Jon Gosselin's Apartment Destroyed By Knife-Wielding Maniac Of SortsS

  • Jon Gosselin's NYC apartment was "ransacked" by someone who slashed his bedding, rugs, clothing, and curtains, stole several items, including a Wii, and then left behind a note "speared to Jon's bedroom dresser with a butcher knife." [TMZ]
  • The note, which called Jon a "cheater," was allegedly signed by Hailey Glassman, though there is no proof as of right now that Glassman is actually the one who put her name on the paper. [TMZ]
  • However, the greatest damage from this vicious, mean spirited and heartless crime was perpetrated not on Jon's property and possessions, but on Jon Gosselin himself, who experienced a traumatic, emotional, roller coast ride having just shared a joyful family gathering with his children during their Christmas Celebration and the last thing that Jon contemplated when entering his New York City apartment, on what is suppose to be a Season that heralds in peace and goodwill, was to be devastated by such a cruel and cold-blooded act that was apparently intended to cut to his heart."-Jon's Attorney, Mark Jay Heller [JustJared]
  • Charlie Sheen and his wife, Brooke Mueller plan to undergo counseling following a fight that sent Sheen to jail late last week. Sheen will undergo anger management treatment, as well. [People]
  • Despite the divorce rumors swirling yesterday, a friend of Sheen and Mueller, Mark Burg, says the couple plans to work things out: "I have spoken to all parties concerned. There are no plans for divorce. They are both deeply upset about what happened and are trying to work things out amicably. They both want to get away from all the sensationalism surrounding what happened and quietly resolve things." [RadarOnline]
  • Renee Zellweger spent Christmas with Bradley Cooper and his family. "Renée seems to get along really well with Bradley's parents," says a source, "They were laughing and seemed to have a great time strolling around Venice." [People]
  • Bruce Springsteen apparently had a lovely time at the ballet recently. [PageSix]
  • Jennifer Aniston has recently struck up a friendship with Demi Moore and is reportedly considering turning to Kabbalah. "Jen and Demi first met a few years ago through a lifestyle guru in Hollywood, but they bumped into each other at a Mont Blanc party in New York last month," says a source, "They spent ages talking and Demi was waxing lyrical about how life-changing and wonderful Kabbalah is, and how much it helps her in her day-to-day life. Jen seemed enthralled by what Demi had to say and was hanging on her every word." [DailyMail]
  • Dina Lohan took Michael Lohan to court early last week claiming that Lohan had not paid her $40,000 in promised child support. "It is sad that the day before Christmas Eve, I was back in court with Michael over child support," she says, "He claims he's broke and can't pay — yet he drives around in a Mercedes and has a house in the Hamptons. He got paid for selling tape recordings of private conversations relating to Lindsay, but he won't pay for his children." [PageSix]
  • Ivana Trump was kicked off a flight on Saturday "after she got into a shouting match with screaming kids running in the aisles." [NYDN]
  • "Fashion is not the focus of my life. I dress like a lot of mothers – quickly! – and hope to be presentable and not embarrass my son; honestly, that's my only goal. I am sure I am a disappointment to many people, but not to my son. I will always love a beautiful dress, but I haven't shopped in a really long time. I borrow clothes from designers for special events – it's like the library, you return them in good faith, then you get to borrow more."-Sarah Jessica Parker [DailyMail]
  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie recently donated $100,000 to the American SOS Children's Villages, a foster care foundation. Jolie released a statement on the organization: "We have seen firsthand the remarkable job SOS does to raised orphaned and abandoned children and keep families together. No one "ages out" of an SOS Village. Vocational training, advanced education, living assistance and more support are there forever." [People]
  • Guy Richie's Sherlock Holmes beat out James Cameron's Avatar for first place at the Friday box office, taking in roughly 24.9 million dollars. [Reuters]
  • "I'm totally committed to it on a day-to-day basis,' he says. 'We send kids to school, set up teenage centres, give them Christmases they wouldn't ordinarily have. A lot of these kids have been in and out of the legal system and have had drug problems. Quite a few of them are the kids of guys that I used to run the streets with. When I'm working with these kids I want to show them that it's possible to follow their dreams. A lot of my friends from back in the day aren't alive now. I was one of the few who made it out. My message is that, if I could do it, they can do it too."-Mark Wahlberg on his foundation. [DailyMail]