Here's a story, of a lovely lady, that we didn't expect to write about today:

Florence Henderson, forever known as the matriarch on The Brady Bunch, cheated on her husband in the 1960s with John Lindsay, the Mayor of New York City at the time... and the one-night stand resulted in an outbreak of crabs.

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Tobey Maguire never predicted he'd be ensnared in this kind of web.

The actor was part of high-stakes poker games involving Hollywood's biggest stars, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.

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We've love to give Chris Brown the benefit of the doubt, but to the extent that you can interpret one Tweet, he simply doesn't come across as sincere.

In his "apology" for dropping a gay slur at a bunch of photographers yesterday, the singer writes that he has "total respect for [the] Gay community."

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Whitey Bulger, a Boston mob boss whose criminal dealings took on an aura of legend and who was once number one on the FBI's Most Wanted List, was finally arrested Wednesday night in Southern California after 16 years on the loose.

The 82-year-old gangster (real name James Bulger) was wanted for his alleged role in at least 19 murders as a ruthless mob boss and FBI informant.

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Lindsay Lohan tested positive for alcohol earlier this month, according to reports, and will appear in L.A. County Superior Court today to face the music.

The Probation Department reportedly wants her in jail, and will ask Judge Stephanie Sautner to yank her out of house arrest and throw her in the clink.

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John Galliano entered a courtroom in Paris today to face charges of "public insults based on origin, religious affiliation, race or ethnicity."

The former head of Christian Dior faces a possible sentencing of six months in jail for hurling anti-Semitic remarks at a Jewish couple in France this February. He told them he loved Hitler and made references to how their people were "gassed."

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Last week, an inmate named Dexter Isaac said music producer James Rosemond paid him $2,500 in 1994 to rob iconic rapper Tupac Shakur.

That may or may not be true, but Rosemond was arrested yesterday on different charges: the head of Czar Entertainment has been booked for narcotics distribution and money laundering.

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Hey, yo, Scott Hall is headed to jail.

The former WWE/WCW/TNA star will spend two days behind bars for his role in a Florida bar argument last May, as Hall was arrested for being uncooperative with police when they intervened to stop him from screaming at fellow patrons.

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