Lindsay Lohan could be headed to slammer following new arrest

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Louis Lanzano/APBusted: Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan might finally be looking at some serious jail time. TMZ reports that she was arrested in New York early Thursday morning for allegedly hitting a woman in the face at a club, though no one is exactly sure why.

LiLo is also reportedly going to be charged on the West Coast in three other crimes, including lying to the police after a fender-bender in Los Angeles this summer.

Lindsay Lohan being arrested outside New York club.

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Did we mention that she’s already on probation for a jewelry theft and two DUIs?

According to People magazine, the judge told Lohan that if she broke the law during her probation, she would be given at least 245 days in the slammer.

Hey, the judge said nothing about breaking four laws, though, right?

Extra-vehicular activity

Bobbi Kristina Brown may not have inherited her mom’s golden voice, but she definitely has her mom’s taste in bad boys.

Her “adopted brother” and ex, Nick Gordon, was recently arrested in Georgia for going 82 in a 35 mph zone, Gossip Cop reports.

The whole thing happened just hours after Brown herself drove her car off an embankment, virtually destroying the vehicle but thankfully escaping unscathed.

Perhaps the two were behaving recklessly due to their recent broken engagement?

I’m too sexy for democracy

North Korean “mini-me” dictator Kim Jong Un was voted Sexiest Man Alive 2012 in the Onion’s annual satire of the annual People magazine special edition.

“With his devastatingly handsome, round face, his boyish charm and his strong, sturdy frame, this Pyongyang-bred heartthrob is every woman’s dream come true,” the online publication wrote.

Somehow, though, the Chinese Communist Party newspaper the People’s Daily picked up the story and was not in on the joke, according to The New York Times.

“Finally!” some editor must have thought. “Someone else sees the raw sensuality borne from a communist dictatorship.”

The People’s Daily ran the headline irony-free with a slideshow of hot pics of the chubby emperor on horseback, surveying his troops and generally putting the “rad” in “comrade.”

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