5/30/2016 9:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
Looks like we know where Lily-Rose Depp stands on the abuse allegations levied against her father, huh? 

LRD shared the following IG post which ... well, it doesn't leave you thinking anything else other than knowing exactly what she's thinking about things: 
5/30/2016 8:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
This sickening story only gets more sickening as the days go by, no matter whose "side" you're on. 

A source -- someone who claims to be in Johnny Depp's inner sanctum, comedian Doug Stanhope -- tells The Wrap that they knew Amber Heard was "blackmailing" Johnny throughout their brief marriage, and they were lamenting the fact that they didn't do anything about it. 

From The Wrap: 

It’s almost 4 a.m. and I can’t sleep. Not even dozing off. Today, a friend of mine was pilloried in the press for domestic violence. Coupled with a picture of his wife with a bruise, he was murdered on social media. I watched it happen and I didn’t say a f—ing word. Even though I knew it was bulls—.

The comedian continued, revealing that the relationship had been in the dumps even before they were married: 

We’d watched her manipulate and f— with him for years. We didn’t say a word. To each other, yes, but never to him. When your friend is in an awful, abusive relationship — man or woman — and you risk weighing in that their counterpart is a demon, you know the odds are they will jump right back into the fire and then dump you from their life for being honest.

Insinuating that it was Heard who was the perpetrator in this marriage, and not the victim, he continues: 

My girlfriend, Bingo, and I have known Johnny Depp for a few years now. We have watched Amber Heard f— with him at his weakest — or watched him at his weakest from being f—ed with — for the entire time we’ve known him. And we didn’t say s—. Because he’s Johnny Depp. And we didn’t want to be thrown out of the circle for saying that The Emperor was being Stripped of His Clothes.

He elaborates, even saying that he and his girlfriend were present at Johnny's house for the entire day leading up to the reported assault: 
5/30/2016 5:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
That's Reese Witherspoon up there with her two of her three children, Ava and Deacon. And you're not gonna believe what Ava is looking like these days at just 16 years old, dang: 
5/29/2016 6:00 AM PDT, by Simon Delott
If you can't be supportive, you need to step the hell off, okay?

Corey Feldman has been through so much (too much), and since he answered questions about his own experiences following Elijah Wood's interview, various haters have railed against him for, basically, talking about (lifelong friend) Corey Haim and for not naming the names of his alleged abusers.

We don't know what sort of person attacks an abuse survivor over something like that, but we've never had to wonder why he hasn't come forward and named names. Our entire legal system, from criminal prosecutions to libel suits, is slanted in favor of abusers. That's probably great if you're falsely accused of murder, but not so great if you're one of the countless abuse survivors who can't even speak the name of the people who ruined your life without you yourself getting into trouble.

Corey explains as much, and more (about why he still talks about Corey Haim and why he always will), and his words are absolutely worth reading:
Filed Under:  Corey Feldman , Elijah Wood , Facebook , legal
5/29/2016 5:00 AM PDT, by Simon Delott
But are they going to a real counselor or to to a "counselor" along the lines of Josh's faith-based rehab? Because that's gonna make a hell of a difference.

Calling Anna and Josh Duggar's last year a "rough" one is like calling Gwyneth Paltrow "naively eccentric." It's true, but it doesn't even begin to cover the whole story. They've been seeing a marriage counselor of some sort, but we sure don't know the details. It's kind of hard to picture an ethical counselor seeing them without them pulling Anna aside and saying: "File for divorce and seek full custody!" Because, you know, that would be the actual good advice. Followed by: "Move as far away from these people as you can." Even though we all know that she wouldn't take it.

Poor girl.

So Josh and Anna released a statement about what they're doing to repair their relationship, but it looks like there's a very calculated reason for letting us know. ...
5/29/2016 4:00 AM PDT, by Simon Delott
There've been a lot of pregnancy rumors about Rihanna lately ... but this might be the first we've seen of what might constitute actual evidence that she's expecting.

Now, hey, maybe it's just how the wind's blowing and interacting with the fabric and her posture at this exact moment. ... Maybe. She's a slender gal, so it's hard to brush this off as just a relaxed gut or something.

What do you make of this pic of her profile? See if you can spot the baby bump:
5/29/2016 3:00 AM PDT, by Simon Delott
There's a difference between approving of something as a personal choice that people might make and wanting it yourself.

And oh wow does watching a video of it reinforce that distinction. Go for it if you want it, but ... you must really want it.

Well, actress and Real Housewife (of Atlanta) Cynthia Bailey got filler in a simple, short, non-surgical procedure to get rid of bags under your eyes. And, like, everybody gets those to some degree or another, but sometimes it's a problem. Especially if you're constantly on television.

So that's when you turn to Kim Kardashian's doctor ... and, in Cynthia's case, give her permission to film the very short procedure and share it with the entire internet:
5/28/2016 7:00 AM PDT, by Simon Delott
A restraining order is a start, but it's going to be a long road, and it's going to be as nasty as it can be.

Talk about Amber Heard filing for divorce from Johnny Depp was full of speculation all week ... people wondering how it related to Depp's family, and how the fortune would be divided. On Friday, though, the world learned something very ugly about the divorce -- and Amber's accusations of domestic violence came with pictures.

As much as we'd love to live in a world where domestic abuse didn't happen -- or, at the very least, where the general public rallied around people who come forward with allegations -- the same culture of adoration that supports stars at their best keeps on supporting them.

Rabid fans are already attacking Amber in the nastiest ways ...