This A- list mostly movie actress who may or may not get invited back to her recent franchise is doing some yachting while out of the country. She is being very aggressive about it too. Funds must be tight. / Talking about it is the first step, but there is no way this A list NFL player who is not a QB is going to come out until he is out of the league.
You know who loves secret elevator videos? This online tabloid. You know who loves trashing this A- list mostly movie actress? This online tabloid. So, how come no story? Who owns the tabloid? Ultimately a company that also makes movies. Which company produced and distributed his last big movie? You guessed it. The actual production company is one owned by the conglomerate while the conglomerate took care of distribution. That Kneepaddy weekly is also ultimately owned by the same company. The result? No stories. Think this happens frequently with other stars? Yep.
This A- list actor who is an Oscar nominee/winner and in acting family has his people calling in all kinds of favors to make sure his name is not brought up with the never ending lawsuit/fight between an actor and actress. I mean, if you think about it, he was brought up as a reason for the big fight. He is kind of crucial to the whole thing, but Kneepads and others, except for the original filing are giving him a break. As in, none of their readers will know about the elevator ride.
Think this celebrity CEO has thin skin? You would be right. If you own one of his products and complain, he can make your life miserable through all those little back doors. Speaking of back doors, apparently that is why he turns to the A- list actress. The one named singer doesn't enjoy that activity.
This A- list mostly movie actress who is in a long running court fight with an ex, met up with a former mistress of the actor who lives where the actress is visiting. Apparently this former mistress has proof of some of the bad behaviors of the ex.
There is a drug dealer in LA who I have written about in the past. He charges double and sometimes triple what a regular dealer would charge, simply because he knows celebrities are not going out to compare prices. They want someone they can trust and honestly, most of them have no idea how much what they are buying is supposed to cost. This dealer makes nearly $10M a year profit and really has no fear of ever getting busted by the law. However, there is one thing he does fear and he is spreading the word to his clients about that fear and they are starting to get involved.