Taylor Swift is using her own song lyrics to keep trespassers away from her new $17 million ocean-front mansion in Rhode Island. The warning sign on the beach reads, "I knew you were trouble when you walked in. NO TRESPASSING." The first line is, obviously, from Taylor's hit "I Knew You Were Trouble." Her neighbors probably don't find the sign very amusing. Taylor has reportedly ticked off nearby residents who claim that the superstar and her security have taken away their access to the water.
Two Big Brother contestants caught using racist and homophobic language on the show's live online 24/7 stream have been dumped -- one by her employer, the other by her modeling agency. GinaMarie Zimmerman was a pageant coordinator with East Coast USA Pageant, Inc. The company claims they were shocked that Zimmerman could "display such acts of hate and racism." In fact, they say they had urged young beauty contestant hopefuls to watch Zimmerman on the show, thinking she'd be a worthy role model. Meanwhile, Zimmerman's housemate Aaryn Gries got the boot from her modeling agency
Rapper 50 Cent has been charged with kicking his ex-girlfriend and destroying her L.A. condo. He caused $7,100 worth of damage. If convicted, Fiddy faces up to five years in jail and $46,000 in fines. At one point, he allegedly kicked down a bedroom door and ruined a TV and a chandelier.