We've received official word from the Schwarzenegger legal team. They say the allegations are false.
Another day, another rumor about Arnold Schwarzenegger. We try to sort out fact from fiction, so here's the latest scoop... Today, we give you the other half of the story surrounding the former governor's alleged misuse of state funds to cover up his now-infamous infidelity scandal. In case you're just tuning in, here's what's gone down: Yesterday we reported on allegations that a member of security personnel during Schwarzenegger's time in office, William Taylor, spilled to the National Enquirer that police officers were used to quietly escort women to the Hyatt Regency when Arnold stayed there. Now, the former California governor's legal team says those claims are totally false. We received official word, direct from a rep who works for Schwarzenegger's attorney, telling us that the allegations are untrue, and that they're simply media fabrications.
Carmen Llywellyn claims Jason Lee was a drunken abuser brainwashed by Scientology.
Jason Lee is probably one of the most well-liked movie and TV stars around, but all that may change when fans hear ex wife Carmen Llywellyn's allegations that Jason was physically abusive and that her association with his "cult," the Church of Scientology, still gives her nightmares.
Hollywood's always-spinning gay rumor roulette stops this month on Jeremy Renner!
Since Jeremy Renner doesn't seem to be dating anyone publicly, the Enquirer has decided to go the old, tried-and-true "maybe he's gay" route. Jeremy should probably feel honored, because the tabloids don't toss around gay rumors about just anyone—only attractive, single, successful men. So, how did Jeremy set off the Enquirer's gaydar? He likes to sing and dance.
Angelina Jolie answers Brad Pitt's cell and gets an earful of Jen's boozy babbling
It sounds like a Ross and Rachel storyline plucked from straight from Friends: Jennifer Aniston, after seemingly moving on with her life, has a little too much wine one evening and starts replaying misty watercolor memories of the way it was (with ex-husband Brad Pitt). With liquid courage coursing through her veins, she picks up the phone and calls Brad's cell, hoping to chat about the good old days. But who should answer? None other than Brad's new love and Jen's nemesis, Angelina Jolie!
Cancer-stricken Elizabeth is furious over spending her final days with "the other woman."
John Edwards is moving the mother of his love-child into his upscale, waterfront North Carolina neighborhood and will help raise their baby, says the National Enquirer in yet another exclusive report on the disgraced former Presidential candidate. Although lacking proof, sources close to other-woman Rielle Hunter say they believe Edwards is paying for her move.
It's true: the child is his and why he may soon be going to jail.
The National Enquirer is reporting that secret DNA tests confirm that John Edwards is indeed the father of former campaign worker Rielle Hunters' 18-month-old daughter Frances. What's more, it seems like the disgraced presidential candidate may be under investigation for misuse of campaign funds, allegedly funneled to his baby's mamma and the pretend father of the child, former campaign worker and sex tape videographer Andrew Young, as hush money.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's relationship has been a wild five-year ride. And, per the National Enquirer, it could be drawing to a close. Per reports, the stars of Mr. & Mrs. Smith are spending time apart to decide if an actual breakup is necessary. Life in the limelight can be tough and their globe-trotting lifestyle is hard to maintain a healthy relationship. They're tough, though, we wouldn't be surprised to see them rebound.
The National Enquirer claims to have inside info about old Clinton divorce papers.
The always reliable National Enquirer alleges that before her Senate run, Hillary Clinton was ready to divorce Bill Clinton. The specious tale goes that she had a laundry list of Clintonian dalliances including actresses Julie Bowen and Saffron Burrows. Too weird to be true is our guess. Entertaining nonetheless.