Lohan ordered to rehab

LOS ANGELES - Lindsay Lohan has accepted a plea deal in a misdemeanor car crash case that includes 90 days in a rehabilitation facility.

The actress, above, pleaded no contest Monday to reckless driving, lying to police and obstructing officers who were investigating the accident involving the actress in June.

A judge says Lohan will be sentenced to 90 days in rehab, 30 days of community labor and 18 months of psychological therapy. The "Liz & Dick" star was on probation when her sports car crashed on Pacific Coast Highway while on her way to a film shoot.

Madonna blasts scouts

NEW YORK - Wearing a replica of the organization's uniform, Madonna called on the Boy Scouts to lift its ban on gays while also calling for a "revolution" to prevent discrimination and abuse of the gay community.

Speaking at the GLAAD Media Awards, Madonna said the Boy Scouts should "change their stupid rules."

Later, she spoke about young people who commit suicide after suffering from bullying. Noting she has teenage kids of her own, she said the situation is "an atrocity to me and I don't accept it."

She then called on the audience to join her in a "revolution" to change the world.

Madonna was on hand to give Anderson Cooper the organization's "Vito Russo" award. Others honored included director Brett Ratner and the TV series "Smash."

Morrissey cancels tour

NEW YORK - Health concerns are forcing Morrissey to cancel his North American tour.

In a statement, his rep says the singer has to take a break after suffering a series of maladies, including double pneumonia, a bleeding ulcer and a gastrointestinal problem called Barrett's esophagus.

Fans can get refunds where they purchased their tickets. Morrissey, left, thanked fans for their well wishes.

Morrissey had to cancel performances earlier this month because of his pneumonia.

Joss Stone murder plot

LONDON - Prosecutors say two men accused of plotting to rob and kill soul singer Joss Stone planned to decapitate her, then dump her body in a river.

The suspects, Junior Bradshaw and Kevin Liverpool, were arrested in June 2011, close to the singer's house after suspicious neighbors reported them to police. They never reached her house.

Opening the case at Exeter Crown Court, prosecutor Simon Morgan told a jury the pair, aged 32 and 35, set off from their home in Manchester with a samurai sword, knives, a hammer, black bags and gloves for Stone's house in Devon.

Morgan said handwritten notes found in the suspects' car indicated they planned to decapitate the singer before finding a river to dispose of her body.

Anthony story may be sold

TAMPA, Fla. - The trustee overseeing Casey Anthony's bankruptcy case has filed a motion to sell the "exclusive worldwide rights" rights to her story so she can pay her debts.

Anthony, who is now 26, was acquitted of murder in the death her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. During a meeting with creditors in her bankruptcy case in Tampa on March 4, Anthony said she was unemployed and has not received any money to tell her story.

R. Kelly home sells

CHICAGO - R&B star R. Kelly's Chicago-area mansion has been sold for $950,000 in a foreclosure auction.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports Kelly's Olympia Fields home was sold Monday to J.P. Morgan Chase, which already held the mortgage.

The property once was valued at more than $5 million. Last year, Chase stated in court files that Kelly still owed about $3 million on the 11,140-square-foot home.

Kelly's one-time spokesman, Allan Mayer, says he can't comment on the auction, but the Grammy winner isn't having financial problems.

Kelly was acquitted of child pornography charges in 2008.