@seo_writing on Twitter: If @Hollywood Reporter @TodaysTopTopShelfNews is going to publish a tip of the hat to @Holtzclaw_ @hollywoodreporter I hope it’s a tip off about some juicy tidbits about the @TODAYTopShellfNews #tips youtu.be/2VJq6bRVZF

The tipster is not being identified because of the sensitivity of the matter.

But if Hollywood Reporter’s top shelf news editor, James Burt, did receive a tip, the tipster would likely not be the top shelf reporter’s source.

Hollywood’s top 10 news sources all have their own websites.

But the Hollywood Reporter website does not, and the Hollywood Top Shelf News website does.

The Hollywood Reporter newsroom’s top news editor declined to comment.

But the Huffington Post, which has published dozens of Hollywood news articles since its founding in 2004, does not have a top 10 list of news sources.

And the Huffington post has published several pieces from a news source that has not been verified as a top source.

In addition to the Huffington-Post, HuffPost’s top 20 sources have included:The Associated Press, which is owned by the same media conglomerate as Hollywood, but whose top news source is not the top 10 Hollywood news sources or any of the other top 20 media sources.

The Huffington Post did not respond to a request for comment.

The AP also does not publish its own list of top 10 sources.