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Another ‘rehab widow’ points finger at Lindsay

At this juncture, it seems far more outrageous to admit that your loved one’s rehab at Utah’s Cirque Lodge did NOT include a sexual encounter with Lindsay Lohan.  The latest relationship casualty of Lindsay’s rehab stint spoke to the National Enquirer about her finance’s tryst with the star.
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Sigh. At this juncture, it seems far more outrageous to admit that your loved one’s rehab at Utah’s Cirque Lodge did NOT include a sexual encounter with Lindsay Lohan. But for Breanna Tierney, losing her betrothed to Hollywood’s favorite fixer-upper still came as a shock. The latest relationship casualty of Lindsay’s rehab stint spoke to the National Enquirer about her finance’s tryst with the star.

“I loved Riley (Van Giles) and Lindsay stole him,” Breanna told NE. “I met her at a meeting while they were still patients at Cirque, and I just knew something was up. She came into the meeting with Riley, and she comes over and sits next to me, being overly nice. She was complimenting me on my hair and trying to be my friend. It didn't seem sincere at all.”

Breanna said her suspicions were soon confirmed “when he finally confessed to me that he had sex with Lindsay in one of the stairwells at Cirque — that was it, we were done.” To review: In the last two months, LiLo’s been accused of breaking up a marriage via a toilet romp with another rehabber, inspiring a brawl and even getting cozy with Richie Sambora on Cirque grounds.

As Breanna assessed to NE, “Lindsay has no morals and needs some serious help — besides drug rehab — for all her other problems." Meanwhile, the world awaits diagnosis of the substance-abusing boyfriend Lindsay allegedly “stole.”

Jon Voight rails against ungrateful spawnIt was little more than a tossed-off sentence in James Haven’s Marie Claire interview. Yet Jon Voight, pops to both James and Angelina Jolie, felt it necessary to upbraid for at least a paragraph regarding his son’s passing comment on Jon’s fathering skills.

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“I find it very heartbreaking that my children want to paint a bad guy portrait of me,” Jon told Life & Style. He then went on to discredit his son and daughter’s historic recall and capability to think and feel as adults. “I feel it comes from their inability to let go of years of programmed anger from their mother, who understandably felt quite hurt when we divorced.”

What exactly did James say? When asked why he chose a career in activism, James cited his famous sister as inspiration, and the learned empathy of their infamously tumultuous childhood. “I don't want to constantly berate my father — I wish him well, and I hope he finds peace — but he put my mom through years of mental abuse, and it made me care especially for abandoned women and children,” he told Marie Claire. “So that's my religion — helping widows and orphans.”

Rather than taking the high road and publicly commending James for his work promoting Artivist, a Los Angeles festival highlighting movies that address human and animal rights as well as environmental issues, Jon once again plead his own case. “In all truth, I tried to give him and their mother continuous love and support and large sums of money,” he whined. “God knows, for years I've tried to mend this relationship. Perhaps the trauma of their mother's passing has made it worse. I continuously send them my heart and love and am always available to them for whatever they need from me.”

Dish on the flyTurns out Ben Affleck can’t even sit through one of his films. The star walked out of the Cinema Society’s screening of his directorial debut, “Gone Baby Gone,” just moments before the lights dimmed. A Page Six spy heard Ben whisper, “I'm going to go watch the game.” That would be the one that ended with the Cleveland Indians whooping Ben’s team, the Boston Red Sox. … The NY Daily News picked a gem from Donald Trump’s latest gab-fest with Larry King. The Donald voiced his disappointment upon meeting George Clooney, whom he imagined as being “this big, strong guy. And he was very little when I met him.” Apparently size matters to Mr. Trump Steaks. … Dynamic duo Corey Feldman and Corey Haim are splitsville, Us Weekly reports. In an interview with the magazine, a cryptic Corey F blamed the breakup on his “Two Coreys” co-star. “(Corey H) has to get his life together, he has some serious issues he must deal with that's all I will say.”

Tabloid Tidbits is compiled by Ree Hines & Helen A.S. Popkin