Farrah Speaks Out, Kriss Kross Dies Of Drug Overdoes And Reese Arrest Video Released!

“Amanda had called me and we had a private conversation, but it was clear to me that she was high on drugs,” Jonathan Jaxson told RadarOnline.com, in an exclusive interview. “Then, she said that she didn’t want to live anymore. I took that as that she wanted to kill herself. I freaked out.”

LANCE BASS says that statistically, one of the guys in ONE DIRECTION is probably gay.  He also says it’s really hard for a member of a boy band to come out because the fan base is 100% young women who, quote, “fantasize about these guys.”

 FARRAH ABRAHAM posted a video explaining why she released her sex tape. WATCH IT HERE.

 It sounds like KRIS KROSS rapper CHRIS KELLY was done in by drugs.  Police say he was mixing cocaine and heroin the night before his death.  Kelly’s mother is the one who found him unresponsive in his Atlanta home.  She told police he had an “extensive history of drug use.”

Dash cam video from REESE WITHERSPOON’S arrest last month in Atlanta hit the web yesterday, and it’s pretty awesome. WATCH IT HERE.

LINDSAY LOHAN showed up at a rehab facility in California yesterday, then left within MINUTES.  According to some reports, she was headed back to New York.  It’s not clear where she is now, or if she plans on checking into rehab.  But she was given until THIS MORNING to do it.



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