Lindsay Lohan Checks In

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Lindsay Lohan checked into Pickford Lofts, a rehab facility set up by Lohan's attorney, Robert Shapiro. Her first-day visitors included her mother, her sister, Samantha Ronson, and her new Israeli Army cohort, Eilat Anschel. While suspended from a harness onstage, Pink fell onto a barricade in the middle of her Nurnberg, Germany, concert. She was rushed to a hospital but remained largely unharmed, though she is "seriously sore." Levi Johnston's mother started sobbing and was "very upset" when she found out he and Bristol Palin were engaged. Bristol, meanwhile, wants Tripp to have brothers and sisters, but "not right now." Bethenny Frankel's mother denies Frankel's claims that she suffered a "toxic" childhood. And Kelly Bensimon says she'll return to Real Housewives if everyone is "authentic." Adding, "If it's not authentic, I don't want to be a part of that."

John Stamos won his legal battle against the Michigan couple attempting to blackmail him with photos of Stamos surrounded by cocaine and strippers. The $1 million sexual-harassment lawsuit filed by Steven Seagal's former employee has been dismissed. Whoopi Goldberg stands by her belief that Mel Gibson is not racist. Gibson's soon-to-be ex-wife also defends him, claiming he never physically abused her. Pamela Anderson's racy PETA ad was banned in Canada. Jesse James broke down in court while talking about his childhood abuse and alcoholism.

Vogue's Fashion's Night Out will be televised on two different networks and serve as a Gossip Girl plotline. Brangelina is slated to make an appearance at Comic-Con. Susan Sarandon and her male companion of late, Jonathan Bricklin, celebrated Bastille Day with a game of pétanque at Barolo. Sarandon, however, was on crutches and had to watch from the sidelines. After vowing to end her Twitter account, LeAnn Rimes returned to tweeting after just one tweetless week. Lo Bosworth swears The Hills isn't fake. Kristin Cavallari, meanwhile, said, "Nothing you see on TV is real. Fans need to understand it's all entertainment. It's all in fun. I would never put my close friends or a real relationship on a show."