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Names & Faces: Lohan judge steps down; "The Bachelor" winner in legal scrape; Jonas gets cupcakes

Kevin Jonas and his wife, Danielle, pose with employees at Georgetown Cupcake. (Georgetown Cupcake)

Lohan judge drops out
Looking for Los Angeles' least popular hangout? Try any courtroom occupied by Lindsay Lohan. In July her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, quit the case. Now the judge, Marsha Revel, has excused herself from the proceedings, too. This time it's not Lohan's fault, though. The judge stepped down following complaints that she participated in an improper discussion regarding where the 24-year-starlet would attend rehab. Revel "was having calls and discussions with people on the case, and we were not present," explained Jane Robison of the Los Angeles District Attorney's office. The case will now be turned over to Judge Elden Fox, although there are no new court hearings scheduled. Lohan is currently serving a 90-day stint in a drug and alcohol treatment program at the University of California, Los Angeles after doing 13 days behind bars for violating her probation in a pair of drunken-driving cases.

Police blotter
Mary Delgado, winner of "The Bachelor," season 6, is in dutch with the law. She was pulled over early Thursday morning in Tampa for driving under the influence, People reports. It's not the first time she's been in a legal scrape -- the DUI comes two years after she was arrested for assaulting Byron Velvick, her beau from the 2004 ABC show. The couple called it quits last year.

End Notes:
Spotted: Kevin Jonas, of Jonas Brothers fame, and his wife, Danielle, at Georgetown Cupcake. The couple stopped in on Wednesday to pick up a special order of two dozen assorted cupcakes. As a lagniappe, the proprietors also whipped up a few custom-made JoBros-logo-sporting treats. He's in town for a gig at Jiffy Lube Live.

Read also: "What's the reality of "D.C. Cupcakes"? Latest Washington foodie show gets premiere party"

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