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COPS SHUT DOWN JERRY SEINFELD'S LEMONADE STAND: An angry East Hampton resident called the cops to shut down a lemonade stand set up by Jerry Seinfeld and his family last week. According to local news website, the stand was set up to raise money for Jessica Seinfeld's charity, Baby Buggy, but the neighbor was upset about the traffic it was creating in the neighborhood. Jessica shared a photo of Jerry, their son Julian, and his friends as the posed with their hands on their heads prepared to surrender. The family was told to shut it down and warned that the village code did not permit lemonade stands and other forms of peddling on its property.

WES BENTLEY WAS RECRUITED FOR SCIENTOLOGY: Wes Bentley was on the road to stardom after his role in American Beauty but his career took a nosedive because of his struggles with addiction and scientologists reportedly tried to intervene. A friend of the actor revealed to Radar Online that members of the religion attempted to recruit Wes while he was at his low point. The source said, "Shortly after his first marriage to Jennifer Quanz fell apart, solely because of his drug abuse, he was being heavily recruited into Scientology as a means to kick the drugs." The insider continued, "He counts his blessings and he's thankful he wasn't sucked into Scientology. Wes says it's a miracle he wasn't drawn in because he was so out of it that anyone could have taken advantage of him. He thought it was disgusting how after his arrest in 2008 they descended on him like vultures, right when he was at his most vulnerable. He has no beef with the church, but he does have a problem with its methods." Wes ultimately became sober on his own and is now a husband and father of two.

JUDGE JOE BROWN IS DOING JAIL TIME: Former TV star Judge Joe Brown has turned himself into police custody to carry out five days in jail. Joe is being punished for contempt of court stemming from a case in March 2014 when he was acting as a lawyer for someone negotiating child support. According to TMZ, Joe flipped out and caused a scene when the court clerk did not have any record of the case. His show ran on CBS from 1998 to 2013 and can still be seen in syndication.

DONALD TRUMP PROVES HIS HAIR IS REAL: Donald Trump held a press conference in South Carolina on Thursday (August 27th) where he put to rest the rumor that he wears a toupee. He was discussing how an L.A.-area radio host has taken to calling him "El hombre del peluquin" which means "the man of the toupee" when he told the crowd, "I don't wear a toupee. It's my hair. I swear." He then called a woman on stage to prove it and said, "We're gonna settle this. You have to do an inspection here, this is getting crazy. Just real quick. We don't want to mess it up too much because I do use hair spray." The volunteer confirmed Trump's word saying, "Yes, I believe it is."

HOUSE USED ON 'THE O.C.' IS UP FOR SALE: Anyone with a spare $6.25 million could own the ultimate piece of TV memorabilia. The house used for the exterior shots on Fox's The O.C. as the Cohen residence is on the market. It is actually located in Malibu rather than Newport and includes six bedrooms, six baths, a chef's kitchen, a pool, and a spa. The property is 6,376 square-feet.


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