Justin Bieber escapes charges

Dominique Charriau/WireImageGwyneth Paltrow launches the Printemps Christmas Decorations Inauguration In Paris at Printemps Haussmann on November 7

Dominique Charriau/WireImageGwyneth Paltrow launches the Printemps Christmas Decorations Inauguration In Paris at Printemps Haussmann on November 7

Justin Bieber is apparently the Teflon bon vivant; he won’t face charges for allegedly threatening and spitting on his Southern California neighbor after all.

An angry cohabitant in a gated community in Calabasas had confronted J-Bib after he allegedly tore down the street one too many times, possibly endangering little kids and setting a few squirrels on edge.

According to the Georgia Daily News, prosecutors called the pop star’s behavior “disproportionate and immature,” but said it “did not rise to the level of a criminal threat.”

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First responders on the scene of Cory Monteith’s death say they found “a spoon with drug residue and a used hypodermic needle” and two empty bottles of Champagne.

Amanda Bynes’ mother told People magazine that “99 percent” of the things said about her daughter in the media are “false or misleading.”

Brooke Shields claims that during her divorce to Andre Agassi, he told her, “Be happy we don’t have children or I would not have made this easy for you.” Nice.

A Halloween costume of Miley Cyrus at the VMAs is flying off the shelves, according to Amazon.

Facebook is building a living complex next to its offices to further pamper (and perhaps completely absorb) its staff.

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Singer Jon Secada is 51.

Actor Christoph Waltz (“Django Unchained”) is 57.

Actress Susan Sarandon is 67.

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