Sideshow: Justin, Justin, Justin

The cast of "Sister Wives": Kody Brown with significant others (from left) Robyn, Christine, Meri, and Janelle. TLC
The cast of "Sister Wives": Kody Brown with significant others (from left) Robyn, Christine, Meri, and Janelle. TLC
Posted: January 14, 2014

Justin, Justin, Justin

The Bieb's nabes say they've got a new video of the 19-year-old pop star, but not exactly of the music variety. The L.A. Sheriff's Department says Justin Bieber is being investigated for allegedly throwing eggs at a neighbor's home. Could mean misdemeanor vandalism and assault crime charges. The neighbor, who was sitting on the balcony in the gated community with his daughter, says they videotaped the incident. In October, prosecutors declined to charge Bieber after a neighbor complained he drove recklessly through the area. The Bieb and his reps aren't talking.

Polygamy, anyone?

Sister Wives reality stars Kody Brown and his four wives cried last month when a federal judge struck down key parts of Utah's polygamy laws, the result of a lawsuit filed by the families in 2011. But they didn't take a victory lap around their Las Vegas compound. The pain and suffering from having to flee prosecution in Utah is a lingering memory, says Brown. Still, the family would like to return some day. No word yet on whether the Utah Attorney General's Office will appeal.

Heartthrob in hot water

Partridge Family hottie David Cassidy is out on $15,000 bail after his arrest for suspicion of drunk driving near Los Angeles International Airport. Seems the highway patrol smelled alcohol on his breath when they pulled him over for making an illegal turn. The 63-year-old former teen idol has been on a rough road lately. He was charged with DUI in New York last year and in Florida in 2010. Go get help, please.

Not funny, but . . .

Cancel Jimmy Kimmel? At least that's what the 105,000 people who signed a petition think the White House should do. During a show in October, Kimmel asked young children how the U.S. gov should repay debt to China. One boy said, "Kill everyone in China." Ack, out of the mouths of babes. The White House says Kimmel and ABC apologized. And it's not like it can force the show off the air. You know, that Constitution and free speech thing.


This column includes material from Inquirer wire services.

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