Eavesdropping In: Chris Brown Deletes Twitter After Jenny Johnson Feud; UCLA "Most Dangerous" University; Sepulveda Pass Closure; Ryan Gosling & Eva Mendes Thanksgiving; Charlie Sheen Gives Lindsay Lohan $100k For Taxes

by Emily Green · November 26, 2012

    -Chris Brown deleted his Twitter account after thoroughly embarrassing himself in a vulgar tweet-for-tweet battle with comedian Jenny Johnson in which he called her a "hoe" but presumably meant "ho" and she had to correct him. [Radar]

    -A new study based on campuses with 10,000 students or more finds UCLA to be the "most dangerous" university—that is, with the highest rates of crime—in the country. [KTLA]

    -Sepulveda Blvd between Montana Ave. and Church Lane will be reduced to one lane in each direction during the day and closed completely at night for the next week as part of the freeway expansion project so expect major delays on the west side near the 405. [KABC]

    -Here's Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes walking arm in arm through NYC on Thanksgiving. [Just Jared]

    -Charlie Sheen gave Lindsay Lohan a check for $100,000 to help her pay off $233,904 in outstanding tax debt. [TMZ]

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