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Charlie Sheen's in wicked trouble now But don't worry, it's not going to harm his career. Nothing does. "TMZ has learned ... Capri Anderson, the woman who ended up locking herself in Charlie Sheen's hotel bathroom, will ask Colorado prosecutors to violate Charlie's probation ... on ground he allegedly held her against her will. We've also learned Anderson, aka Christina Walsh, has already lawyered up, hiring a high-profile Beverly Hills attorney -- not Gloria Allred. Our sources say Anderson claims after she locked herself in the bathroom, Charlie tried getting in and began repeatedly punching the door. She alleges she feared for her life. We're told Anderson wants the Pitkin County D.A. to attempt to violate Charlie's probation in the domestic violence case and she plans to fly to Apsen in the next few days to make her case. Sources in Pitkin County tell us as far as the D.A. is concerned, any complaint that criminal activity occurred in New York must be filed in New York, not Pitkin County. We're told, however, that if Anderson flies to Aspen, the D.A. has "an open-door policy" and would see her. As one person on her team told TMZ, beyond the Pitkin case, "We're weighing our legal options." Law enforcement sources in NYC tell TMZ ... when cops interviewed Anderson at the hotel, she did not say she felt Charlie was holding her against her will."
That's it for Big Love "HBO's relationship with Big Love is coming to an end. Next year's previously announced fifth season will be the last for the acclaimed polygamy drama. The Emmy-nominated series will take its final bow the same year as Entourage, which the network is also wrapping up. Big Love returns for its final episodes on Jan. 16. From the release: “It has been an honor and pleasure to work with series creators Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer on this unique and provocative series, and I’m happy that they will be able to bring the story to its close the way they always envisioned,” said Michael Lombardo, president, HBO Programming. “We look forward with great anticipation to collaborating with Mark and Will on their next venture.” THR.
Spawn "After months of rumors, Mariah Carey, 41, confirmed on Today that she and husband Nick Cannon, 30, are expecting their first child. The singer, who is keeping her due date under wraps, also revealed that she suffered a miscarriage two years ago. “It’s been a long journey. It’s been tough because I’ve been trying to hold on to a shred of privacy,” she told Access Hollywood‘s Billy Bush. Carey’s new album, Merry Christmas II You, comes out Nov. 2." EW.
Spawn names "Meet Eddy and Nelson! It took several days, but Céline Dion and her husband René Angélil have finally named their twin sons. The name Eddy comes from Eddy Marnay, who produced the singer’s first five records. “He was like a father to her,” says Dion’s rep. “Eddy is a major influence in both Céline and René’s lives.” Nelson is named after Nelson Mandela, whom Dion met two years ago while kicking off her world tour in South Africa. “René said that in just the few minutes they were able to spend with him, they were impressed by the human being he is,” says the rep. “Céline and René want their children to be inspired by their names, because they were so inspired by these men,” she adds." People.
You're kidding me, right? So, are we going to have polls now before decisions are made as to what bikini-clad nit is going to be on the cover? Popeater has this: "It's not often the editor-in-chief of a magazine sends out a email to subscribers apologizing for content--yet that's exactly what Valerie Latona, editor of Shape Magazine, did this week. E!Online.com reports that enough people complained about LeAnn Rimes gracing the cover of their October issue, that Latona felt she had to address the situation. "You are all in good company... as you all agree Shape has made a terrible mistake in putting LeAnn Rimes on the cover," the editor began. Reportedly, readers were appalled that the publication featured Rimes who had previously admitted to cheating on then-husband Dean Sheremet with also-married Eddie Cibrian. Rimes was featured on the cover along with the headline: 'LeAnn Rimes: How Working Out Saved Me.' "Please know that our putting her on the cover was not meant to put a husband-stealer on a pedestal-but to show (through her story) how we all are human," Latona continued. "And this woman in particular found strength in exercise in what she said was her most difficult personal moment." "But it did not come across that way... And for that I'm terribly sorry. I hope that we can do better the next time for those of you that will give us another chance," she concluded."