"Lost" star Dominic Monaghan believes "Swamp People" is nothing more than "shock TV" that glorifies the senseless killing of alligators -- and it must be stopped.
Monaghan went off on Twitter moments ago about the History Channel show, writing, "If my hero Steve Irwin was around, those shows about killing alligators wouldn't be on TV. I'm gonna stop them."
Monaghan describes "Swamp People" as "death entertainment" that "continues to demonize reptiles as monsters and animals that are okay to torture and kill."
He adds, "If alligator populations need to be controlled, I understand. But the act should not be glorified on TV. Disgusting."
And according to Dominic, it's all the History Channel's fault -- "I blame the network, not the people."
So we gotta ask ...
"Lost" star Matthew Fox won't be locked up after his DUI arrest last month -- TMZ has learned, the actor struck a plea deal with prosecutors that will keep him out of jail.
TMZ broke the story ... Fox was pulled over in Bend, Oregon May 4th after police observed the actor swerving out of his lane. Cops decided Fox was intoxicated and placed him under arrest.
In exchange for no jail time, Fox pled no contest to one count of DUI.
As part of the deal, Fox's can't drink alcohol for one year and is required to complete a drug and alcohol treatment program.
If Fox complies with all the court's orders, the entire case will go away.
Sources directly connected to Matthew Fox tell TMZ ... the actor has never beaten a woman in his life, contrary to the allegations made by his "Lost" co-star Dominic Monaghan.
As you know, Monaghan tweeted the allegation, claiming Matthew "beats women. not isolated incidents.often ..."
Our sources say Fox and Monaghan have not spoken for years, and they never had any sort of blowout argument so it's baffling to Fox as to why Dominic would go on such a rant.
A female bus driver accused Fox last year of punching her in her vagina. Fox denied the allegation and no criminal charges were filed.
"Lost" star Matthew Fox was busted for DUI Friday in Oregon ... TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell us, Matthew was arrested at 3:23AM on suspicion of driving under the influence. We're told there was a passenger in the car.
Matthew was taken into custody and released later that day.
Details surrounding the arrest are unclear -- but sources tell us, it was alcohol-related. We're told Matthew was en route to a fast food restaurant for some late night eats at the time of his arrest.
Matthew lives in Bend, Oregon with his family. Calls to Matthew's reps were not returned.
4:40 PM PT -- A rep for the Bend PD just released a statement, claiming Matthew was pulled over for failing to maintain lane and failure to signal. Matthew was arrested on the scene after the officer decided he was intoxicated.
So far, there's no mug shot -- we're told the camera at the police station was broken. Matthew will have to return to get his photo taken. He's due back in court in June.
Damon Lindelof is PRAYING TO JACOB that life imitates art ... 'cause the "Lost" co-creator just dropped one U.S. dollar to play the infamous "Lost Numbers" in the mega-millions lottery.
Lindelof just posted a photo of his ticket to Twitter ... featuring the numbers 4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42.
Of course, Hurley played the numbers on the show ... and won a jackpot worth $114 million ... but the numbers turned out to be cursed ... and led to fires, arrests, plane crashes and a meteorite plowed into his chicken restaurant.
So why is Lindelof taking a chance on winning cursed millions? He tells us, "It's not safe at all. The numbers are still cursed. That being said, I'd be kicking myself for the rest of my life if they came in and I hadn't played them because I'm greedy like that."
ATTENTION ALL DISAPPOINTED "LOST" FANS -- The guy who played Locke on the show says the ending was "OK" with him ... so ... maybe it's time to finally let it go?
TMZ spoke with Terry O'Quinn in NYC yesterday -- coolest guy ever BTW -- who tells us he was totally cool with the whole "We're all kinda dead" ... despite the fact producers left a couple of things hanging ...
... like the what's up with the numbers? Why was there a 4-toed statue? How did the Polar Bear get on the island? Whatever happened with Walt ... and why was he special? Why did Kate see a horse on the island? Who built that crazy magical wheel?
We could go on for hours ... seriously ... but this video does a pretty good job of summing up all of our issues with the show.
Anyway, Terry tells us he doesn't really get a lot of flack for the way the show ended these days ... telling us, "We sorta finished it and walked away."
Matthew Fox is striking back -- not in the vagina, in court -- claiming the woman who accused him of punching her in her private parts is a blatant liar.
Fox is countersuing Heather Bormann, who filed her own lawsuit in September, claiming a drunken Fox tried to board a party bus she was driving in Cleveland, Ohio. Bormann alleged Fox attacked her after she ordered him to stay off the bus. That's when Bormann claims Fox struck her in the breast, arm, leg and, of course, the vagina.
Fox alleges in his countersuit ... she's just lying, and in reality he didn't provoke her but she's the one who physically attacked him.
Fox claims he's lost work because TMZ and other media outlets have reported her lawsuit, and she has subjected him to "public hatred, contempt, ridicule and shame."
Fox is suing for unspecified damages.
"Lost" actor Matthew Fox will not be prosecuted for allegedly punching a female party bus driver in the breast and vagina during an alleged altercation last month ... TMZ has learned.
A rep for the local Cleveland Prosecutor's Office tells TMZ, "There will be no charges brought. After a review of the facts [officials] came to the conclusion not to charge."
As TMZ previously reported, the party bus driver has already filed a lawsuit against Fox -- claiming the actor was drunk and tried to force his way onto her bus ... when he attacked.
The woman claims she injured her hand trying to fight him off ... and now she wants more than $25k in damages.
The party bus driver's lawyer tells TMZ ... "That is a terrible disappointment to my client. She is disappointed in the justice system and the decision "
The party bus driver who claims "Lost" star Matthew Fox punched her in the vagina during a stand-off last month has filed a lawsuit against the actor ... demanding more than $25k ... TMZ has learned.
In documents filed in Ohio, Heather Bormann claims a drunk Fox tried to board her party bus outside of a Cleveland bar on August 28 and demanded she drive him to the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
Bormann claims she refused to let him board because he was not part of the private party that had rented the bus for the evening.
According to the docs, Bormann claims Fox then attacked her "with his fists, delivering sudden and severe blows to her right breast, groin, arm and legs, inflicting severe, disabling injury."
Bormann explains that she "instinctively defended herself" -- and punched him in the face and head ... but she claims she injured her hand and fingers in the process.
Now, she wants more than $25k in damages for assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Calls to Fox's rep have not been returned.
The Cleveland party bus driver who claims Matthew Fox started a fist fight with her ... says the "Lost" star smelled "like a bar" -- and she's definitely pressing charges.
Heather Bormann says she thinks Matthew was drunk when she warned him several times to stop trying to get on the private bus Saturday night -- but she claims "he just stepped in for a right hook to my pelvis area and started wailing on me like I was a man."
Heather says she fought back in self-defense -- landing a left to Matt's jaw -- and today, in downtown Cleveland, she showed off her battle scars ... nasty bruises and an ace bandaged hand. She says she plans to meet with prosecutors tomorrow to press charges.
Heather also explains where she picked up the badass moves she busted out on Fox.