Tag Archives: Shapiro

Plastic surgeon speaks out against E! show ‘Bridalplasty’

HollywoodNews.com: E! is setting up to premiere a new show called ‘Bridalplasty’ in which brides compete for various plastic surgeries before their weddings, but other professionals appear to be upset with the whole concept. As brides are eliminated, the winning woman will receive the wedding of her dream and unveil[...]

Lindsay Lohan’s father blasts actress’ new lawyer Robert Shapiro

HollywoodNews.com: Lindsay Lohan’s father, Michael, is irate that her new attorney Robert Shapiro isn’t doing anything to appeal her jail time before the judge. The fact that Shapiro put Lohan in Pickford Lofts, a rehab house he founded, just isn’t sitting well with Papa Lohan. Shapiro defended O.J. Simpson in[...]

Lindsay Lohan’s lawyer makes a visit

HollywoodNews.com: Even though Lindsay Lohan is at a sober house for the time being, it doesn’t mean that she will be a free woman anytime soon. While the exact strategy is unclear, Lindsay’s new lawyer, Robert Shapiro, was spotted entering the sober-living facility, reports E! News. Lohan is currently at[...]

Lindsay Lohan finally lands new lawyer, Robert Shapiro

HollywoodNews.com: Lindsay Lohan can finally stop the lawyer hunting. After her former lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, announced that she was quitting, Lindsay has been interviewing new candidates to continue to represent her in court. Finally, she has found one who is willing to accept her offer. Famed lawyer Robert Shapiro[...]

Lindsay Lohan hiring Robert Shapiro

HollywoodNews.com: Lindsay Lohan has been in need of a new lawyer and it looks like she might be working with O.J. Simpson’s former lawyer, Robert Shapiro. While Lohan is scheduled to turn herself in on Tuesday, TMZ reports that Shapiro will be trying to ease the situation. Although he will[...]

Tribeca Film Festival: “Murderball” Director’s Feature debut

By Scott Feinberg On Saturday evening, “Monogamy” (video preview) — the feature debut of Dana Adam Shapiro, who won an Oscar for co-directing the great documentary “Murderball” (2005) — premiered at the Borough of Manhattan Community College as part of the ninth annual Tribeca Film Festival. Ironically, it followed a[...]