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On February 7th, Caitlyn Jenner was driving a black Cadillac SUV on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu when she collided with Kimberly Howe's Lexus from behind, sending the car into oncoming traffic where it was hit by another SUV. Howe died at the scene.

Police have now completed their investigation into the crash and will turn their findings over to the district attorney next week. But the question remains: will she be charged with a crime?

It's a story almost too odd to already be cliche: Hammond, Indiana police literally pulled the plug on a holographic Chief Keef performance. It's the second time in as many weeks that such a Keef show has been shut down, after a similar appearance was previously shut down in Chicago.

Performing as a hologram is somewhat necessary for Chief Keef in the Midwest, due to several outstanding arrest warrants. The performance shutdowns were allegedly based on safety fears.

Australia seems to be taking Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's doggie indiscretion very personally.

In a yet another chapter of the dog drama, Amber Heard has been formally charged with smuggling and may soon be spending her days in an Australian prison.

News sources are reporting that Ariana Grande won't face any criminal charges for her doughnut-licking indiscretion. She's off the hook! Or, is she?

Reports claim that Joe Marin, the owner of Wolfee Donuts where Grande licked the doughnuts, declined to press charges against Grande. Apparently, this was news to him. He claims he definitely pressed charges.

So, will Ariana Grande face charges or not?

Justin Bieber pled guilty to assault and careless driving charges as part of a plea bargain that will see him pay $750 (Canadian) in fines. Charges of dangerous driving stemming from and ATV accident last year were dropped.

So did The Biebs get off light? While the fine won't put a dent in his $200 million pockets, was it normal for these charges? Let's take a look:

Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp may face prison time for violating Australia's animal quarantine law.

Johnny Depp got into hot water earlier this month for bringing his two Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, into Australia. The actor and flight crew did not declare the puppies to customs or have the required permits.

Authorities found out about the dogs after a local groomer posted about Depp's doggies on social media.

Josh Duggar reportedly admitted to child molestation.

Josh Duggar is the eldest son of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar of 19 Kids and Counting fame. Twelve years ago, he allegedly molested five underage girls. This week he admitted it publicly after allegations of the abuse surfaced.

Many people may be wondering, can Josh face criminal charges now?

Adam Levine Sugar Bombed

"Your sugar. Yes, please. Won't you come and put it down on me?" Maroon 5's Sugar.

Well, Adam Levine got what he asked for. While signing autographs outside the Jimmy Kimmel Show studios where he had just performed Maroon 5's song Sugar, Levine was attacked with, you guessed it, sugar! Actually, powdered sugar.

The crooner was not happy with the sugar bomb. The attacker was quickly tackled and arrested.

After a weekend partying in Las Vegas, Chris Brown was surprised with his very own Goldilocks moment.

According to reports, the the singer and new father returned home and found a random naked woman sleeping in his bed. The intruder had apparently been there for some time as she had time to spray paint "I love you" on Brown's kitchen counter and "Mrs. Brown" on his silver Rolls Royce and black Range Rover.

The woman was arrested and charged with felony burglary and felony vandalism.

OK, you might want to settle in because this is a little complicated. It's a story about childhood friends and childhood pets. And when one childhood friend steals the other's pet.

Only the one childhood friend is Mila Kunis. And the pet is a chicken named Doggie. And the other is a budding music star with a new video. And this all happened 25 years ago in Ukraine. And yes, of course, a childhood friend is suing Mila Kunis for stealing her pet chicken Doggie.