Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallgher is being sued for US$3 million by an American journalist who claims he fathered a child with her. Rumours have been swirling in the UK after it was revealed an unnamed rock star was caught in a desperate battle to stop his wife learning about his love child
LIVE AT YORK ST Jed & Hera (Fledge) Being big in Iceland must, on a global scale, be about the same as being big in Christchurch. Hera Hjartard
Troubled American actress Amanda Bynes, wearing sweat pants and a long blue wig has briefly appeared in a New York court on charges of marijuana possession and throwing a bong out a window, and a judge postponed her case until September. Bynes, 27, made no comment during the hearing but has previously denied the charges of possession, reckless endangerment and attempted tampering with evidence, all of which are misdemeanors
If you stick around through the closing credits of Before Midnight, the latest film in the trilogy that also includes Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, you’ll see that the movie is dedicated to someone whose name even the most die-hard fans have never heard before: Amy Lehrhaupt.
OPINION: With all the hoopla and listicles outlining the so-called wackiness her baby daddy spouted in his New York Times interview last week, comparatively little has been made of Kim Kardashian’s own public outpouring (and we’re not talking about her birthing fluids – Mazel Tov!). A week before Kim gave birth to her and Kanye West’s child – almost a month earlier than scheduled (you’re welcome, gossip rags!) – she tweeted a series of distressing tales of paparazzi subterfuge, claiming when she denied them pictures of her, “they threatened my life & said if I continue to block shots then they will make my world dangerous to live in! How dare they threaten my life & my unborn child! This has gotten way out of control!” “For years I’ve always been so gracious,” she continued, “Let me enjoy this last month of pregnancy please without threats & being scared to leave my home due to what dangerous thing they just threatened to do to me.” What is clearly a cry for safety and privacy, though, will surely fall on deaf ears.
A district court judge who lectures on international art crime has found his work in the most unexpected place – the pages of Dan Brown’s latest blockbuster. Hamilton-based Judge Arthur Tompkins, who each New Zealand winter teaches a course on art crime during war in a small town north of Rome, was stunned to find The Da Vinci Code author had lifted a passage of his writing for use in his latest New York Times bestseller, Inferno.
Troubled actress Amanda Bynes seems to have a busy time ahead: First she’s planning to basically sue everybody – and then start a career as a rapper. The actress also claims that the drug related items discovered in her home do not exist.
Former child star Amanda Bynes is on the best way to overtake Lindsay Lohan as the reigning queen of bizarre public behaviour. This weekend investigators were looking into allegations made by Bynes that New York Police Department officers sexually assaulted her when she was charged with heaving a marijuana bong out the window of her 36th-floor Manhattan apartment.
Angelina Jolie’s aunt and the “unsung heroine” in her fight against cancer has slipped into a coma because of the disease. The 37-year-old actress revealed she underwent a preventative double mastectomy earlier this year in a New York Times op-ed piece published on May 14.
Lindsay Lohan allegedly dashed from rehab just minutes after stepping foot into the facility.