Elisabeth Moss reportedly has a new boyfriend. People magazine reported that the Mad Men star is dating Adam Arkapaw, an Australian cinematographer. Moss divorced Saturday Night Live star Fred Armisen in 2011 after less than a year of marriage.
Alec Baldwin reportedly ran over a reporter's foot with his bike while trying to get away from them. According to the New York Daily News, the press was waiting for him at the entrance of his apartment building. Alec tweeted, "15-20 cameramen outside my bldg this am, chasing me on my bike. They're knocking into ppl on the street, yelling 'Will you seek help, Alec?'"
Kevin Costner is being sued by his neighbor for refusing to trim his trees. Rick Grimm filed a lawsuit against his famous neighbor, claiming that Costner is blocking his beach view by planting too many trees around his property and refusing to cut the branches. Grimm wants the judge to enforce Costner to landscape -- and is seeking at least $150,000 in damages for loss of enjoyment due to the excessive hedges, and wants $500,000 for damage to his property values.
Molly Sims is a mom. The actress/model welcomed her first son on Tuesday (June 19th). Sims, 39, tied the knot with Scott Stuber last September. This is their first child.
Jim Carrey has reportedly derailed plans for a Dumb and Dumber sequel. Entertainment Tonight reported that Carrey has dropped out of the project -- just months after it was confirmed. ET reported, "According to sources, Carrey grew increasingly frustrated by New Line and Warner Brothers, who he felt showed a lack of enthusiasm regarding the project."
NBC is reportedly looking to replace Ann Curry on the Today show. The New York Times reported that executives are on the hunt for a new co-host to sit next to Matt Lauer. Ratings for the morning show are down, and Curry has reportedly already had conversations with the executives about a different position. They reportedly want to make a change before the Summer Olympics begins in late July.
Ashton Kutcher is suing the DMV. The actor and his production company partner Jason Goldberg have filed suit against California's Department of Motor Vehicles for allegedly backing out of a planned reality show based on its employees. The company, Katalyst Media, claims they are owed at least $1.44 million in damages for breach of contract. As for what we're missing out on? The lawsuit states, "The series was conceived and designed to capture the variously humorous, emotional, dramatic, moving, humanizing and entertaining situations that arise on a daily basis at DMV's more than 170 offices across the state of California."
Melissa Joan Hart is publishing her memoirs. The actress will release Melissa Explains It All: Tales from My Abnormally Normal Life in the fall of 2013. The book will detail "a childhood split" between growing up in the suburbs and being a young star on Nickelodeon's Clarissa Explains It All and then ABC's Sabrina, The Teenage Witch.
Halle Berry has been ordered to pay child support to her ex Gabriel Aubrey. According to TMZ.com, Halle and Gabriel faced off in court on Monday (June 18th) and sources say that a judge ordered her to pay him $20,000 a month for their four-year-old daughter Nahla. Gabriel reportedly requested that specific amount so that he could rent a home and have other essentials in order to raise their daughter. The two currently have joint custody of Nahla. Halle and Gabriel will face off in court once again over whether Halle and Nahla could permanently move to Paris with her fiancé Olivier Martinez.
Reports say that Oprah Winfrey has lost 25 pounds in only six weeks. According to The National Enquirer, O lost the weight with the help of a new chef and the her trainer Bob Greene. The media mogul started gaining weight after launching OWN last year. She reportedly turned to her creative staff to develop a diet and workout plan for hersef -- which included hiring a chef to prepare three portion controlled meals and day and workouts on the treadmill with Greene. A source said, "Oprah has absolutely flipped for the new chef. The personalized diet Oprah's been following uses a combination of fruits and vegetables, fish, chicken and lean meat. It's low in fat and calories but still leaves her feeling full."
Alec Baldwin went on TV Tuesday (June 19th) night to defend himself against allegations that he punched a photographer earlier in the day. A photographer for the New York Daily News has accused the actor of attacking him outside a courthouse, where Alec and his fiance were reportedly getting a marriage license. Baldwin told Charlie Rose that he only pushed the photographer away after the man -- who had harassed him in the past -- hit him in the teeth with his camera.
Charlie Sheen admitted that he "cracked" during his infamous 2011 public meltdown. When asked to explain the months of bizarre behavior -- which led to his firing from Two and a Half Men -- Charlie told Playboy, "I don't know what happened. I think I cracked." While reflecting on the situation, Sheen speculated that the breakdown was the release of pent-up anger. He explained, "It was the buildup of all the time I've been in the business, the divorces and everything. I started to unravel. I was mad about having to play the game -- not that I was playing it well, but I'd been doing it for so long. I finally just said the things I had always been thinking. But in the middle of a psychotic break."
Former Disney star/Dancing With the Stars contestant Kyle Massey is angry that he was cut out of Bristol Palin's reality show. Massey filed a lawsuit against the producers of Bristol's new Lifetime reality show -- claiming he and his brother created the concept but were shut out by a producer named David McKenzie. Kyle -- who met Bristol while they competed on DWTS -- says that he and his brother developed the idea for a reality show starring Bristol, on which they would also appear. The concept was that the brothers would "help Palin meet the challenges of child rearing while adjusting to life in L.A." According to the complaint, McKenzie cut the Masseys out of the project and repackaged it with only Bristol -- and that is the show that premiered this week. The Masseys want over $500,000 they claimed they were promised to appear on the show, additional cash for creating the concept -- and want Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp shut down. It's worthy to note that Bristol is not named as a defendant in the suit.
Vision loss prompted Jack Osbourne to visit a doctor -- leading to his shocking Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis. Jack recalled the situation, telling People magazine, "I couldn't see anything in front of me." Doctors discovered that he'd lost 80 percent of the vision in his right eye, and then explained the root of his problem. In an effort to reduce symptoms of the disease, Jack is taking medication and adopting a healthier diet. He said that his vision has already improved. As for how he's dealing with the situation? Jack said, "It's just one of those things you take as it comes. It's all about your outlook."