The New York Post reports that Ashley Greene and Joe Jonas broke up a few weeks ago. They'd been dating since last summer, and the Post suggests they'd drifted apart due to their different work schedules. Interestingly enough, Joe is on the cover of the April issue of Details, and he said: "I think what works about it is she really puts my feelings first. She understands my busy schedule." - NYP
The L.A. Probation Department believes Lindsay Lohan has committed another parole violation by drinking Kombucha tea, which is a fermented tea that has an alcohol content of .5%. - TMZ
Additionally, the jewelry store that supposedly had a necklace stolen by Lindsay Lohan has contacted literary agent Sharlene Martin because they want to write a book about what really happened that day. Martin supposedly told them that the necklace thievery "was a moment, not a book." - TMZ
A dispute resolution company named JAMS has concluded that Charlie Sheen's $100 million lawsuit against Chuck Lorre and Warner Bros. shouldn't be brought to trial. Instead, it will be solved over private mediation. Sheen's camp doesn't care for this development, and his lawyer, Marty Singer, has said: "Whether we go to arbitration or court, we still feel we will prevail because the facts are 100% in our favor. I can understand why Chuck Lorre wants to keep this in a secret tribunal." - Vulture
O.J. Simpson's hypothetical account of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman will be printed by a New York publisher.
A literary agent for the Goldman family has made a deal to repackage and publish If I Did It after relatives were awarded rights to the book by a federal judge in Florida last month.
Michael Wright, a spokesman for Los Angeles-based literary agent Sharlene Martin of Martin Literary Management, says, "The family and publisher have pledged to leave Simpson's manuscript entirely intact, but they will also add key commentary.
The Simpson book, in which he explains how he might have committed the killings, was not released last year as scheduled after provoking public outrage.
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