Lance Armstrong and Kate Hudson have reportedly split. Raffaello Follieri's moneyman Nicholas Mastronardi has a long history of dining and dashing from Times Square eateries. Lindsay Lohan stepped out for a cigarette while dining at Bar Pitti with Samantha Ronson, even though she knew 35 paparazzi were outside. Max Weiner got his pregnant wife, Vanessa von Bismarck, a $30,000 horse at the Watermill Arts Center benefit on Saturday night. Janice Dickinson may have flashed a pilot on a recent NetJets flight from L.A. to N.Y. Jeffrey Epstein supposedly spends his time in jail in Florida e-mailing various models he befriended in New York and sending them boxes of chocolate.
NBC honcho Ben Silverman may be on his way out if the network's fall lineup doesn't yield some hits. Male beachgoers in Saint-Tropez are lamenting the fact that no one sunbathes topless anymore. Tim Gunn actually worked as a judge on the first season of Project Runway for free. (He was paid only $2,500 an episode during the second season.) Shia LaBeouf was supposedly "pounding shots and acting really crazy" at an L.A. bar before he got his DUI. (He tells this month's Details magazine: "I don't know how to have one drink.") Gavin Rossdale's daughter, Daisy Lowe, will star in designer Karen Millen's ad campaign. Seth Rogan smoked a joint at the premiere of his new flick, Pineapple Express, at a hotel in San Diego, but was asked to put it out. Bar-and-lounge mogul Mark Grossich was hit with a $15,000 fine after a male service worker hit him with a discrimination suit for allegedly hiring only female hostesses. A photographer who bedded Swedish model and busted madam Sabina Johansson describes her as "really wild, very aggressive." Dana Delany joined a bridal party for some impromptu photos while partying at the Three Village Inn out in Suffolk County. Ron Wood's wife, Jo, talked to Paul McCartney's divorce lawyer after Wood admitted to running around drunk and romancing an 18-year-old Russian barmaid.