US Weekly scooped some serious shots of Kristen Stewart with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders recently, and it looks like trouble.
Stewart denies that she's intimately involved with Sanders, but the evidence seems to be leaning toward scandal. Sander's wife, Liberty Moss, tweeted "Wow" following the news of the alleged affair and has yet to make an official statement regarding the allegations. Robert Pattinson is also withholding comments until more information is made available regarding the racy images.
Another day, another setback for Mariah Yeater and her quest to get some of that sweet Bieber cash.
TMZ announced today that they received incriminating text messages from a friend of Yeater's proving that not only is Justin Bieber NOT the father, but the whole thing was just a baseless attempt to extort money out of the pint-sized pop star.
In the text, Yeater asks the unnamed friend to delete old texts from her mom saying her son Tristyn is actually her ex-boyfriend's child, even offering a kickback to keep things quiet.
Talk about a low-down stunt for publicity and a few dollar bills.
TMZ is reporting that Mariah Yeater, the woman who accused Justin Bieber of fathering her four-month-old son Tristyn, has quietly dropped her lawsuit against the Canadian pop star.
Yeater, along with her lawyers Lance Rogers and Matt Pare, hoped that by dismissing the paternity suit they would be spared by Bieber's attorney Howard Weitzman and his threat of a counter-lawsuit for filing a malicious claim, but Weitzman plans on going forward with the lawsuit seem unavoidable.