Shia LaBeouf’s “#IAMSORRY” Collaborators Confirm Rape Claim

  • Shia LaBeouf’s “#IAMSORRY” collaborators are confirming his claim that he was raped by a woman who attended the performance art show earlier this year. Nastja Säde Rönkkö, speaking on behalf of herself and Luke Turner, tweeted: “A couple of important clarifications about our #IAMSORRY project earlier this year: Nowhere did we state that people could do whatever they wanted to Shia during #IAMSORRY. As soon as we were aware of the incident starting to occur, we put a stop to it and ensured that the woman left.” [The Guardian]
  • Blowhard Piers Morgan, meanwhile, says that Shia’s rape claim is an insult to real victims. [Twitter]
  • Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is a married woman. The pickle-loving mother of two married Jionni LaValle on Saturday, surrounded by family and friends, including bridesmaid and fellow “Jersey Shore” castmate JWoww. [People]
  • Maria Shriver is not super stoked about Miley Cyrus dating her son, Patrick Schwarzenegger. [NY Daily News]
  • Paul Walker’s daughter Meadow shared a sweet baby photo with her dad, one year after his dead in a car accident. [Us Weekly]
  • Christian Bale says George Clooney should stop “whining” about the paparazzi because it’s “boring,” which is kind of rich coming from a guy who’s known for having a volatile temper. [Us Weekly]
  • Lauren Conrad and her “Laguna Beach” bestie Lo Bosworth attending their 10-year high school reunion this weekend. [Us Weekly]
  • Elizabeth Lauten, a Republican congressional staffer, has resigned from her position after making comments about Sasha and Malia Obama lacking “class.” [Jezebel]
  • Sixty-two-year-old Mickey Rourke won a boxing match in Russia somehow, for some reason. Oh wait, turns out the guy was homeless and probably paid to lose. Gross. [Dlisted; Gawker]
  • Abigail Breslin, aka Olive from “Little Miss Sunshine,” wrote a song called “You Suck” about her ex-boyfriend from some band called 5SOS and this is all just too teenage for me to care about. [DListed]
  • Madonna looks scary on not one, not two, but three Interview magazine covers. [ONTD]