Julia Roberts has been stricken from the Fame List, after officially not appearing in any movie, TV show, or giving an interview for 17 months and 13 days. The official fame cut off point is 17 months and 3 days.
After a trial that lasted eight days, the Supreme Court ruled yesterday that Roberts was officially not famous anymore. Roberts is reportedly devastated at the ruling and intends to appeal.
Her lawyer spoke to E News straight after the event, saying that the ruling was false and unjust. "Julia gave an interview to Hugh Grant's magazine Horse & Hound just five weeks ago - how can they prove without reasonable doubt that she has not done anything famelike for so long when Hugh Grant stood up to testify that the interview took place? It's a travesty of justice!"
The prosecution, however, pointed out that Horse & Hound magazine is an imaginary magazine from a movie that both Roberts and Grant appeared in several years ago, and therefore the interview was null and void.
Within three hours of the verdict being delivered Roberts was seen getting out of a taxi with no underwear on, smoking crack and locking lips with Sir Paul McCartney, the crème de la crop of famous people. It is believed Roberts is trying to claim her fame back very fast before the appeal.
Unfortunately for Roberts, no photographers were present when the gash flashing, crack smoking and lip locking with Macca occurred, so all incidents were carried out in vain.
Roberts' appeal is set for 15th May. She and her lawyer are said to be working on a "fool-proof" plan to get her back into the limelight and back on the Fame List again.
We look forward to seeing photos of you acting and looking like adesperate twat over the next few weeks Julia!