Thursday gossip roundup: Sean Penn opens up about his divorce from Robin Wright

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Lindsay Lohan‘s probation has been revoked following her most recent legal trouble — and could face up to 245 in jail if found guilty of probation violation, according to People magazine. Lohan herself didn’t appear in court this week, with her long-suffering lawyer, Shawn Holley, appearing on her behalf. “We’re all hoping to get this behind us very quickly,” Holley told reporters. Lohan will have to appear at the next court date on January 15, though, for a hearing on her probation status and a trial on three misdemeanor charges stemming from Lohan’s rear-ending a dump truck with a rented Porsche over the summer. Lohan was also arrested in New York recently for getting into a fight in a nightclub. Her judge, Stephanie Sautner, had previously instructed Lohan to avoid nightclubs and stay out of trouble until her probation is over in 2014.

Gabriel Aubry won’t be facing criminal charges following his Thanksgiving day brawl with Olivier Martinez, the fiancé of ex-girlfriend Halle Berry, according to TMZ. In lieu of a formal hearing, the Los Angeles City Attorney is expected to hold an informal office meeting to discuss the altercation with Aubry, but the French-Canadian model won’t have to worry about any further repercussions.

Two years after his divorce from Robin Wright, Sean Penn is opening up their marriage — and his entire romantic history. “There is no shame in saying that we all want to be loved by someone. As I look back over my life in romance, I don’t feel I’ve ever had that,” he tells Esquire magazine. And while he doesn’t mention Wright by name, he does discuss their split. “When you get divorced, all the truths come out, you sit there and go, ‘What the f— was I doing? What was I doing believing that this person was invested in this way?’” he says. “Which is a fantastically strong humiliation in the best sense. It can make somebody very bitter and very hard and closed off, but I find it does the opposite to me.”

Renee Zellweger apparently has a new man in her life. The actress was spotted at LAX airport smooching musician and producer Doyle Bramhall, who previously dated Sheryl Crow, according to Us Weekly. “They went to college together,” a source says of the new couple. “It’s going really well.” Zellweger was last linked romantically to Bradley Cooper, but they split up in March 2011 after dating for less than two years.



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