TMZ has learned Eleonore -- who was loving life yesterday as she schlepped around town, picking up bags of grub at the Newsroom Cafe in L.A. -- has been re-hired for a one month "trial run" ... because we're told quitters aren't to be trusted in Camp Lohan.
Our sources say Eleonore has been helping Lindsay out for the last six days -- or in Lindsay's world ... FOREVER.
TMZ has obtained a copy of the suit, in which Church -- a boutique that sells expensive clothes, jewelry, and accessories -- claims Lindsay shopped at the store between November, 2009 and February, 2010.
According to the suit, Lindsay racked up a bill of $17,060.83 and convinced the owners her business manager would pay the bill. But much to the chagrin of the owners, Lindsay's business manager paid a grand total of $180.
The suit, which will be filed in L.A. County Superior Court, alleges Lindsay "had no intention of causing her business manager to pay the entire balance."
And there's this -- the suit claims the boutique owners relied on Lindsay's "well known status as a movie actress with substantial income." Wrong on both counts.
The owners say Lindsay committed premeditated fraud and are seeking the balance -- $16,880.63 -- plus interest and punitive damages.
Yes, we see the 20 cent differential -- but that's the way it appears in the lawsuit. Apparently, the shop is giving LiLo a credit.
No comment from Lindsay's camp.
Young -- and a posse -- hit up MyStudio nightclub in Hollywood last night ... without incident.
As we previously reported, Vince was issued a citation for punching some dude in the face at a Dallas strip club last month ... after the other guy talked smack about Young's college team.
Good thing no one in L.A. holds any grudges with Texas ... except for that thing that happened at the Rose Bowl back in 2006.
As we previously reported, the two tied the knot in a small, private ceremony at the Four Seasons on The Big Island sometime last week.
As TMZ first reported, some bad guy made off with over $10,000 worth of the rapper's jewelry and personal property -- including a sleek new iPad -- when he broke into the Black Eyed Peas member's ride ... which was parked in the Hollywood Hills.
But according to law enforcement sources, Will had a secret weapon -- he used his iPad's built-in tracking system to locate the thief's whereabouts ... and then forwarded the info to cops.
We're told police already got most of Will.i.am's stuff returned to him and are this close to arresting the perp -- who's currently on the run.
Keith Lewis -- co-director of the Miss California USA pageant along with Shana -- tells us they bought Carrie the Waterford Crystal picture frame from her wedding registry.
But in pure cat fight fashion, we're told they're going to fill the frame with a picture from Shanna's photo shoot for "No H8" ... the campaign dedicated to fighting the ban on same-sex marriage.
Lewis also tells us the people from the pageant "know Carrie 'very intimately' ... if you know what we mean ... and we didn't want her special day to be forgotten."
King just took to his Twitter to announce: "I’m ending my nightly show this fall but continuing at CNN." Larry will be doing specials and would like to focus on sports stories.
He wrote in another message, "It's time to hang up my nightly suspenders."
CNN sources tell TMZ they're in talks "with a number of people" and they expect to make a decision on Larry's replacement in 2 to 4 weeks.
Sources tell us Larry made the decision in the last 24 hours.
There's been a buzz that King might not be renewed when is contract is up because of low ratings.
TMZ has obtained divorce papers filed by Angela Kinsey last week in L.A. County Superior Court, in which the actress cites irreconcilable differences with her husband of 10 years Warren Lieberstein.
In the docs, Kinsey has requested joint legal and physical custody of their two-year-old daughter.
The two have reportedly been separated since 2009 -- but Angela's rep has stated that they remain friends.
We got video of Lowe, entering the C London restaurant with Tom Barrack, President of Colony Capital which co-owns Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch, along with the MJ estate. Lowe and Barrack are having dinner with Flavio Briatore, a major Formula One player, and Giuseppe Cipriani -- the owner of the restaurant.
Sources say the foursome is discussing a $500 million deal to create "a multi-platform media company, similar to DreamWorks."
We're told the deal involves, among other things, TV, movie and Internet production.
Oksana's lawyer, Marci Levine, tells TMZ, "The statement released to TMZ on behalf of Mel Gibson is based upon complete distortions of the truth regarding Mr. Gibson's financial contributions toward the parties' child and conveniently ignores his obligations to the parties' child under California law."
Mel's lawyer, Stephen Kolodny had stated that Mel has opened up his wallet for Oksana, putting her up in a multi-million dollar house, buying her a car, providing health insurance and giving her "tens of thousands of dollars to support her and Lucia over the past months."
Levine would not specifically say how Mel has fallen short, but sources connected with Oksana claim the actor has not paid child support since the couple split.
Levine says, "Mr. Gibson persists in attempting to 'litigate' this matter in the media, and continues to launch false accusations against the mother of his child."
And Levine says, "Unlike Mr. Gibson, Ms. Grigorieva has not, and will not engage in this type of undignified banter in the press."
TMZ has learned Prejean -- a woman -- is set to tie the knot with NFL quarterback Kyle Boller -- a man -- at The Grand Del Mar hotel in San Diego.
The big day is Friday.