Morning Links: Jim Jones Arrested Again, Whitney Biennial Gets Occupied

● Jim Jones was picked up by the police yet again, this time for driving with a suspended license — a charge that he claims is mistaken. What’s the opposite of "ballin’"? [TMZ]

The Carrie Diaries has cast 18-year-old AnnaSophia Robb as it’s young Carrie Bradshaw. [Vulture]

● Growing her brood, Uma Thurman is pregnant with her third and financier beau Arpad Busson’s first child. [E!]

Ace Ventura star and "serial trouble-maker" Sean Young is seeking an apology from the academy after a brush-up with a security guard that ended in her arrest at Sunday’s otherwise glamorous Governors Ball. [Page Six]

● The Whitney Biennial has officially been occupied: a very believable Biennial site, whitney2012.org, announced yesterday that the museum has made the "difficult decision" to break with two of the Biennial’s corporate sponsors — Sotheby’s and Deutsche Bank — "whose recent corporate conduct has made it impossible for the Museum to maintain a partnership with them." Needless to say, such is not the case, and the hoax is thought to be the work of Arts & Labor, a working group of Occupy Wall Street. [NYT]