Did Kendra Secretly Sell Her Sex Tape?; Lindsay Parties After Alcohol Ed ClassS

  • Though Kendra Wilkinson says she's trying to prevent the release of a sex tape she made before dating Hugh Hefner, documents show she was in the process of releasing the tape herself a year ago.
  • Radar claims the papers prove Kendra was planning to shop the tape around herself, though yesterday OK! printed a cease and desist letter she sent to Vivid Entertainment, and reported, "As a new mom and wife this is the worst scenario she could ever imagine." Another fishy factoid: Kendra supplied the mag with "exclusive photos," though the entire article was based on quotes from anonymous sources. [Radar]
  • Michael Lohan has agreed to temporarily stop threatening to get a conservatorship over Lindsay Lohan after their lawyers talked on the phone yesterday. [TMZ]
  • Or maybe not. Michael Lohan's lawyer told several gossip sites today that they're negotiating amicably, but that doesn't mean Michael is backing off. "Michael will be seeking random drug testing, police searches for her home and properties and a probation extension of at least a year. Conservatorship is still an option," she said. [X17]
  • She added, "Lindsay won't agree to go voluntarily to rehab. Michael and I did meet to discuss the best strategies for Lindsay. Right now, all options remain open. His heart is broken. As any father with an adult child who is doing poorly, this is heartbreaking to him." [X17]
  • Lindsay Lohan attended an alcohol education class yesterday, then went out a few hours later and partied until 2:30 a.m. [TMZ]
  • The dude who claims he was Michael Jackson's lover has been getting death threats, and many are from "crazy Japanese fans." [TMZ]
  • Sources say Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller aren't sure if they'll divorce or not, but they're negotiating the term of their divorce and getting their papers together so they can file all the court papers at once if they decide to split. [TMZ]
  • A judge granted Chaz Bono a legal name and gender change today. [TMZ]
  • At a hearing today a judge said Chris Brown is staying on track with his probation for assaulting Rihanna and should be done with his hard labor in six months. [TMZ]
  • Robin Givens is upset that The View taped an interview with Mike Tyson that airs Friday. Barbara Walters interviewed Givens and Tyson about their abusive marriage on 20/20 in 1988, and Givens asked The View not to "rehash their rather tumultuous relationship." The show ignored her request and "Barbara asked Mike Tyson several questions about their 1988 bombshell interview during (the) taping, which Tyson answered," according to a rep for the show. [UPI]
  • Alexa Ray Joel told People that she wasn't trying to kill herself when she nearly overdosed on pills in December. "I did say, 'I want to die' on the (911 call). Did I really want to? Absolutely not! I was being dramatic, and I take responsibility and apologize to everybody involved," she said, adding that she took the pills after having a fight with her boyfriend. "I was in such a dark place. My soul was shattered. I only felt OK with him. I couldn't play a show without him. I was addicted to this man, and it spiraled out of control. My heart broke all over again," she said. "Does it hurt that someone who was my love and best friend didn't contact me after I overdosed? Absolutely. I had a breakdown, crying that night, but, at the end I realized I didn't need him." [Contact Music]
  • Hart Hanson, the creator of Bones, Tweeted today, "David Boreanaz has asked me to express to fans his sincere pain, thanks for support, and determination that his family will 'get thru this.'" [Us]
  • David Boreanaz's wife Jaime Bergman told People, "I'm not saying everything's okay. I'm still angry. I'm still mad. I am still hurt. " [People]
  • David Boreanaz's mother-in-law says he called her to confess he had an affair. "He's been honest with us. He admitted that he got into a bad spot, that he was in a dark place and made a huge, huge, huge mistake," she said. "He was very remorseful, and to me, that's all I needed was to see remorse." [Radar]
  • Alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel released a statement saying, "David Boreanaz is not part of my life, nor will he be. I am not in communication with him and do not wish to be. I have made no claims against him and do not plan to assert any. Any statements to the contrary are false and I hope that this statement will finally end any speculation about this issue." [TMZ]
  • Elin Nordegren has returned to Florida with her children. A source says she was in Sweden to celebrate Valbourg, a holiday that marks the arrival of spring. [People]
  • Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are renewing their wedding vows. [Us]
  • Jenny McCarthy went to Las Vegas with her sister and friends yesterday and a source says, "After dinner, Jenny headed to the Playboy Club for some martinis and was seen getting very cozy kissing an unknown guy." [E!]
  • At the link, an absolutely riveting interview with Ellen Pompeo about her 7-month-old daughter's eating habits. [People]
  • A woman who sued Sacha Baron Cohen claiming that she was injured during the filming of Bruno has lost her case and been ordered to pay Cohen's legal fees. [Contact Music]
  • Chely Wright has said that years ago country star John Rich asked her, "You're not gay are you?!' I said, ‘No, John, I'm not.' He said, ‘Good, thank God.' And that began a spiral for me. I had a meltdown shortly after that." He responds, "I would never pass judgment on any friend of mine. I feel awful that, at this time in Chely's life, my decade old comment – ‘Good, thank God' – was taken the wrong way. I was clumsily trying to express my relief that even a country boy like me had a one-in-a-million chance of having a beer with a woman as talented and attractive as Chely... I wish she would have said something directly to me before the book's publicity tour, especially since some of the comments attributed to me in the book are not mine." [Access Hollywood]
  • Boy George says he's read the script for a 90-minute BBC drama about his life and, "They've got it right. One of my most extreme looks was to paint my face yellow, and wear my hair really high. That's in, along with all my other styles. Back in the early Eighties we were wearing a lot of outrageous clothes from theatrical costumiers - everything from kaftans to frilly shirts, high heels and big hats. I used to go out dressed as Boadicea. If they'd got it wrong, it could look like a pantomime: but they've really nailed the way I looked then." [Daily Mail]
  • When asked if she's OK with her bad reputation, Kristin Cavallari said, "I'm definitely very honest. I go after what I want. ... MTV actually asked me if they could do 'the bitch is back' slogan and I said, 'Of course.' I mean I think it's funny, you know, it's a TV show and I want to have fun with it. And it's fun to play it up for the cameras, too." [AP]
  • Clint Black says he was asked to be in the straight to DVD movie Flicka 2 because, "It was either me or Alice Cooper, and they decided to go country. I was at a friends ranch and my manager called ... my big concern was that I need to work with a director who knows as much about acting as directing. Michael Damian (the director) and I spent a long time on the phone with me saying, 'You know, I don't do this. This is not my day job. You understand I may need a little extra attention.' I've seen enough of Inside the Actors Studio to know that I'd depend on a director who would help me rise to the challenge." [Reuters]
  • Jake Gyllenhaal says he wants to be taken "a little less seriously" as an actor. "I wanted to fulfill the dreams of those movies I loved watching, like Robin Hood with Errol Flynn," he said, adding, "Who knows in two or three years time what other weird thing I'll do?" [BBC]
  • When asked about the rumor that Britney Spears will guest star on Glee, Matthew Morrison said, "That's a rumor her manager started. I hope our show doesn't go along that route." [Us]
  • RHONY's Ramona Singer says the Kardashians are, "disgusting. I can't believe how the mom [Kris Jenner] pimps out her daughters. To encourage your daughter [Kim] to do Playboy? It's awful. You need to be a better mom! [Star]
  • Simon van Kempen says Jill Zarin's behavior on RHONY this season isn't just editing: "Alex and I never said what was shown of us wasn't true. We said that seeing that in isolation made us look more quirky and more weird and more out there than we really are as rounded people. But let's face it: We've had nine episodes so far, and in all of them Jill's been a pretty nasty woman. Jill Zarin is, ultimately, a pretty unhappy woman, and the high-school thing goes back to ... she admitted this in an interview recently, that no one invited her to the prom. She's still very much a damaged girl." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Amanda Seyfriend says she and boyfriend Dominic Cooper may their long-distance relationship work by Skyping. "We don't even sit in front of the computer," she says. "The other day, I was cleaning, he was cleaning. We couldn't see each other – we were just scrubbing away and talking like we were in the same room." [People]
  • "The weight of fame can get pretty annoying, but do you know what I do now? I have rules. I've finally grown up and finally realized I've got rights. So people come up to me in a restaurant and say, 'Can I have your autograph?' and I say, 'I'm really sorry but I don't do that when I'm eating. I hope you understand.' I'll shake your hand and I'll talk to you - I'm quite happy to talk to people on a one-to-one, human basis. But the minute they turn me into this celebrity I'm pretending not to be for that minute, I sort of say, 'No, I'm not going to do that'. And most people - in fact, 99.9 per cent of people - are very understanding because they understand privacy." — Paul McCartney [The Telegraph]