Lindsay Lohan has been cleared of all charges after she was accused of hitting a member of staff at the Betty Ford Center last December.
Lindsay Lohan has been cleared of all charges in her criminal battery investigation.
The troubled actress was alleged to have lashed out at Dawn Holland, a member of staff at the Betty Ford Center - where she was being treated for drug abuse as part of a court-ordered rehabilitation programme - last December but the Riverside County, California, district attorney has now decided not to pursue the claims.
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Ex-rocker John Hall has kicked longtime Republican lawmaker SUE KELLY out of office in America's Congressional race.
Hall, who wrote the 1970s pop tunes STILL THE ONE and Dance With Me with his group ORLEANS, had his shock victory for the Democratic Party confirmed in upstate New York yesterday (08NOV06).
His election campaign had included benefits by a string of musicians including Bonnie Raitt, Steve Earle, PETE SEEGER and Jackson Browne.
Hall said, "When I make a record, it's 110 per cent, when I run for office, it's 110 per cent."
He closed his victory speech by singing Steven Van Zandt's song I AM A PATRIOT.
British heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles could be crowned king in a multi-faith ceremony, a senior church official has sensationally revealed.
Canon John Hall, the dean-elect of London's Westminster Abbey where the ceremony would take place, claims the traditional Christian ceremony should be altered to incorporate the country's multi-cultural population.
He says, "It must be different in some ways because of the nature of society and how things have changed.
"We need to recognise the reality of religion at the heart of our national life.
"Rather than hold it possessively, it has become possible to help to create space for other religions within our national life. It is leading to inclusion and cohesion."
However, a spokeswoman for the Prince insists, "No discussions have taken place between (Royal household) Clarence House and Canon John Hall."
Queen Elizabeth II's son has already made it clear he would like to be "defender of faith", rather than "defender of the faith (Christianity)" when he succeeds to the throne.
Johnnie (Smallhorne), a wiry and intense construction foreman, works for his Uncle Trump (Chris O'Neill) alongside a boisterous bunch of Irish illegals who spend their spare time drinking beer, doing coke, playing poker, and slapping a field hockey ball around in the Bronx park near where they live.
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