pre Nina, Adam was hot and somewhat heavy with yet another Victoria’s Secret babe Behati Prinsloo.

Need a scorecard yet? Just wait. Like Levine, Leonardo DiCaprio likes his women lingerie-ready. The Great Gatsby star was photographed Sunday in Nice, France, looking tres cozy with German VS catwalker Toni Garrn.

Liar, liar

Amanda Bynes has a colorful imagination, says NYPD Deputy Commissioner Paul J. Browne. He told TMZ that the actress’ allegations (on Twitter) that a police officer inappropriately touched her while she was getting arrested last week are false.

“Investigators have found no evidence to corroborate Ms. Bynes’s allegations,” Browne told the site. “To the contrary, a credible civilian witness who was with the officers throughout told investigators that none touched Ms. Bynes inappropriately or otherwise engaged in misconduct at any time.”

On the shelves

In literary bachelorette news, publishers dished the title of Helen Fielding’s latest. Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy continues the comic saga of the diary writer’s adventures. Start eating, Renee Zellweger!

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