#Trending In Entertainment: Shia LaBeouf Again, Meshach Taylor Dies, And Robert Downey Jr.’s Son Gets Arrested
This week a child star is in trouble (again), a beloved actor passes away, and an A-lister’s son may be following in his father’s footsteps, but not in a good way.
LaBeouf’s publicist said Tuesday the 28-year-old actor has not checked into a rehab facility but is receiving voluntary treatment for alcohol addiction.
The Mets ace wants to make a half-dozen starts before the end of the season, which many — check that, nearly everybody — wrote off when he had Tommy John surgery in October.
Former television news anchor Bree Walker made history two decades ago for reporting with a disability. But Walker is now in the headlines again – this time not for her triumphs, but for her dramatic downward spiral.
Alex Rodriguez joined WFAN radio host Mike Francesa on Wednesday to talk about his rehab and a little about baseball’s Biogenesis scandal.
“[She’s] truly better than I’ve seen her in eight years,” Michael said.
Rodriguez, mum on his meeting with MLB, is expected to be with the Double-A team as the Thunder open a three-game series in Reading, Pa., Monday.
“Ninety-nine times out of 100, I roll with it pretty good,” Brian Cashman said. “I didn’t roll with this one well at all. I popped. I sounded off. Reality TV at its best.”
Here comes A-Rod. The embattled slugger could start seeing action in rehab games as early as next week, according to multiple reports.
Jeter took 21 swings on Wednesday at the Yankees’ minor league complex. He looked comfortable at the plate, hitting balls to all fields.
Lohan is required to spend 90 days in rehab as part of a plea deal in a misdemeanor case filed after a June car accident.
In a picture posted on Instagram, Lohan showed off how she was preparing for rehab: Surrounded by suitcases and clothes. Lohan wrote “90 days and 270 looks.”
“You look remarkably well,” Letterman said, before joking about her previous brushes with the law. “Yes or no, do you steal stuff?” Letterman asked.
The Knicks haven’t had Amar’e Stoudemire at full strength for either of their first-round exits in the last two years, and even he acknowledges that he’s “injury prone.”
That leaves no room for worry regarding MLB’s latest performance-enhancing drugs scandal — a headache with A-Rod at the center of it all.