Tattle has some friends who take "Star Wars" seriously.

Then there's Charles Roy.

Roy, of Helena, Mont., was arrested, according to People magazine, after he allegedly threatened to shoot one of his Facebook "friends" for "spoiling" some of the new film's plot points.

No "like."

The 18-year-old was detained last Friday on a single felony assault with a weapon charge. He has since been released on $10,000 bail.

According to the arrest report obtained by People, Roy began talking about "The Force Awakens" last Thursday with a boy he'd befriended on the social networking site.

According to police, after the boy revealed some "spoilers," Roy sent him a picture of himself with a gun which Roy claimed was a Colt 1911 with a "hair trigger."

He also allegedly told the boy he would show up at his school during lunch time and shoot him, which prompted officials on Friday to lock down the boy's school.

Roy declined to speak with police. His mother said the gun was only a BB gun.

At the very least it should have been a lightsaber.

Stream the Beatles

Five years after the Fab Four brought their music to iTunes, the discography of the Beatles, a popular British quartet of yore, will be available for streaming on Spotify, Google Play, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Prime, Deezer, Microsoft Groove, Rhapsody and Slacker.

The move could help the band reach an audience who think Kanye West discovered Paul McCartney. for older folk, the band's music is so ubiquitous, it's been streaming in the brains of Baby Boomers for half a century.

TATTBITS

* A grand jury yesterday indicted Kevin Roper, the truck driver accused of crashing into a limo van last year on the New Jersey Turnpike, injuring comedian James McNair and seriously injuring Tracy Morgan and others. .

The grand jury charged Roper with first-degree aggravated manslaughter, second-degree vehicular homicide and third-degree aggravated assault in the June 2014 crash in which Morgan suffered brain trauma, broken ribs and a broken leg.

* "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice was freed from prison yesterday after serving nearly a year for bankruptcy fraud, and she returned home to spend Christmas with her family.

Giudice's lawyer said she was released at about 5 a.m. from the Danbury Federal Correctional Institution in Connecticut.

She traveled home to Montville, N.J., in a black SUV and will be placed on home confinement until Feb. 5, attorney James Leonard said, though she is expected to spend Christmas Eve at her brother's home.

Giudice had a "very emotional, very powerful" reunion with her husband and four daughters, Leonard said.

"She's safe and sound in her own home. She's very happy to be here," Leonard said. "She's very much looking forward to a nice, quiet, low-key holiday with her family."

Which will probably be filmed for an upcoming reality show.

* Chicago rapper King Louie has been credited with coining the term "Chiraq." He was not happy when Spike Lee recently released a movie called "Chi-raq."

That movie was about Chicago gun violence.

Yesterday King Louie was riding in a car in Chiraq when he was shot in the head.

At press time he was in stable condition.

But as the great Allan Sherman sang, "You went the wrong way old King Louie."

Madonna and ex-husband Guy Richie are reportedly in a custody battle over their 15-year-old son Rocco.

Rocco wants to stay in London with dad. Madonna wants him back home in the U.S.

Tattle wants this to drag on awhile. Next week is going to be slow.

Merry Christmas.

- Daily News wire services contributed to this report.

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