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Hollywood Minute Says David Cassidy Arrested Again

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  Original Published: 1/14/2014

Anderson Cooper spends big to help the people of Haiti. And David Cassidy gets arrested, again. Christina Mutchler has these stories and more in your Hollywood Minute. Anderson Cooper reached deep into his pockets at Sean Penn's "Help Haiti Home Gala" on Saturday night. According to People magazine, the news anchor got into a bidding war with colleague Piers Morgan over a sculpture made of 60 of Oenn's discarded firearms. Piers offered $1.3-million but Anderson outbid, winning the piece for $1.4-million. David Cassidy was arrested again on charges of drunk driving. The former teen idol was stopped by police in Los Angeles on Friday night after making an illegal turn. He was booked and released on bond a few hours later. Cassidy was also charged with drunk driving back in August. And at the movie box office this past weekend, action drama "Lone Survivor" took the number one spot with $38-million. Coming in at number two was the Disney animated movie "Frosen" and Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" came in at number three.

   
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