New Evidence Changes EVERYTHING:

Clay Aiken's stalker claims she's the victim.

Barbara Saylor was arrested after entering Clay's North Carolina home last year. Now her attorney tells TMZ that her 58-year-old client was actually the victim of an elaborate catfish scam. Barbara allegedly met Clay years ago and they exchanged contact information, but Barbara got the wrong phone number and began texting a stranger.

The person then pretended to be the American Idol singer, "carrying on a non-romantic, Manti Te'o-type text relationship with her for years."

The scam ended when the catfisher coaxed Barbara to visit Clay's house. She did and got arrested. She even lost her job over the incident.

With the new evidence, however, the case was dismissed. 


Much Support For Dylan During This Tough Time


Dylan Farrow is speaking out about the allegations she's made against her adoptive father Woody Allen and the backlash that has ensued.

She tells People magazine, "It took all of my strength and all of my emotional fortitude to do what I did this week in the hope that it would put the truth out there."

As for claims that she was coerced by her mother Mia Farrow, she says, "People are saying that I am not actually remembering what I remember. People are saying that my 'evil mother' brainwashed me because they refuse to believe that my sick, evil father would ever molest me, because we live in this society where victim blaming and inexcusable behavior – this taboo against shaming the famous at the expense of their victims – is accepted and excused."

Dylan says she hopes her open letter will help other victims come forward. "I am hoping to help at least one person out there. And that's why I spoke out."



US Weekly claims Amy Adams broke down in tears while discussing Phillip Seymour Hoffman on Inside the Actor's Studio. A source tells the weekly, "James Lipton asked her about working with Philip on Doubt and The Master… It hit a nerve with her. Adams was sobbing and couldn't finish most of her sentences. Amy talked about how he was the greatest actor she had worked with, and couldn't even tell stories about him without crying. She said to the audience of acting students 'I wish you all could have had the chance to work with him.'"