TRENDIN' WITH TRISTAN: Selena Gomez seeking treatment


OWEN WILSON: Woman Has His Baby

Owen Wilson welcomed a baby girl earlier this week.

A woman named Varunie Vongsvirates, who had a brief fling with the actor, gave birth to his child on Tuesday. After she had become pregnant and claimed that Wilson was the father, the actor agreed to take a paternity test which confirmed it without a doubt.

Wilson, who will turn 50 next month, already has two kids from previous relationships. (Page Six)


JENNIFER GARNER: Back in the Dating Pool

While Ben Affleck has had several romances since his split with Jennifer Garner, the actress is only now getting "back in the dating pool," according to People magazine.

A source says, “Jen has been wanting to move on and now when the divorce is finalized, she finally can.”

The insider explains that “she has had no choice but to be patient since Ben needed to finish his rehab treatment. But she was ready to sign the papers.”

The source says, “Jen doesn’t want to be single for the rest of her life, so she is open to dating. She has been on dates, but it seems she isn’t serious about a guy. As always, she is mostly focused on her kids and her job.”


Arnold Schwarzenegger regrets calling opponents “girly men:” 

In a new interview with “Men’s Health,” actor/former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says he regrets calling his political opponents “girly men” back in the day, noting, “At the time it felt like the right thing to do. . . I called them girly men because they weren’t willing to take risks.”

But he doesn’t regret the comments because they were sexist. “It was shortsighted. In the long term, it’s better to not say that, because you want to work with them,” he said. “When you can reach out across the aisle and work together, you can get much more accomplished.”

The “Terminator” star also apologized for his previous questionable behavior towards women. “Looking back, I stepped over the line several times, and I was the first one to say sorry,” he shares. “I feel bad about it, and I apologize.” According to the “Los Angeles Times,” six women accused Schwarzenegger of groping them. 

Source: New York Post 


Former “Little Women of Atlanta” star sentenced to 16 years in jail: 

Melissa Hancock, a former star of the Lifetime series “Little Women: Atlanta,” has been sentenced to 16 years in prison, for a fatal DUI crash that killed a U.S. Coast Guard technician.

The 25-year-old Hancock was sentenced yesterday following a guilty plea to manslaughter, driving the wrong way and failing to obey a highway sign. 

Hancock struck 29-year-old New Jersey Native Daniel Dill head on back in November after driving the wrong way down a Virginia State highway. Her blood alcohol level was between 0.17 and 0.19 at the time of the crash. 

Source: USA Today

Channing Tatum reportedly dating Jessie J

Channing Tatum is back on the dating scene. According to “US Weekly,” the “Magic Mike” star, who split from wife Jenna Dewan in April, is reportedly dating singer Jessie J.

Sources say the two stars have been dating for a couple of months, and Channing was recently spotted at her concerts in Seattle and Salt Lake City. The pair was also spotted playing mini-golf in Seattle earlier this month. An insider notes, “it’s new, casual and they’re having fun together.” 

Source: Us Weekly

Selena Gomez seeking treatment in a mental health facility

Selena Gomez is reportedly in a mental health facility seeking treatment after suffering what sources are calling an emotional breakdown.

Insiders say during the last week in September Selena was upset and emotional about her health, causing a family member to take her to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, where she stayed for a day. She was apparently upset about a low blood cell count following her kidney transplant, and when the health issues continued she was re-admitted late last week.

During her second stint she reportedly had “a meltdown” and “freaked out” when doctors wouldn’t let her leave, ripping the IVs out of her arms. She is now reportedly at an east coast psychiatric facility receiving dialectical behavior therapy, something she’s received in the past. 

Source: TMZ



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