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Posted at 9:30 AM ET, 03/11/2011

Police search Charlie Sheen's home; Miley Cyrus lashes out at paparazzo; Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel split

By Jen Chaney
Charlie Sheen, restraining order-free. (AP)

Los Angeles police searched Charlie Sheen's home last night for firearms that might have violated the terms of the restraining order filed against him by ex-wife Brooke Mueller. They found one gun, an antique, and a few bullets. In related news, Mueller and Sheen have reached an agreement that nullifies that restraining order and settles the custody issues involving their sons, but the details of said agreement were not revealed. Sheen tweeted his praise of the LAPD and later added, "50 cops in my home. they all left. I'm still here. WINNING? 24/7." (Associated Press)

Miley Cyrus doesn't hesitate to let a paparazzo have it when he accidentally runs into her mom with his camera. (The Hollywood Gossip)

Reps for Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake confirm that the couple has officially split. The stars of "Valentine's Day" and "The Social Network" have been dating off and on since 2007. (People)

More morning mix, including The Situation's comedic bomb and Quentin Tarantino's decision to sue the creator of "True Blood," after the jump.

The Situation apparently doesn't know the comedy situation; he practically got booed offstage during the Comedy Central roast of Donald Trump. (Fox News)

Quentin Tarantino has filed a lawsuit against neighbor Alan Ball, creator of "True Blood" and "Six Feet Under," because the "pteradactyl-like screams" of Ball's exotic birds are interfering with Tarantino's ability to write. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Rumor mill: Lindsay Lohan's probation report supposedly contains information damaging enough to put her back in jail, whether she allegedly stole the necklace in that grand theft case or not. (TMZ)

"American Idol" contestant Casey Abrams, who missed last night's results show because he was in the hospital, is feeling better. He reportedly received a blood transfusion; Abrams suffers from an inflammatory bowel disease called ulcerative colitis. (USA Today)

By Jen Chaney  | March 11, 2011; 9:30 AM ET
Categories:  Celebrities, Charlie Sheen, Daily Mix, Lindsay Lohan, Miley Cyrus  
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Paparazzo dude, when you're going to accidentally run into a Cyrus with your camera, let it be (a) Miley, and (b) mounted on the nose of a Predator drone.

Saddest thing about JesJus breakup: we'll never see them in a Twitter fight about pillows.

Talk about a missed opportunity: The Situation AND Donald Trump in a room together, and the nearest suicide bomber is 8,000 miles away.

Possibly too much to hope for: Alan Ball countersues Quentin Tarantino, alleging that the sign in front of QT's house that says "Dead [n-word] Storage" is attracting unsavoury characters to the neighbourhood.

Will Casey Abrams sing "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" to celebrate feeling better? He loves that line that goes, "Look for the girl with colitis go by."

Posted by: byoolin1 | March 11, 2011 10:05 AM | Report abuse

Good thing that pesky federal law only applies to firearms, huh Charlie? The machete would have had to go.

Countdown begins to the first lawsuit to enforce the settlement agreement between Mueller and Sheen.

Posted by: epjd | March 11, 2011 10:06 AM | Report abuse

If Sheen was going to harm someone it wouldn't be with an antique riffle, it'd probably be him morphing into a tiger and mauling someone that stupid vampire movie but a million times cooler. check out all his quotes and coolness at

Posted by: livingthesheen | March 11, 2011 10:07 AM | Report abuse

Drones and scores:

Talk about a missed opportunity: The Situation AND Donald Trump in a room together, and the nearest suicide bomber is 8,000 miles away.

Posted by: osh123 | March 11, 2011 10:12 AM | Report abuse

Considering some of the effects ulcerative colitis can have on one's bowel habits, I'm guessing that Casey Abrams next appearance will cover the Creedence Clearwater standard, "There's a Bathroom on the Right."

Posted by: sasquatchbigfoot | March 11, 2011 11:08 AM | Report abuse

Talk about a missed opportunity: The Situation AND Donald Trump in a room together, and the nearest suicide bomber is 8,000 miles away.

Posted by: byoolin1 |

That would be a waste of a good suicide bomber.

Posted by: sasquatchbigfoot | March 11, 2011 11:29 AM | Report abuse

"Charlie Sheen's home ... found one gun, an antique, and a few bullets." -- I read that to mean they found a gun, a fantastic Louis XVI armoire, and a few bullets.

"Miley Cyrus ... paparazzo ... her mom with his camera." -- She said, "Look pal, I got too many clothes on and you're not Annie Lebowitz, so SCRAM." Mom gave him her number and mouthed, "Call me."

"Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake ... officially split." -- Just as well; "Timbielake" is too hard to say and too long a word anyway.

"Quentin Tarantino ... Alan Ball ... exotic birds are interfering with Tarantino's ability to write." -- But it hasn't stopped Quentin from sketching an outline of "Kill Ball," featuring Uma Thurman as a macaw.

"Casey Abrams ... colitis." -- Poor guy. But now I'm hearing "Hotel California" in my head (colitas/colitis; you say tomato, etc.).

Posted by: td_in_baltimore | March 11, 2011 12:32 PM | Report abuse

If you check the transcript of the Academy Awards chat, I called the Timberlake/Biel split. When you bring your mom as your date instead of your publicity-hungry girlfriend, you're done.

Posted by: duhneese | March 11, 2011 12:44 PM | Report abuse

Sheen and his goddesses are living an immoral sexual lifestyle and therefore do not deserve the protection of the law. As a result, Charlie has had his children taken away from him, along with his job.

Posted by: blasmaic | March 11, 2011 7:31 PM | Report abuse

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