Pauly Shore may not have had a film role in about 15 years, but he's resourceful, having caused a landslide into Wes Craven's home. That...

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Somehow finding a way to fit a vacation into his hectic work schedule, the great Pauly Shore has been hanging out in Hawaii since late last week.

That alone is enough to grab the attention of The Hollywood Gossip. But what makes this story downright unbelievable is that Pauly Shore is frolicking on the beach with his new girlfriend - a hot, bikini-clad mystery blonde - in these pics.

Shore hasn't starred in a movie you've heard of since Bio-Dome in 1996 (or maybe prior to that), and with good reason. He must have an excellent financial advisor, because his new girlfriend ain't exactly bad looking ... and he's Pauly Shore.

Pauly Shore may not eat many salads, but he loves these melons.

At least Pauly Shore has a couple of floatation devices nearby in case his pasty, pudgy ass is ever in danger of drowning ... like his career in the early '90s.


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The great Pauly Shore has not had a decent film or TV role in 15 years, so you can forgive him for getting a little desperate for attention.

But this recent publicity stunt - accidental as it may be - is something not even Spencer Pratt or Heidi Montag could come up with.

In the most random celebrity feud in some time, legendary horror director Wes Craven is suing Pauly Shore - his next door neighbor - for negligence.

In court papers obtained today by Us Weekly, Wes Craven alleges Shore did not maintain or repair his yard, and as a result, water from Shore's pool, spa and sprinklers seeped onto his property, causing a landslide on December 19, 2006.

Similar to the dispute between Bono and Billy Squire over fireplace smoke, Craven is asking Shore pay the cost to repair the damage and other related fees.

We imagine any pre-suit confrontation between the neighbors went much like the one between Shore and future Lord of the Rings star Sean Astin in their 1992 hit, Encino Man.

Basically, Pauly Shore's largely autobiographical character, "Weasel," was accused of caring about nothing other than smoking pot and hanging out.

If Shore really did this just to get the attention of a director, well, he succeeded. But there are better ways to get yourself back into the public eye, dog.

Try getting in the pants of Britney Spears. It's not that challenging, and on top of not getting sued after the fact, you get to tell magazines you railed a former pop icon wheelbarrow style.

That, or claim you're Dannielynn's daddy. It's not too late.

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