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Actor Scott Evans Arrested in Alleged Undercover Drug Bust

Actor Scott Evans was arrested last night for attempting to make a purchase from an undercover cop, TMZ reports:

Oltl1Law enforcement sources tell us Evans was arrested Tuesday evening when he tried to score narcotics from an LAPD officer posing as a dealer. Evans -- who played Officer Oliver Fish on "One Life to Live" a few years back -- was booked at 6:15PM for attempt to possess a controlled substance ... a felony. He bailed out around 12:30AM.

It's unclear what drug Evans was trying to buy.

Evans reacted to the bust with a Facebook post early this morning: "Most ridiculous night of my life in LA so far. At least I made it a year before getting arrested."

Evans is the gay younger brother of actor Chris Evans.

Gay Storyline Gets Axed on 'One Life to Live'


Scott Evans and Brett Claywell's gay storyline will be written out of One Life to Live by mid-April, TV Guide reports:

"Word is, the decision to drop the duo didn’t come easily. Kish has been a big success with the media and the show’s gay fans, and gay-advocacy groups have showered OLTL with awards for creating the trail-blazing couple. But sources at the network say the duo failed to resonate with the mainstream audience. Ratings for the ABC soap were particularly dismal in late 2009 during the weeks that Fish came out of the closet and he and Kyle officially became a couple. Also playing simultaneously was a sprawling plot that had Robin Strasser’s character, Dorian, pretending to be a lesbian in order to win the gay vote in the Llanview mayoral race. A case of gay overkill?"

Said executive producer Frank Valentini: “We are concluding the story that we set out to tell with Kyle and Fish. We are very proud to have broken new ground with a same-sex couple on daytime.”

The "Kish" sex scene, AFTER THE JUMP...

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News: Avatar, Keith Haring, Cyberbullying, Iowa, Justin Timberlake

 roadNYers, One Life to Live's Scott Evans is set to be auctioned off for the NY gay dodgeball league tonight at the Jockathon. Bid him up!

Lambert  roadLambert talks fashion in Vman.

 roadWoman bites it during Showcase Showdown on The Price is Right.

 roadAvatar breaks Titanic world record: "Distributor 20th Century Fox said the James Cameron mega-budget blockbuster's worldwide cume -- excluding Puerto Rico -- was through the weekend just $2 million shy of "Titanic's" global boxoffice record of $1.843 billion. The distributor confirmed that "Titanic's" historic benchmark fell as of early Monday."

 roadStop cyberbullying (watch the whole thing).

 roadScientists hope to resurrect extinct Galapagos tortoises: "Researchers theorize that the nine identified living descendants of the vanished species are the grandchildren of lucky elephantopus survivors which may have been taken by whalers as future meals but then thrown overboard. Those last heroic survivors then must have come ashore to nearby islands and mated with the native species living there."

 roadGay All My Children actor James Mitchell (Palmer Cortland) has died at 89.

Gillibrand  roadGillibrand to step up attacks on Harold Ford, Jr.: "The onetime Albany-area congresswoman has begun to mix it up in recent days, but her penchant for measured responses and attacking Ford through proxies hasn’t impressed many in a tabloid media market that rewards the brash and punishes the bashful. Several Democratic sources told POLITICO that Gillibrand and her team get it — and are now seeking to augment her communications team with a consultant who will more aggressively target Ford..."

 roadTickle Me, Hugh Jackman.

 roadGay Indiana businessman to be guest at State of the Union.

 roadIndiewire goes inside the screening of 8: A Mormon Proposition.

Haring  roadDesigners who accidentally leased Keith Haring's Broome Street apartment pay tribute to the street art master.

 roadGrooved hills captured on surface of Saturn moon Titan.

 roadJamaican shopkeeper won't sell to people with HIV: "Stone responds that many Jamaicans believe that any contact, not only with someone who has HIV, but even touching something they have touched, would lead to infection."

 roadUK travel agencies want you to visit Brighton.

 roadLady Gaga and Marc Jacobs were seen spraying each other with Champagne at NYC's 1 Oak following her closing show last night.

Gosling  roadRyan Gosling takes a ride on a tube.

 roadJustin Timberlake to be feted by Harvard's Hasty Pudding Club.

 roadIowa Governor Chet Culver to declare Wednesday Gay-Straight Alliance Day in the state: "The day, organized by Iowa Pride Network seeks to honor student GSA groups in high schools and colleges that work to end violence and harassment of students including those that are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender."

 roadScientology recruiting star leaves the church: "He says the church failed to deliver the spiritual gains it promised. He also wants his money back, nearly $120,000 he says he prepaid for services never taken. A church policy says parishioners can get repayments, but if they do, they cannot come back. Eleven months ago, Anderson met with Scientology spokesman Tommy Davis to discuss his request for repayment."

Watch: Scott Evans and Brett Claywell Sex on One Life to Live


ABC, which was taken to task over the Adam Lambert censorship, has taken Scott Evans (Fish) and Brett Claywell's (Kyle) romance to the bedroom. This is not your mother's soap opera.


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One Life to Live's Scott Evans Does Instinct


One Life to Live's Scott Evans, who plays hunky gay cop Oliver Fish on One Life to Live, appears on the cover of the Dec/Jan issue of Instinct magazine.

Scott To continue today's supportive parents meme... From the cover story:

"Brother of movie star Chris Evans (Fantastic Four’s flaming hetero), the 26-year-old Scott experienced what can sadly be considered a rarity: coming out to an instantly supportive family. The actor describes his real-life mother—who also portrays Fish’s mother on the show—as a 'liberal, awesome, crazy' woman, a woman who responded to her son’s coming out with, '‘Oh, yeah. I knew when I gave birth to you.’' Unfortunately, the Fish family was poised to react in a starkly different way to the experience, as thoughtfully penned by OLTL head writer Ron Carlivati and team. The Evanses, mother and son, would themselves depict the all-too-common story of intolerance and disapproval unleashed in the aftermath of a son’s coming-out moment. Filmed on set this past summer, Officer Fish’s mom immediately cut ties with him after learning of his sexuality—a stretch even for the talent of Lisa Evans. 'It was heartbreaking for her. Once the scene ended, she came to me crying and would hug me, saying, ‘I love you,’' remembers Scott."

(images via just jared)

Scott Evans and Brett Claywell: One Life to Live Romance Heats Up


Things have been heating up lately between Fish (Scott Evans) and Kyle (Brett Claywell) on One Life to Live


Let's hope it gets steamier.




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