Ryan O'Neal and son Redmond were booked on suspicion of narcotics possession this morning.
Authorities said they were doing a probation search at the family's Malibu home when they found Redmond O'Neal in possession of methamphetamine and a vial of the drug was allegedly found in Ryan's bedroom.
The father/son are being held on $10,000 bail.
It doesn't take a genius to make it big in Hollywood. Judging by the following group of high school dropouts and GED alumni, it wasn't cool to stay in school.
McCain Swings at Barack Over Lindsay
John McCain has weighed in over Barack Obama's reported slap in the face to Lindsay Lohan. The Chicago Sun-Times quotes an unnamed high-level Barack source who says they rejected Lohan's offer to host an event because she "is not exactly the kind of high-profile star who would be a positive for us."
Tucker Bounds, a spokesman for the McCain campaign tells TMZ, "So let me get this straight -- they turned away Lindsay Lohan, but Barack Obama has friends like unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers and convicted felon Tony Rezko? Maybe LiLo is just too upstanding for Barack Obama."
UPDATE: Tommy Vietor, Obama's spokesperson, just told TMZ, "Glad to see they're focused on the important issues over in McCain HQ."
Obama -- Hypocrite or Just Plain Smart?
Barack Obama reportedly turned down a request from Lindsay Lohan to host a few Barack events, claiming "she is not exactly the kind of high-profile star who would be a positive for us."
McCain's camp is incredulous -- Obama's peeps think McCain is wasting time on a trivial matter. But it triggered a debate in our newsroom; since Obama did drugs when he was young, is this a little hypocritical in the Department of Forgive and Forget?
Dakota Fanning: Awkward Stage Officially Over
Dakota Fanning appears to have survived that awkward, unfortunate stage that afflicts many child stars somewhere between puberty and their first DUI.
The 14-year-old turned up to the NYC premiere of "That Dakota Fanning Rape Movie" last night, looking like quite the lovely young lady.
Your move, Abigail Breslin.