Scoop: Is younger Spears dating older man?

Jamie Lynn Spears has kept a pretty low profile lately, raising daughter Maddie in her native Louisiana far from the spotlight. But the teen mom is making tabloid headlines again: A new report in Star magazine claims she has ditched her baby’s daddy for an older guy.
James Watson, a well-off businessman, is 28. That’s 10 years older than the “Zoey 101” star and eight years older than ex-boyfriend Casey Aldridge, who fathered 19-month-old Maddie.

“They started dating last December,” a source said. “I don’t think James cares at all about who she is. They really seem to like each other.”

He’s not a Hollywood type, but James is pretty well-equipped to pamper Jamie Lynn.

“He installs communications equipment and high-definition TVs for large corporations,” the source said. “James enjoys making money — and enjoys spending it, too.” Two excellent qualities in a man!

But what about Casey, long assumed to be the younger Spears sister’s fiance?

“Even when she was pregnant, she didn’t really see a future with him,” a pal said. “She only gave the impression of staying with him so long because it looked better in the eyes of the public.”

Well, consider us duped!

 

DJ Drama

Last week, ex-girlfriends Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson got into an altercation at L.A.’s Crown Bar, where the latter is a DJ. Now, Radar Online has an eyewitness account of what went down, and the juicy details are pretty jaw-dropping.

LiLo evidently was “in the mood for trouble” when she arrived on the scene, and allegedly she fueled up by “drinking straight out of a bottle of vodka” and “pop[ping] a couple of pills that she said were Adderal,” the source said.

“Lindsay was trying to get Sam’s attention, but she was working and studiously ignored Lindsay,” the observer said. “You could see Lindsay getting more and more worked up the more Sam didn’t pay her any attention. At one point Lindsay was dirty dancing with this really pretty girl right in front of Sam, obviously to try and make her jealous.”

Eventually, Sam “started taunting” her hard-partying ex, sneering, “Why don’t you just have another drink?” and “You’re a disgrace.” The starlet responded by throwing a drink in Sam’s face, prompting the DJ to throw some of her equipment.

“Lindsay’s friend grabbed her and pulled her away before things got even worse. She was losing control. It took her ages to calm down, and she was going off about Sam for ages,” the gawker said. “Lindsay just has absolutely no self-control when it comes to Sam. She obviously still has feelings for her and she’s totally not over her. It’s a completely toxic situation.”

Seriously, Linds, you’re teetering on restraining-order territory. Get it together and move on, girl.

 

Personal Jesus

Lovers of May-December romance and religious puns, rejoice: Madonna and Jesus are still together! Contrary to reports that the pop icon had been ditched by her Brazilian boy toy, “they looked like they were still very much an item” at a London premiere party last week, a British source told the New York Daily News.

“They were all over each other and were even kissing in front of everyone,” the onlooker said.

Though Madge stayed after model Luz left for the evening, it appeared she was waiting to chat with Tom Ford — director of “A Single Man,” the film they were feting — “but there’s no doubt she and Jesus were at the party together,” the source said. Amen to that!

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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