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Instagram Attacks Rihanna For Scandalous Photos; Dolce & Gabbana to Appeal Guilty Verdict

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Instagram Attacks Rihanna For Scandalous Photos: According to TMZ, Instagram is fed up with Rihanna's scanadalous posts. On Tuesday, the singer posted a shot of her recent Lui magazine cover, nipples and all—shortly thereafter, the photo-sharing app removed the photo and reportedly warned Rihanna if she continued to post inappropriate photos, her account would be suspended. In response to the censorship, Bad Gal RiRi posted a humorous, photoshopped meme of herself in class picture format with the caption, "Rih's next magazine cover if it was up to Instagram." [NY Daily News]

Dolce & Gabbana to Appeal Guilty Verdict: After being sentenced to almost two years in jail on Wednesday for alleged tax evasion, Massimo Dinoia, the lawyer for Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, has announced he will be appealing the verdict to the highest court in Italy. “I am speechless and astounded, this sentence is inexplicable,” he said. “After all, the general prosecutor already realized there was really nothing [to the case]. We will surely present our appeal to the Corte di Cassazione [Italy’s equivalent of the Supreme Court]. This is an unfair verdict and we are sure the Cassazione will reform it.” Because the sentence in under two years, neither Dolce nor Gabbana will actually have to serve jail time. [WWD]

Cara Delevingne Gets Compared to Audrey Hepburn: On June 19, model Cara Delevingne's first acting gig will hit televisions with the debut of Timeless, a drama appearing on Sky Arts. In a recent interview with the Evening Standard, Delevingne's co-star Sylvia Syms compared the young model-cum-actress to the late Audrey Hepburn. "I worked years ago with a beautiful girl who became very famous," the 80-year-old actress said. "This child here has the same quality which is known as not acting for the camera. She is real and an absolute joy to work with. I was told I was going to work with a model and I had never heard of her but I literally fell in love with her on the first day. The other girl I loved was Audrey Hepburn." [The Telegraph]