With competition like Amanda Bynes and Lindsay Lohan, it's no wonder that Rihanna's irresponsible behavior goes largely ignored. However, a judge isn't letting it go: The singer was just slapped with a $47,050 fine for failing to appear for a deposition in a lawsuit with her accountants.
Rihanna has blown off the interview more than once, which is doubly weird considering she is the one who filed the lawsuit against them, according to TMZ. A judge has ordered her to show up in August, and if she doesn't her case could be dismissed entirely.
The pop star seems to do everything on her own timeline, regularly showing up late to her own concerts. She even made fans wait for three hours in Monaco this month.
But we should not expect much from a woman whose last album was entitled "Unapologetic."
A man who violated a restraining order by tweeting Ashanti more than 100 times last weekend has been indicted for stalking and harassment.
Producers are reportedly not interested in casting Tara Reid in "Sharknado 2" but they will be recasting Ian Ziering.
The owner of Chinga Chang Records reportedly paid to restore the driveway that Amanda Bynes scorched last week. The label hopes to produce her next record.
DMX was busted on a suspected DUI in South Carolina on Friday night.
Justin Bieber just can't stop spitting; this time he dropped a loogie on a crowd of fans below his Toronto hotel balcony.
Actress Génesis Rodríguez ("The Last Stand") is 26.
Actress Allison Mack ("Wilfred") is 31.
Musician Danger Mouse is 36.
Actor Josh Radnor ("How I Met Your Mother") is 39.
Actor Stephen Dorff ("Immortals") is 40.
Documentarian Ken Burns ("The Central Park Five") is 60.
Fashion mentor Tim Gunn ("Project Runway") is 60.
Bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee of Rush is 60.
Singer Patti Scialfa of the E Street Band is 60.
Actor Tony Sirico ("The Sopranos") is 71.
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