Anew tell-all book promises to dig up plenty of dirt on Angelina Jolie — including the allegation that she had an affair with Ethan Hawke.
While the actors shot “Taking Lives” in 2003 — when Ethan was still married to Uma Thurman — they were getting hot and heavy off the set, according to Andrew Morton’s upcoming Brangelina book.
“Angie and Ethan couldn’t keep their hands to themselves, and they spent a lot of hot nights together in their hotel suite,” a source told Star magazine.
Though the affair is said to have ended before she got together with Brad Pitt (because “Ethan was two-timing Angelina” with a model, per the insider), the revelation evidently could still harm their relationship.
Angie “has long had a fascination with seducing guys with wives,” the source said. “She always told Brad he was the only married man she had been with. If he knew the truth, it would break his heart.”
Oh, please. Like he would believe that.
A truly disturbing development in the sad story of Gary Coleman’s untimely death: Photos showing the actor in the hospital shortly before he died — and even after he passed away — were shopped around to tabloids, allegedly with a five-figure asking price.
And the most chilling part is that his ex-wife, Shannon Price, is behind the photos, TMZ reported.
Shannon, who gave the OK to take her on-off husband off life support, shot the photos with the same production company that interviewed her shortly after his death.
Three photos, including one that shows Gary hooked up to tubes — with Shannon by his side — have reportedly been sold to a tabloid.
In an interview with “Good Morning America,” Shannon said that though they were divorced at the time of his death, she and the “Diff’rent Strokes” star planned to remarry.
Shannon, who also placed the 911 call after Gary’s fatal fall, refuted speculation that she might have pushed him and defended a recording of that call in which she insists she is unable to do anything for him.
“People can say whatever they want. I know the truth. I would never hurt my husband, ever,” she said. “Seeing him in a pool of blood was difficult. If it was someone else in my situation, I am sure they wouldn’t know what to do either.”
Fair enough, but we’re pretty sure anyone else would know what not to do: take photos and sell them to tabloids.
Yeah, so it’s looking like a pretty safe bet that Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt haven’t really broken up. They’re just doing what they do best: fake life events for publicity.
“I think it’s a joke,” “The Hills” co-star Audrina Patridge told People magazine. “I don’t believe it.”
“I don’t buy it,” Lo Bosworth said. “I’ve worked with them for too long, and they haven’t been filming, so I think this is a way they think they can get back on the show for the last few episodes.”
Another hint that the split was staged: TMZ learned that the Malibu bachelorette pad where Heidi moved to with pal Jen Bunney is not leased in either of their names.
And the lease, which is binding for only three months, was in fact signed two days before the breakup was announced by a mysterious rep for Heidi. Hmm …
Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.