Britney's Ex Served With Lawsuit; Suleman Not Coming To American TVS

  • Adnan Ghalib, Britney Spears ex, is being sued because he allegedly hit a process server trying to deliver a restraining order from Brit. He's already facing three felony charges related to the incident. [TMZ]
  • Reports that Nadya Suleman has a reality show in the works aren't exactly true. Suleman said: "I'm going to be doing a show, but it's not a reality show. What I'm doing with this TV show is basically creating documentaries about the lives of my children. It's going to be an ongoing thing, and it will follow them from now until they are 18. It's being done by Eyeworks; they're in the UK. It will air in the UK and then we'll see if the US is interested." No UK network has signed on to air the show. [The Live Feed]
  • Supposedly, Lindsay Lohan's family is trying to convince her to go to rehab. She was overheard yelling "Mom, stop it!" "Enough!" "Quit it!" in response to her mother's pestering. Ok]
  • Sources confirm that Heidi Klum is pregnant with baby #4. [People]
  • Nathan Mathers, Eminem's little brother, was arrested for a second DUI when he failed to move over for an ambulance. [TMZ]
  • Madonna and Jesus Luz: back on. [The Sun]
  • Pink and Carey Hart are planning to renew their wedding vows. "They want to have a ceremony at their house in Malibu on the beach at sunset. It will take place in early summer and will be very simple and small, with just their family and a few close friends," says a source. "They broke up because of their busy careers, but they never stopped loving each other. [The Sun]
  • Mel Gibson is so old-school Catholic that he formed his own church because he doesn't believe mass should be said in English. However, Roger McCaffrey, publisher of Catholic books, explains that his divorce won't mean he's excommunicated. "He'll still be able to technically be a practicing Catholic, even receive communion. In other words, he wouldn't be considered, simply by having a civil divorce or a separation, to be living in grave sin," said McCaffrey. [People]
  • Josh Hartnett says his health is fine after being taken to the emergency room last month. "I just had a little stomach bug," said Hartnett. "It's been reoccurring because I have been spending a lot of time in Third World countries, and I occasionally drank the water when I shouldn't have – and sometimes it catches up with you." [People]
  • Audrina Patridge says her new reality show will be about "my life after The Hills, my journey. It's going to be a little spicier, edgier, older." [People]
  • PETA spokeswoman Pamela Anderson is going to attend the opening of a New York strip club/steakhouse. PETA says it's OK because "steakhouses nowadays have some of the best salad bars and veggie options around, we're sure she'll find plenty to eat should she attend." [L.A. Times Blog]
  • Kevin Smith will perform at Carnegie Hall in June. "This country must truly be in a desperate financial crisis," Smith said. "How else to explain Carnegie Hall allowing someone with so little talent onto their hallowed stage." [UPI]
  • Kathy Griffin's assistant, Jessica, has quit and won't appear in the new season of her reality show. "Jessica had just had enough of Kathy," said an insider. "She put up with her for several years. She couldn't take it anymore." [Perez Hilton]
  • Ben Affleck said he's ready for the day his daughters start dating: "I'm already planning on it – practicing the rocking-chair-and-rifle routine." [People]
  • Sad news: The husband of Katie Holmes' older sister has died of heart failure at 48. [UPI]
  • Gwyneth Paltrow's personal trainer, Tracy Anderson, has sold a workout book, called The 30-Day Method Boot Camp for six figures. It will be published in 2010. [The New York Observer]
  • Gwyneth Paltrow writes about being happy when something bad happened to a former "frenemy" and people seem to think she's referring to Winona Ryder. Wait, isn't Gwyneth the one rumored to have fucked Winona over? [ONTD]
  • Redmond O'Neal, son of Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal, has been in jail for more than a week and no one has visited him. [Radar Online]
  • Ryan Seacrest was spotted in a romantic Paris vacation with L.A. bartender Jasmine Waltz. A source says they've been together for a few months. [People]
  • Kelly Killoren Bensimon was sort of nice when asked if she hates fellow Real Housewives star Bethenny Frankel. "Why would I? Hate's a really strong word," said Bensimon. "I respect her as a dynamic go-getter. I really have a lot of respect for her. It's a lot to be single in New York, working - it's a lot. And like, on your own? Listen, it's not easy." Bethenny said, "I've got the microphone, so I can clock her if she tries anything ... Also, I wore extra-high heels tonight, so I'm up here," she said, gesturing with her hand, "and she's down here." [New York Magazine]
  • Alex Meraz says his New Moon castmate Robert Pattinson smells like roses. "The first time I met him, I was like, 'Dude, you smell fantastic!'" Alex continued,"I don't know where people get this stuff from." [E!]
  • After a months long legal battle Flipping Out's Jeff Lewis and his neighbor, Ugly Betty's Ashley Jensen, have reached an agreement in their dispute over the property line between their homes. "I'm happy Ms. Jensen has returned to Earth, removed the restraining order, and insisted we settle our boundary dispute for my original offer of $30,000," Lewis said in a statement. "Clearly, she has milked this publicity opportunity for all it's worth." [E!]
  • Dove will be running "documercials" during Gossip Girl featuring Sophomore's Chrissy Miller as a downtown fashion designer, and Nylon's style director Dani Stahl. [Jossip]
  • First-time homeowner Zac Efron says: "My sprinkler broke the other day, and I spent all day trying to fix it. I just made things worse and now my whole back yard is flooded. And keeping the house clean. It's like a bigger version of the disaster formerly known as my room." [People]
  • One Tree Hill star Antwon Tanner was arrested today in connection with a Social Security card scam. He's accused of "knowingly and intentionally" transferring Social Security cards last year "with intent to defraud." [NY Post]
  • Billy Ray Cyrus responded to Jamie Foxx's comments that Miley Cyrus should "make a sex tape" and "do some heroin." He said: "It was hurtful, there wasn't nothing funny about it, and quite frankly, I think if I said those things about his daughter he might not find it so comedic." [E!]
  • Seth Rogen says: "It's definitely not true what women say about just wanting a man with a sense of humour. What women mean is they want a guy with a sense of humour who is really handsome. If a girl had a choice between Brad Pitt or me, she'd pick Brad Pitt. And I'm a lot funnier than he is!" [The Telegraph]