In a video posted to TMZ.com, Anthony was asked whether he could see himself in the “purple and gold outfit” of the Lakers.
Lawyers representing Tim Tebow have sent a cease and desist letter to a T-shirt manufacturer they say is illegally using the name of the New York Jets quarterback to sell products.
When the camera crew and resident Juice Heads leave, managing the seasonal property for private rental becomes a nightmare.
Let’s face it, rehab is bound to happen for everyone involved in MTVs ‘Jersey Shore’ cast, that being said, TMZ is reporting that ‘The Situation,’ aka Mike Sorrentino, is the first to take the plunge toward recovery.
Authorities are still investigating and awaiting test results to find out if alcohol was a factor.
The cameras may have stopped rolling, but there’s still plenty of drama to be had for the former stars of MTVs ‘Jersey Shore.’
Rangers agitator Sean Avery will reportedly get off “skate” free for an incident that took place during a party at his Hollywood home earlier this month.
Rangers agitator Sean Avery allegedly took his tough-guy act off the ice early Friday morning. As first reported by TMZ, Avery was arrested in California for shoving a police officer “who was trying to break up a loud party at his home in the Hollywood Hills.”
Less than 24-hours after pulling the plug on his congressional career, Anthony Weiner is holing up in the Hamptons. Sooner or later, though, he’s going to have to get a new job, and the offers have already started to pour in.
A new set of Anthony Weiner photos appeared Sunday on the entertainment website TMZ as more lawmakers joined the movement calling for New York congressman’s resignation.
Where former 1986 Mets star Lenny Dykstra goes, bad news seems to follow. Dykstra, 48, was charged on Monday with 25 misdemeanor and felony counts of grand theft auto, attempted grand theft auto, identity theft and other crimes.
Does embattled 1986 Mets outfielder have an unlikely ally in Charlie Sheen? According to TMZ, Sheen fronted 15 percent of Dykstra’s $150,000 bail last week — to the tune of $22,500. However, Dykstra’s lawyer refutes the report.
For 1986 Mets outfielder Lenny Dykstra, when it rains, it pours. According to TMZ, Dykstra put out an advertisement on Craigslist for a housekeeper. An unidentified woman went to interview for the gig — and that’s when things reportedly got weird.
It’s now Charlie Sheen versus CBS. On Tuesday he launched a war of words against the network that aired his hit TV sitcom — and the network is firing back.
Reports say Jersey Shore reality star “Snooki” was taken into police custody for disorderly conduct Friday afternoon.