And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
Brad, apparently, was especially upset about
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Cathriona White's secret estranged husband Mark Burton filed an explosive lawsuit against Jim Carrey on Monday accusing the actor of providing the prescription meds that ultimately killed Cat last September.
As you may recall, the 30-year-old tragically committed suicide nearly a year ago by overdosing on Ambien, Propranolol, and Percocet.
The new lawsuit claims the drugs in question were found in pill bottles bearing the name Arthur King, which is allegedly the 54-year-old actor's pseudonym.
Not only is it illegal in California to get prescriptions by misrepresenting your identity, but Burton's filing also claims Carrey gave White the pills just days before her passing… even though he reportedly knew she was prone to suicide and depression.
The suit also charges that The Mask star tried to cover his tracks by texting the Ireland native (after her death) about misplacing the drugs.
The lawsuit reads:
Nick Gordon has been found "legally responsible" for the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown after not showing up in court on Friday.
As you know, Bobbi Kristina was found unresponsive in the bathtub of her Georgia home in January 2015, and remained in a coma for six months. Toxicology reports showed that drugs were in her system, and she was taken off life support in July 2015.
According to local news reports, Gordon's absence from the court's hearing regarding the $50 million wrongful death civil suit has rendered him responsible — and now a jury will decide the damages against him later today.
Reporter Jennifer Leslie has been providing updates from the scene:
Naya Rivera continues to be Sorry, Not Sorry about leaving everything on the table in her new memoir.
So. Much. Tea.
One subject the Devious Maids actress touches on is her longtime feud with the FOX hit's leading lady Lea Michele — and how although their rivalry was very real, it was definitely overblown in the media.
Miz Rivera writes:
We just hope he gets the help he needs!
On Tuesday, EJNYC star Drew McNamara checked into rehab for prescription drug and alcohol abuse. With support from his parents and co-stars, the reality TV personality is currently at Promises in Malibu, CA and will stay at the facility for at least 30 days.
According to spokesperson Jonathan Stinson:
"Drew called me Sunday letting me know he will be in the care of Promises Malibu for detox and then moved to Promises West LA after a week for the remainder of his 30 days of treatment. He checked in Tuesday nervous but happy to get the help he needs. Drew went willingly and is excited to focus on his music and upcoming album with a clear head post-treatment."
As of this writing, BFF EJ Johnson has yet to comment.
We wish Drew the best of luck with his recovery.
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Now that the Olympics are over, we thought we'd finally be done with any and all controversy surrounding the games.
But thanks to some hackers (oh, and that DWTS protest), the world just can't escape the drama!
A group of Russian computer hackers called the Fancy Bears Hack Team recently got their hands on and then published some documents from the World Anti-Doping Agency that show Olympic gold medalist and Rio darling Simone Biles, along with Serena Williams and Venus Williams, were given medical exemptions to use banned drugs!
The hacktivist group took to Twitter to share the documents:
Just keep looking forward, Abs!
It's been a little over five months since Abby Wambach went from U.S. Women's Soccer superstar to criminal overnight thanks to her April DUI arrest.
However, based on what we're hearing from her new book — Forward, a Memoir – it sounds like being publicly humiliated is actually exactly what the doctor ordered!
While the 36-year-old athlete's tell-all doesn't come out until tomorrow, we're hearing the pages are full of surprisingly candid self-reflection — including chapters covering YEARS of drug and alcohol abuse.
Luckily, Abby claims that she hasn't touched any of her vices — vodka, Vicodin, Ambien, and Adderall — since her arrest, saying: