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That's gotta smart Whoever advised Oksana on her aggressive gold-digging strategy, clearly needs to send her a fruit basket with a card saying, "sorry," 15 million times. "The settlement struck between Mel Gibson and Oksana Grigorieva is nothing less than a financial fiasco for a woman who wanted untold millions of dollars from her famous ex. TMZ obtained a copy of the original 2010 settlement worth $15 million that Oksana disavowed. At the time, Oksana said she would not go through with the settlement because she felt Mel was a danger to their daughter Lucia and believed Mel should not have unsupervised contact with the child. In reality, sources connected to the case tell TMZ, the real reason Oksana walked away from the settlement is because she was advised she could get a lot more than $15 million because of the alleged physical abuse she claims she suffered at the hands of Mel. Now, in a shocking twist of fate, rather than getting $15 million, Oksana is only getting $750k. On top of that, she was concerned about Mel having unsupervised visitation ... Mel is actually getting MORE unsupervised visitation based on the agreement that was just struck. The fact is, under the 2010 agreement, Mel would NOT have gotten 50/50 custody until Lucia turns 3 years old. Under the current agreement, he gets 50/50 custody immediately. Short story ... she should have taken door #1."
The Help makes $100 million THR: "Tate Taylor's The Help has crossed the $100 million mark in box office grosses in less than three weeks in release in a notable victory for DreamWorks and Participant Media. The Disney-distributed movie hit the milestone Tuesday night, and has now earned $100.8 million domestically. Based on Kathryn Stockett's novel about Southern white women and their black maids, The Help has stayed at No. 1 the past two weekends; the film opened Aug. 10. “We never imagined this film, which began its journey inspired by the enthusiasm of a small group of Mississippi friends, would ever even get made. Now to have it seen and embraced by so many people is just beyond our wildest dreams," Taylor said in a statement."
Marc Anthony talks about split from J.Lo as if it was a dissolution of a corporation. Which, let's face it, it kinda was Us: "Marc Anthony wasn't blindsided when Jennifer Lopez filed for divorce July 15, bringing their seven-year marriage to a screeching halt. "I'll tell you that it wasn't something sensationalistic happening," Anthony, 42, said in a Nightline interview. "It was a realization on both our parts. So, you know, it wasn't shocking. These things happen. It was a decision that we made jointly." Anthony denied being unfaithful while married to the American Idol judge, despite a source telling Us Weekly that he hooked up with a flight attendant he met aboard a private plane in 2009. Anthony did not address rumors regarding the nature of his relationship with his HawthoRNe costar Jada Pinkett Smith, though her rep denied they were ever more than just friends. Despite his recent split, Anthony remains optimistic about his future. "This is not a funeral. This is not a burial," the single star said. "This is just two people who came together and just realized. . . I'm saying that it wasn't sustainable the way it was, and that's that."
Spawn "Alyssa Milano and her husband, agent David Bugliari, welcomed son Milo Thomas on Tuesday, the actress' rep tells Us Weekly. Born at 9:27 a.m., the newborn weighed 7 pounds and was 19 inches long. This is the first child for the couple, who married in August 2009. Several months before her son's arrival, Milano, 38, told Us that she was "so excited" to give birth. "I daydream about him all day, and I dream about him at night. I just can't wait to meet him!" On August 14, Milano and Bugliari hosted a baseball-themed baby shower for 35 of their closest friends at L.A.'s Dodger Stadium, including Holly Robinson Peete, Colin Hanks and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey."