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The man who sold drugs to the late Philip Seymour Hoffman before he died is no longer being charged with intention to sell heroin.

According to the NY Times, Robert Aaron Vineberg pleaded guilty to possessing the drug, but his lawyer revealed to the outlet that “this case and the charges against Mr. Vineberg have absolutely nothing to do with the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman … We’re hoping the [district attorney] will not use Mr. Vineberg as a scapegoat.”

Read more on the story and why the charges were dropped here.

Paris Hilton is the latest celebrity to take part in the ALS ice bucket challenge, but of course she’s put her own twist on it.

While doing her DJ set at Amnesia in Ibiza, the Cash Money signee took part in the challenge, but instead of ice water, she decided to pour champagne with ice on herself.

The video is pretty epic, as Paris looks over the hyped up crowd wearing a bikini top while the champagne is poured over her.

Check out the video above!

Another Hollywood couple bites the dust as Kate Mara and Max Minghella have decided to call it quits.

According to Us Weekly, the couple, who was spotted together earlier this Summer, have broken up after being together for 4 years.

We wish these two the best!

Ed Sheeran is a pretty good sport when it comes to doing ridiculous things during appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The “Sing” artist recently appeared on the show after his sold out concert at the Staples Center on Thursday night, and this time he came out as the little orphan Annie.

Wearing Annie’s red dress and black shoes, Ed appeared on the talk show host’s stage with a little dog, just like the one from the play, and started to sing when he walked off in a funny fury.

Check out the hilarious video above!

It looks like Vice Media is getting a pretty sweet deal after Time Warner dropped their negotiation deal with them.

A&E – which is Time Warner’s rival – has stepped in and offered Vice $250 million in order to claim a 10% stake in the company, and of course they accepted.

Vice is now valued at $2.5 billion, and has the chance to grab the attention of millenials.

SOURCE: Us Weekly, NYTimes, Complex  | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, WENN, Vice