Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is about to be 3-0 he has recently filed for divorce from his 3rd wife. Buzz and Lois Driggs Cannon were married on Valentine's Day, 1988, and the couple seemed to be happy in public as late as last year. Ronald Brot, lawyer for Aldrin started the process in L.A. County Superior Court yesterday, in the paperwork he cites "irreconcilable differences." The couple has no children together.
Bam Margera has a quarter-million-dollar Lamborghini that cost him a $45,000 doctor bill. According to Bam, his buddy Cleveland putting the wrong kind of gasoline in his high priced ride caused the problem. Margera voiced his frustration today via Twitter, while chugging Goldschlager before his flight to Phoenix. His last tweet he says people at the Philadelphia airport he's flying out of "thinks I'm drunk. This is bullsh*t."
Mel Gibson attended a friend B-Day bash at the legendary Skybar on the Sunset Strip last night. Mel was seen wearing his finest blazer, smoking cigs and talking to some of the other guests. It seems he had two red lipped brunettes wanting to be his new friend.
Allen Iverson's wife Tawanna Iverson has filed for divorce for the second time in the last 15 months, wanting to end the couple's'10-year marriage. In the legal documents filed in Fulton County Georgia state that the marriage is "irretrievably broken." She has also asking the court for sole legal and physical custody of their 5 minor children. Tawanna is demanding child support and alimony payments and Allen is currently playing pro ball in Turkey.
Bizzy Bone, rapper of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony allegedly beat up TWO fans after a concert last week. The two men claim they paid $80 for a meet and greet on the rapper's tour bus, when Bizzy flipped out and started throwing punches. Currently the Chicago police are investigating the incident.
Snoop Dogg didn't forget his 14th anniversary, in fact he gave his lovely wife two bitchin gifts…a new car and some smooth ass lyrics! Fellas everywhere could learn a thing or two about how to treat your lady by taking some lessons from Snoop.
Charlie Sheen tried to get the arbitration clause in his contract – declared invalid, however the judge's ruling was that the agreement was indeed valid. Now Charlie will have to take his $100,000,000 suit against Warner Bros. for firing him up with the arbitrator. Sheen is asking for a public trail to settle the issue, Warner Bros. stated; "We're very gratified by the court's ruling enforcing the parties' arbitration agreement."