Roman Polanski won't be extradited from Switzerland to the United States on charges of drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl in 1977 because of a legal loophole, a judge has ruled."He's a free man," Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf said at a news conference Monday. She said the government had rejected the extradition request because American authorities didn't provide confidential testimony from a January 2010 hearing on Polanski's original sentencing agreement, the New York Times writes. The Swiss say records for the hearing would have told them if the judge who tried the 1977 case was going to allow Roman time served for a period spent in a psychiatric unit: "If this were the case, Roman Polanski would actually have already served his sentence and therefore both the proceedings on which the U.S. extradition request is founded and the request itself would have no foundation," the Swiss Justice Ministry wrote in a statement.
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Oksana can't take Gibson's money
While Mel Gibson's career may well be crumbling after his racist, abusive rants were exposed, Oksana Grigorieva likely won't be seeing a dime of his money. RadarOnline says she had signed a cohabitation agreement with Mel last year excluding her from his filmmaking fortune. There's a legal hitch, of course, in that she says she was coerced into signing a draft, which was different from the final draft. She particularly disagrees with a portion that says Gibson has the right to 20 percent custody of their 8-month-old daughter, Lucia, for whom he is not paying child support. He should be looking for work, anyway - his talent agency dropped him once these recordings were leaked to the public.
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Angie says she would tie knot with Brad
There's a new Angelina Jolie movie out soon, and to promote Salt, Angie, 35, has to do what all celebs do: talk about everything but the movie. For this one, she dredges up whether or not she and Brad Pitt would get married. Yes, she says, if the kids asked them to. "I think it would be hard to say no to the kids," she said on Good Morning America in a preview to Monday night's Nightline interview. "They're not asking. They are very aware nothing's missing."