Sylvester Stallone’s Daughters Steal Celebrity Phone Numbers From His Phone

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April 21, 2017

Sylvester Stallone’s Daughters Steal Celebrity Phone Numbers From His Phone

Looks like Sylvester Stallone has his hands full when it comes to his three daughters.

In a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Sly’s daughters (aged 14, 18, and 20) admitted that they would steal celebrity phone numbers from their dad’s phone.

The oldest, Sophia, admitted that it was never hard to guess the pass-code to get into good ‘ol dad’s phone because he was, quote, “so predictable.”

18-year-old Sistine even claims that she stole Liam Hemsworth’s number – and actually called him!

But, he never answered.


Lyin’ Lochte!

Those two guys who rushed the stage when Olympic star RYAN LOCHTE debuted on "Dancing with the Stars" have agreed to pay a large fine in order to avoid facing criminal charges and potential jail time.

You may remember the controversy at the time was that Lochte had made up a story about being robbed and held at gunpoint in Rio de Janeiro when he had vandalized a gas station's bathroom with the help of his teammates.

The pair rushed the stage shouting "Liar" after Lochte's performance.  SAM SOTOODEH and BARZEEN SOROUDI-- will fork over $20-thousand dollars so they won't have to spend six months of jail time.


More Evidence Of Mel Gibson’s Terrible Temper

The former CEO for Paramount Studios, Sherry Lansing, is spilling the beans on what it was like to work with Mel Gibson in the 90s.

Sherry told “The Hollywood Reporter” that Mel Gibson’s temper was legendary in inner circles, but she was still shocked when he blew-up during negotiations over the budget for “Braveheart.”

Sherry says that Gibson was so upset that he "grabbed a large glass ashtray and threw it through the wall. He threw the ashtray through the wall!"

He almost backed out of the movie – which would have been a disastrous career move, considering that “Braveheart” won 5 Oscars – including 2 for Mel Gibson (for directing and acting.)

Meanwhile, Mel Gibson admits that he overacted and has worked to improve his temper since then.