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Posted at 6:00 PM ET, 02/16/2011

In other news: Mickey Rooney accuses stepson of abuse; Lindsay Lohan not doing Letterman after all

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Mickey Rooney, 2009. (AP/Matt Sayles)


  • Mickey Rooney was granted a temporary restraining order by a L.A. judge Monday against his stepson, who he accuses of abusing him. The actor, 90, said Christopher Aber harassed, withheld food and medicine, and meddled in his personal finances, reports AP. A hearing is scheduled for next week.


  • David Letterman was forced to apologize Wednesday after announcing Lindsay Lohan would deliver the "Top Ten" list on Thursday's show. A statement from the show said a "friend" reached out to producers to arrange the appearance -- someone who "not authorized to make commitments on her behalf." That turned out to be her dad, Michael Lohan, who claims his daughter knew about the gig; the actress tweeted she was "sorry for the confusion."

  • By The Reliable Source  | February 16, 2011; 6:00 PM ET
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