Casey Anthony — Back to School

Filed under: Casey Anthony, Celebrity Justice

Casey Anthony ain’t wasting her time while she serves her probation in Florida — TMZ has learned, she’s going back to college … on the Internet.

Sources close to Casey tell TMZ, she hasn’t decided what field to pursue just yet — but she’s adamant about bettering herself while confined to the Sunshine State … and wants to start taking online courses ASAP.

We’re told Casey will hit the books from the comfort of her own home — which is doubly convenient … because after numerous death threats, she doesn’t plan to spend much time outside.

And to make sure she stays safe — we’re told Casey has the entire place on lockdown …with a 24-hour security team.



Lindsay Lohan Not Biting on Pitbull’s VMA Invitation

Filed under: Lindsay Lohan, Pitbull, Celebrity Justice, Music

0825_lilo_pitbull_getty_EXPitbull‘s not getting out of Lindsay Lohan‘s legal doghouse — because she’s blowing off his apology for using her name in a song … and rejecting his invitation to the MTV VMAs.

Lilo recently sued Pit because his song “Give Me Everything” includes a lyric she feels disparages her name.

On Wednesday, Pitbull taped an apology (below) … claiming he meant no harm, and invited Lindsay to join him at the VMAs this weekend — where he’s scheduled to perform the song.

Sources close to Lindsay tell us she has no interest in going to the VMAs — and Pitbull’s apology has no impact on the lawsuit … it’s moving forward.




DMX — I’m Planning to SUE Over AZ Speeding Arrest

Filed under: DMX, Celebrity Justice

claims Arizona police had NO RIGHT hauling him into jail yesterday — insisting there is NO POSSIBLE WAY he was driving more than 100 miles per hour … and now he’s ready to sue the cops!

X — who was allegedly going 102 mph in a 65 zone — tells TMZ, “I was going 85 miles per hour … I know for a fact I didn’t go more than 90.”

X adds, “I’m used to driving fast, I’m a New Yorker … but I constantly look at the speedometer when I’m driving … I need to make sure I don’t drive too fast.”

The rapper says he knows he was technically speeding, but he feels the cops abused their authority by putting him behind bars … even though his rap sheet takes longer to read than “War and Peace.”

“I plan on suing … and I plan on suing for harassment,” DMX says … adding, “I’m in discussions with multiple lawyers who are not afraid to go against
the system in helping me clear my name because I have been harassed.”