Scoop! Shanna clocks Paris in nightclub spat

Shanna Moakler is living the dream: The former “Meet the Barkers” star-turned-“Dancing with the Stars” reject punched Paris Hilton in the face early Wednesday morning in uber-chic nightspot Hyde in Hollywood.

But wait, there’s more.

Moakler claims after the celebrity boxing match, Hilton’s date for the evening, Stavros Niarchos, accosted her — bending her wrists, pouring a drink on her and then shoving her down some stairs.

Both Hilton and Moakler filed police reports alleging battery. Police took pictures of the “ladies” and interviewed witnesses at the club, which included several hoofers from “Dancing with the Stars.”

“I would encourage Paris, with the consent of her attorney, to seek a restraining order against Moakler to prevent any escalation of this irrational and dangerous behavior,” Hilton’s long-suffering publicist Elliot Mintz told TMZ.com.

Not surprisingly, this little catfight is over a man. Moakler is separated from former Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker, who hooked up with Hilton several weeks ago (anentire make-out session was filmed and posted on TMZ.com). Ladies, please! Look at him! He’s not worth it!

Being Bobby Brown means being asked to leave

Meanwhile, outside Hyde, Bobby Brown was denied.

The soon-to-be-ex-Mr. Whitney Houston, who has a warrant out for his arrest for being a deadbeat dad, was told to hit the road when he tried to get into the most happening nightclub in Hollywood.

As seen on the TMZ.com footage, Hyde’s doorman decided it was his prerogative to tell the “Don’t Be Cruel” singer to take a hike.

Gawkers outside the club could not believe it, saying “You’re Bobby Brown, don’t they know who you are?” To which Brown answered, “I’m not a big celebrity or they would have let me in.”

Hey, Bobby, according to Citysearch, there’s a McDonald’s practically right next door to Hyde. They might let you in. Too bad you have a police record or we would suggest you get a job there and pay that back child support you owe.

Hot new couple alert!

Sharon Stone is channeling her inner-Demi Moore.

The 48-year-old actress was spotted cozying up to 34-year-old actor Jared Leto in a Los Angeles club.

“Sharon was in full femme-fatale mode, she looked positively radiant and Jared definitely noticed. He sauntered over to her and started chatting her up,” a witness told Life & Style Weekly. “She seemed flattered by the attention, and the two were laughing and flirting within seconds. She seemed really attracted to Jared. … The sparks were flying.”

Eva’s desperate move

It looks like San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker steppin’ out with his ex isn’t the reason things didn’t work out with Eva Longoria.

Gossip hounds are barking that, way back in March, the “Desperate Housewives” star rekindled her on-again, off-again romance with actor Mario Lopez, currently seen stomping on “Dancing with the Stars.”

“They slept together as friends,” a source told Us Weekly.

So, what’s the deal with that? Well, it appears that Longoria is a bit of a commitment-phobe and sabotages her serious relationships. The actress heard Parker was planning to propose and freaked out and began contacting her old pal Lopez. Then Parker discovered suggestive messages on Longoria’s Sidekick from Lopez.

But now, sources say Longoria has called it off with Lopez (again) and is hoping to patch things up with Parker.

“Tony and Eva are talking and trying to work it out,” the insider said.

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