LOHAN: Actress Lindsay Lohan was handcuffed and held briefly on $100,000 bail Wednesday after a Los Angeles judge revoked the former child star's probation.
Judge Stephanie Sautner said Lohan's firing from her community service at the Downtown Women's Center violated the terms of her probation and said Lohan will not get credit for time she has spent volunteering with the Red Cross, E! News reported.
"No one has the power to change my sentence," Sautner said. "Not the volunteer center and not probation. She is not getting credit for any time at the American Red Cross."
Lohan was immediately handcuffed despite her attorney's request that Lohan not be cuffed in open court.
She posted bail in less than an hour and was released from custody.
The judge ordered Lohan to return to court Nov. 2.
"Lindsay is hoping this matter will be resolved on Nov. 2 and the court will reinstate probation and allow her to continue fulfilling her community service," Lohan representative Steve Honig said in a statement to E! News.
Lohan pleaded guilty in May to stealing a necklace from a jewelry store in Venice, Calif.
BELAFONTE: A spokesman for Harry Belafonte says the 84-year-old actor and singer wasn't sleeping during a television interview last week -- he was mediating.
Belafonte was waiting to do an early-morning satellite feed interview Friday with KBAK-TV, Bakersfield, Calif., when he appeared to doze off. Anchor Layla Santiago tried to rouse him with "good morning" and even a little singing, The Hollywood Reporter said Tuesday.
Celebrity publicist Ken Sunshine said his client was just taking a moment to rest, the industry magazine reported.
"After weeks of literally hundreds of interviews promoting his HBO documentary, memoir and CD, Mr. Belafonte had an early-morning satellite TV tour this past Friday. True to form, there was a technical glitch in the feed to a local station in Bakersfield, CA. His earpiece wasn't working, so he decided to take the time to mediate before the rest of his Day-O," Sunshine said in a statement. '"Mr. Belafonte is 84 years young, but sharper and more awake than most who have been interviewing him. Maybe the world would be a better place if more people took a moment to meditate."
In an interview last the weekend, Sarandon -- who has never been shy about expressing her political views -- discussed her 1995 film, "Dead Man Walking," based on a book by Sister Helen Prejean that condemns the death penalty. Newsday reported Sarandon told the interviewer she sent a copy of the book to the pope, saying, in an apparent off-hand comment, "The last one, not this Nazi one we have now."
Catholic League President Bill Donohue said Sarandon's comment showed willful ignorance.
"The fact is that Joseph Ratzinger (the pope) was conscripted at the age of 14 into the Hitler Youth, along with every other young German boy," Donohue said in a release. "Unlike most of the other teenagers, Ratzinger refused to go to meetings, bringing economic hardship to his family. Moreover, unlike most of the others, he deserted at the first opportunity."
Donohue said: "Sarandon's comment is obscene. Sadly, it's what we've come to expect from her."
MASTERSON: Actors Danny Masterson and Bijou Phillips got married in a formal wedding in a castle in Tipperary, Ireland, their spokesman said.
The setting for the Tuesday wedding was a nod to Masterson's Irish heritage, the spokesman told People magazine.
Masterson, perhaps most widely known for his role as Steven Hyde in TV's "That '70s Show", and Phillips, the youngest daughter of the late John Phillips of The Mamas & the Papas, have been dating for eight years and appeared together in movies, including "Made for Each Other" and "The Bridge to Nowhere."
Phillips, 31, wore a custom Zac Posen gown and Masterson, 35, wore a suit by Albert Hammond Jr. for Confederacy.
Masterson proposed to Phillips in 2009.