Police Raid The Office Of Anna Nicole's Former Physician

  • The office of the doctor who prescribed Anna Nicole Smith methadone 13 days before she gave birth was raided today and police are looking for a connection between the doctor and lawyer Howard K. Stern.
  • The California Medical Board is looking for evidence that Dr. Sandeep Kapoor was writing prescriptions for Stern so he could give the pills to Anna. Kapoor has already broken the law by writing prescriptions for the pregnant Anna Nicole under a fake name. [TMZ]
  • This video is meant to demonstrate that Dannielynn is the "spitting image" of her mom, but as adults hover around the two-year-old and photograph her, it just seems sad that no one learned from her mom's relationship with the media and decided not to put the toddler on camera. [E!]
  • Former Backstreet Boy Nick Carter struggled with drugs and alcohol for years, but decided to get sober when he found out he has a life threatening heart condition. Now he says he's healthy and in the best shape of his life, and there are locker wall-worthy photos to prove it. [People]
  • In other boy band news, New Kids on the Block's Jonathan Knight has been outed by his former boyfriend in the National Enquirer. Reportedly, he realized he was gay after dating Tiffany. [Boy Culture]
  • At last! Audio of Etta James dissing Beyonce and Barack can be found here. [This Is 50]
  • Gossip Girl is planning a plot for the end of this season based on Anne Hathaway's romance with Italian grifter Raffaello Follieri. Surely this is much more exciting than her Oscar nomination. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • The latest of the Christian Bale parodies has Rahm Emanuel going off on Tom Daschle, and you can listen to it here. [Jossip]
  • In this video, a man dressed in a Batman costumes terrorizes tourists, performing the Christian Bale rant. Has this gone too far already? [TMZ]
  • Here's the full text of Bale's diatribe, in case you want to don a Newsies costume and frighten some tourists yourself. [The Telegraph]
  • Steven Soderbergh may direct Moneyball, based on the MIchael Lewis book Moneyball: The Art of Winning An Unfair Game. The film will star Brad Pitt. [Variety]
  • Jewel will be on the next season of Dancing With the Stars. [Perez Hilton]
  • This article dubs Kate Winslet the "Queen of Cleavage" and recounts the history of her breasts, claiming they have "become so important they are starting to take on a life of their own." [Telegraph]
  • Sources say Usher's wife isn't happy being left in Atlanta with their two sons while he records his new album, but people involved with the record had enough of her meddling when he was working on his last project. [Perez Hilton]
  • Shield your eyes, Notebook fans. Here's the first picture of Rachel McAdams kissing her new boyfriend, Josh Lucas. [Perez Hilton]
  • Ricki Lake is going to take over Sharon Osbourne's role as Headmistress on the third season of Charm School. [PR Newswire]
  • Jason Wahler, Lauren Conrad's ex, says though he likes Whitney, he can't believe The City got picked up for a second season because it was "a terrible show." [Perez Hilton]
  • Hugh Grant drove up to his house with former girlfriend Jemima Khan, who he dated for three years, but when they spotted photographers they got back in the car and drove away. [The Daily Mail]
  • Patrick Swayze has sold Simon & Schuster the rights to a book he plans to write with his wife about his life before and after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. [Crain's]
  • Ricky Gervais thinks it's hilarious that his satirical letter to President Obama, which says he'll try to get Posh to leave the U.S. if Obama recalls Paris Hilton from the U.K., has been reported in the media. He says: "I'd love to think that somewhere there is an adviser sitting with the president saying: 'OK, so let me see if I've got this straight. 1. Withdraw from Iraq 2. Sort out education in the poorest communities and 3. Swap Posh for Hilton." [UPI]
  • The U.S. and U.K. show Secret Millionaire in which rich people go undercover in poor neighborhoods and hand out money, is being adapted to capitalize on the success of Slumdog Millioniare. Secret Slumdog Millionaire will follow the same premise but be set in Mumbai, though officials have already complained that the residents are stereotyped in the film. [E!]
  • Martha Stewart is suing oven-maker TurboChef because she promoted their products on her show and website and never received the company stock and cash she was promised in return. [TMZ]
  • In addition to his many other charms, Daniel Craig is a good Samaritan. At a party, British journalist Sir Peregrine Worsthorne lost his hearing aid and Craig led the search, not hesitating to get down on his hands and knees or stick his hand into the kitchen garbage. He didn't even punch Sir Peregrine when the hearing aid was found stuck in his shirt. [The Daily Express]
  • Dame Judi Dench reveals that she was once locked out of the Oscars for arriving late. She didn't mind because Morgan Freeman was locked out with her. [The Star]
  • Duff McKagan of Guns N' Roses has a new finance column in Playboy. The Economist reports: "He took an interest in business after getting off drugs in 1994." [The Economist]
  • A court ruled that 50 Cent won't have to pay half his assets, about $50 million, to the mother of his 11-year-old son, even though she says 50 promised to "take care of her for life." [TMZ]
  • Paul Walker, 35, proposed to his 19-year-old girlfriend over the weekend. Paul, who has a 9-year-old daughter, "can't wait to add more kids to his life" according to a source. [Star]
  • Proof kids should not try Quidditch at home: a stuntman working on the new Harry Potter film fell while rehearsing a flying stunt and is now unable to move his hands or legs after sustaining a spinal cord industry. His family says he has vowed to get better and return to work on the film. [UPI]
  • Eminem is thrifty, and surprisingly sweet. He once called his manager to ask if he had enough cash to buy a $15,000 watch. His manager told him to go for it, but Eminem decided not to, saying "I don't want to run out of money, I want my daughter to be able to go to college." [U.S. News & World Report]
  • Holly Madison wrote on her blog that her job at Playboy was real and she didn't quit just because she left The Girls Next Door. Holly writes: "If I had wanted a fake career for Girls Next Door I would have stuck with the jewelry line because that required very little of my time. I spent way more than full time directing shoots, editing, making mock layouts and approving retouching." [Perez Hilton]
  • If things don't work out with John Mayer, Jennifer Aniston could always become a Rock of Love contestant. Bret Michaels says he has a crush on Jen because, "she seems like someone you could take home to meet mom — yet, behind closed tour bus doors, she could rock your world." [Us]
  • Jennifer Connelly says that men will enjoy He's Just Not That Into You just as much as women. "There must be a reason why Ben Affleck wanted to do it and Bradley Cooper and Louie Guzman is in it, Kevin Connolly, Justin Long," she says. Yes, there must be a reason, we just can't figure out what it is. [CBS News]