Rihanna flirting with a disaster (named Chris Brown)

Getty Images File PhotoRihanna and Chris Brown were reportedly caught kissing on camera this past Saturday.

Getty Images File PhotoRihanna and Chris Brown were reportedly caught kissing on camera this past Saturday.

As that wise sage Dr. Phil McGraw often notes, “The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior.”

Rihanna must not watch daytime TV, because she apparently has gone back to admitted woman-beater and all-around loser Chris Brown. They have been seen together a lot lately, and were caught smooching on camera Saturday.

It’s one thing to go back to any man who brutalized you, but yet another to go back to this guy.

Radar claims Brown called a fan a “f****t” after he asked him for an autograph. The gutsy guy then reportedly shot back with “wife-beater!” and asked him when he was going to beat Rihanna again.

“I beat [a bad word for a part of the female anatomy]!” yelled Brown.

On Sunday, Rihanna tweeted, “Forgiveness wins.”

Forgiveness 1, Rihanna 0.

FATHER KNOWS BEST

So much has been happening with Lindsay Lohan on a daily basis that it is hard to keep up, but here’s the latest: She has made up with her home-away-from-home, the Chateau Marmont, which had previously 86’d her for unpaid bills.

The hit-and-run case she was facing in N.Y. was thrown out.

And finally, her dad, Michael Lohan, reportedly staged an intervention with her on Friday and wants to have her put under a conservatorship, just like Britney Spears. Daddy Lohan corralled her lawyers and managers to attend, but LiLo called the cops and tried to have them busted for trespassing. Emails that TMZ obtained said her dad is accusing her of drinking more than a bottle of vodka a day and abusing pills, all of which LiLo denies.

Lohan is confident that the courts will see through her dad’s charges. “They would have a hard time believing the claims of someone who was investigated for insider trading, arrested for domestic violence multiple times, arrested for assault, has a drunk driving arrest, and has been in and out of jail and prison for years,” TMZ quotes her as saying.

She claims it’s all a publicity stunt and that she is going to get an order of protection against her pop. Stay tuned.

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QUICK TAKES

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  • Beyoncé and Jay-Z attempted to trademark their daughter’s name, Blue Ivy, but instead crossed swords with an established party planning company of the same name.
  • AMC has finally been restored to the Dish Network.
  • Two members of Russia’s Pussy Riot have been sent to harsh Soviet-era prison camps.

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