You don't trust Tom Cruise and Kristen Stewart.
Reader's Digest polled readers to find out, among 200 public figures, who are the "The 100 Most Trusted People in America."
Tom Hanks finished first, along with Sandra Bullock, Denzel Washington and Meryl Streep.
Tom Cruise and Kristen Stewart finished last.
According to Reader's Digest, trust is "earned with a person's integrity and character, exceptional talent and drive, internal moral compass, message, honesty, and leadership."
Where did Donald Trump finish?
Stewart, of course, had an affair with her married, "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders last year, which likely contributed to her low score. Or maybe people just don't like how she dresses.
NEW ALLEGATIONS ABOUT MICHAEL JACKSON: Choreographer Wade Robson says Michael Jackson molested him as a child, and wants money from the late singer's estate, according to TMZ.
Robson met Jackson at age 5 and the pair developed a friendship that lasted for years. By the time Robson was 7, he was going for sleepovers at Neverland Ranch and other Jackson homes in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. TMZ said the sleepovers continued until Robson was 14.
But Robson testified in Jackson's 2005 molestation trial and denied Jackson ever sexually abused him.
So, one way or another, this guy lies about Michael Jackson.
Robson's lawyer filed legal documents on May 1, asking the judge in Jackson's estate case to allow him to file a late creditor's claim. The documents are "for childhood sexual abuse." The documents were filed under seal, meaning they aren't available to the public. But TMZ has sources who reportedly said they specifically outline the alleged abuse.
Robson's lawyer also supposedly mentioned a psychiatrist who treated Robson.
The website said, during Jackson molestation trial, his former housekeeper Blanca Francia testified she witnessed Jackson in the shower with Robson when the boy was 8 or 9 years old.
Geez. Just when we were feeling OK about watching "Captain EO" again ...
Robson, 30, has become a big name choreographer who has worked with Britney Spears, 'N Sync, Usher and Pink, and others. He has also appeared on "So You Think You Can Dance."
Howard Weitzman, the lawyer for Jackson's estate, told TMZ "Mr. Robson's claim is outrageous and pathetic. This is a young man who has testified at least twice under oath over the past 20 years and said in numerous interviews that Michael Jackson never did anything inappropriate to him or with him. Now, nearly four years after Michael has passed, this sad and less than credible claim has been made."
Sources connected with the case supposedly told the website Robson says he suffered from "repressed memory," which would explain why he didn't file his creditor's claim earlier.
JUSTIN BIEBER MIGHT BE CHARGED WITH BATTERY: Justin Bieber should face prosecution for allegedly spitting in his neighbor's face and threatening to kill him, according to investigators, who wrapped up their investigation and sent the case to Los Angeles prosecutors on Tuesday.
Right. And while we're at it, let's make him pull up his pants and stop taking off his shirt.
Bieber was supposedly racing his new Ferrari around his Calabasas gated community in March, which wasn't OK with at least one neighbor, who confronted Bieber. The singer supposedly ordered the man off his property, spit in his face and said, "I'm going to (expletive) kill you!"
Great. Now things are going to be awkward at the Fourth of July block party.
Law enforcement reportedly told TMZ that sheriff's investigators are urging prosecutors to charge the singer with battery, but that they do not believe Bieber should go to prison. They believe the singer needs counseling because of his repeated and escalating bad behavior.
Not to mention how he treats Selena Gomez. That should count for something.
Law enforcement sources supposedly told TMZ that they worry that unless Bieber tones down his attitude, he's either going to "get his ass kicked" or "someone's gonna get a $2 million payday."
Maybe both, if someone gets lucky.
The sources also said authorities are not singling out Bieber because he's a celebrity. They'd make the same recommendation for anyone who's a first-time offender with a bad temper.
The D.A. is reviewing the case and a decision is expected soon.
DISNEY MAY BUILD STAR WARS LAND: Now that Disney has "Star Wars" in its clutches, expect the force to spill over into its theme parks and television ventures.
"In addition to the 'Star Wars' feature films that we've already talked about, we're also working on opportunities for television and our parks," CEO Bob Iger said Tuesday, according to MSN. "It's still very early in the process. We'll announce details as these developments evolve."
This will be more than worth it if they can somehow build an attraction pitting Snow White's dwarves against a pack of rabid jawas in a knife fight.
There's speculation over how big Disney might go, from adding a few more attractions to all-out, brand new "Star Wars" theme parks.
If that's the case, they should build a giant Darth Vader helmet and call it "Sith Mountain."
The company has reportedly begun gauging potential customer response to the idea. Gawker's Ken Layne tweeted an image from a Disney survey that asked respondents this question: "How interested would you be in visiting a 'Star Wars' themed land at the Disneyland Resort?"
Disney's theme park business is already booming, MSN says. The company on Tuesday reported its parks and resorts segment rose 73 percent in the first three months of the year to $383 million, and sales were up 14 percent.
SAMMY HAGAR WINS LAWSUIT: A defamation lawsuit filed against Sammy Hagar by a former Playboy bunny who claimed he fathered her child has been dismissed.
U.S. District Judge Linda Reade ruled April 30 in Iowa that Hagar did not defame the woman -- identified as Jane Doe in court documents -- when he accused her in his 2011 memoir of lying about him fathering her child to extort money.
"We're certainly gratified by the result and we hope this means that it's all over," said Hagar's attorney, Wesley Kinnear of San Francisco. "It's difficult to be involved in litigation like this. It was a surprise to him. And he's very pleased that the judge ruled the way that she did."
The woman, of Waterloo, Iowa, claims she and Hagar had a fling in the 1980s, when she was a Playboy bunny, and that she became pregnant with his child after a concert in 1988.
That's impossible. Rock stars are far too tired after concerts for that sort of nonsense.
According to the Huffington Post, they reached a legal settlement requiring Hagar to pay her during the pregnancy as long as she kept quiet about her belief that he was the father. The woman said the child died shortly after birth in 1989 and no paternity tests were conducted. Hagar ended up paying the woman $7,000.
In his 2011 memoir, "Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock," Hagar denied fathering the child and accused the woman of extorting him. Hagar wrote the woman, who then lived in Lansing, Mich., seduced him after a concert in Detroit, and shortly afterward claimed she was pregnant. "I smelled a setup," he wrote.
Apparently he didn't smell it soon enough.
Hagar said in his book, "I don't believe that she ever had a baby. She may have had an abortion early on. ... I never heard from her again. Obviously, it wasn't my baby, and they knew it. They just extorted me as long as they could. No one ever saw her again."
The woman sued after Hagar's book came out, saying he defamed her, violated her privacy, intentionally inflicted emotional damage and breached their 1989 confidentiality agreement.
But -- duh -- Reade ruled Hagar didn't defame the woman because he didn't name her in his book. In fact, he erroneously as a "Playboy bunny from California."
That must be awful -- getting your Playboy bunnies mixed up. Remind to be a rock star in my next life.
The judge also said the bunny, er, woman didn't prove she suffered any financial, reputational or emotional injuries from his statements.
MAY 9 IN HISTORY
Thursday is May 9, the 129th day of 2013. There are 236 days left in the year.
I1712: The Carolina Colony was officially divided into two entities: North Carolina and South Carolina.
1754: A political cartoon in Benjamin Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette depicted a snake cut into eight pieces, each section representing a part of the American colonies; the caption read, "JOIN, or DIE."
1936: Italy annexed Ethiopia.
1945: U.S. officials announced that a midnight entertainment curfew was being lifted immediately.
1951: The U.S. conducted its first thermonuclear experiment as part of Operation Greenhouse by detonating a 225-kiloton device on Enewetak Atoll in the Pacific nicknamed "George."
1958: "Vertigo," Alfred Hitchcock's eerie thriller starring James Stewart and Kim Novak, premiered in San Francisco, the movie's setting.
1961: In a speech to the National Association of Broadcasters, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Newton N. Minow decried the majority of television programming as a "vast wasteland."
1962: Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology succeeded in reflecting a laser beam off the surface of the moon.
1974: The House Judiciary Committee opened public hearings on whether to recommend the impeachment of President Richard Nixon.
1978: The bullet-riddled body of former Italian prime minister Aldo Moro, who had been abducted by the Red Brigades, was found in an automobile in the center of Rome.
1980: Thirty-five people were killed when a freighter rammed the Sunshine Skyway Bridge over Tampa Bay in Florida, causing a 1,400-foot section of the southbound span to collapse.
1987: A New York-bound Polish jetliner crashed while attempting an emergency return to Warsaw, killing 183 people.
2003: A camouflage-clad gunman fired hundreds of rounds as he roamed the halls of Case Western Reserve University's business school in Cleveland, killing one person (Biswanath Halder was later convicted and sentenced to life in prison). The United States and its allies asked the U.N. Security Council to give its stamp of approval to their occupation of Iraq. The Republican-led House approved, 222-203, a $550 billion tax cut package.
2008: Jury selection began in the Chicago trial of R&B superstar R. Kelly, accused of videotaping himself having sex with a girl as young as 13. (Kelly was later acquitted on all counts.)
2012: President Barack Obama declared his unequivocal support for same-sex marriage in a historic announcement that came three days after Vice President Joe Biden spoke in favor of such unions on NBC's "Meet the Press." Hair stylist Vidal Sassoon, 84, died in Los Angeles.
Actor Albert Finney (77), musician Sonny Curtis (Buddy Holly and the Crickets) (76), actress Candice Bergen (67), singer Billy Joel (64), rock musician Tom Petersson (Cheap Trick) (63), actor John Corbett (52), singer Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode) (51), rapper Ghostface Killah (43), actress Rosario Dawson (34), rock singer Andrew W.K. (34), TV personality Audrina Patridge (28).