Leighton Meester Wins Lawsuit Against mum For Misusing Money On Plastic Surgery—Here's Today's Buzz

  • GettyLeighton Meester wins in court against her mother over misused funds for her sick brother.Mama drama alert! “Gossip Girl” star Leighton Meester sued her mother Constance Meester last year after the actress claimed her mum had taken the $7,500 Leighton sent for her younger brother’s medical expenses and instead used it on botox and hair extensions for herself. The starlet’s mum attempted to convince the judge Leighton had orally promised to take care of her and that’s why she spent the moola, but the judge sided with the actress.
  • George Clooney is set to direct “The Yankee Comandante,” based on a May New Yorker piece about U.S. native William Alexander Morgan who became one of the rare, prominent foreign leaders of the Cuban Revolution. We already smell Oscar.
  • Check out Miley Cyrus’ 3.5-carat Neil Lane engagement ring from fiancé Liam Hemsworth. The jeweler says he and Hemsworth “worked back and forth and it’s everything he was looking for.”
  • Samuel L. Jackson has joined the cast of the “Robocop” reboot, playing Pat Novak, “a charismatic media mogul and a powerful force in the ‘Robocop’ world.”
  • Someone call the fashion police, Kim Kardashian tweeted photos of her tight, black leather dress that fully split just before her appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” last night. The reality star then had to be sewn into the dress.
  • Watch out Tupac, Elvis is the next dead celebrity to be brought back to life to perform in hologram form.
  • See singer Jewel completely transformed as June Carter Cash for her role in the upcoming Lifetime movie based on the book, “Anchored in Love.” Jewel tweeted the photo with the caption, “Here I am as June in my trailer with her blue eyes and perfect teeth #ringoffire.” Who does June better—Jewel or Reese Witherspoon?

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