What is it about little-known celebrities and air travel? First, Gerard Depardieu urinates all over an aisle, and now Michael Colyar has accused United Airlines of racism.

The actor, best known for his role in 2005's Barbershop, says he was booted from a flight in the Dulles Airport this week because he sought to file a complaint after receiving a dirty look from a stewardess, which allegedly resulted from Colyar's refusal to move his luggage.

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The Cleveland party bus driver who claims Matthew Fox assaulted her is not backing away from the allegations. In fact, she's definitely pressing charges.

Heather Bormann says Fox "smelled like a bar" and was likely drunk when she warned him several times to stop trying to get on the party bus Saturday.

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Former NBA player Javaris Crittenton has been arrested on murder charges.

The fugitive from justice was trying to board an airplane in Orange County, Calif. Crittenton had checked in for a flight to Atlanta Monday night, where his lawyer said he was going to surrender in the murder case against him.

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Already enemies with Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green, Shia LaBeouf didn't exactly make new friends on Friday night at a party in Los Angeles.

A witness tells Life & Style that the Transformers star endured a "public meltdown" of some kind, picking up a water bottle and shooting "a mouthful of water all over his seated date's legs. Then, he put more water in his mouth and started spitting it all over his tablemates, including Marilyn Manson."

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Javaris Crittenton, the former shooting guard for Georgia Tech University and the Washington Wizards, is officially a wanted man.

The 24-year old is accused of killing Jullian Jones on August 19, a mother of four, in a botched attempt to retaliate against the person who robbed him in April. Considered "armed and dangerous" by the Atlanta police, authorities have released the following poster of Crittenton:

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