The Daily Dish – Friday, September 18

Production on The Batman has resumed. Filming in London was shut down on September 3rd after star Robert Pattinson was diagnosed with COVID-19. (Variety)

E! News says Carole Baskin and her husband are planning a new TV series where they bring animal abusers to justice. She says, “This is a chance for us to use our new platform to battle the everyday evils facing big cats and so many other animals. Working with Thinkfactory on this show will help us further our life’s mission, while bringing important stories and information to ‘cool cats and kittens’ across the country.”

Jerry Harris, who stars on the Netflix series Cheer, was arrested Thursday in Chicago on a federal child pornography charge.
According to Fox News, the 21-year-old was taken into custody “for allegedly enticing an underage boy to produce sexually explicit photos and videos of himself.”
The charge carries a minimum sentence of 15 years in prison and a maximum of 30 years.
This comes just days after it was revealed that the FBI executed a search warrant on his home in Naperville, Illinois.
A spokesperson for Harris tells TMZ: “We categorically dispute the claims made against Jerry Harris, which are alleged to have occurred when he was a teenager. We are confident that when the investigation is complete the true facts will be revealed.”

Lori Loughlin will serve her prison sentence at a “cushy, low-security federal prison camp,” according to Page Six.
A judge has approved the Full House star’s request to do her time in Victorville, California, which is about two hours from her home.
Page Six says that “instead of hard-core cells, the facility features open bay dormitories, two and four-person cubicles, and four-person rooms.”
Lori’s set to surrender by November 19th at the prison for her role in that college admissions scandal.
The same judge has also approved her husband Mossimo Giannulli’s request to serve his five-month sentence at the low-security federal prison in Lompoc, which is also two hours from the couple’s new mansion.
The Bureau of Prisons still has final approval of her request to stay at the prison’s low-security “camp” section.