Scoop: Kim Kardashian has a new man already?

Well, that didn't take long. Recently split from football player Miles Austin, Kim Kardashian is reportedly seeing someone new: actor-musician Michael Copon of “One Tree Hill.”

Now based in NYC for her upcoming new show “Kourtney and Kim Take New York,” the socialite is said to have struck up a romance with the actor, whom she met in 2006 filming “Beyond the Break,” in which they played a couple. (Yeah, we never heard of it either.)

“Kim is dating Michael,” a pal of the reality star declares to In Touch magazine. “They have known each other for years, but he and Kim just recently reconnected.”

“They have been running in the same circles and going to the same events forever, but now they are hitting it off romantically,” adds the source. “The timing is right for both of them.”

And in case you were wondering, “he'll definitely be making appearances on Kim's new TV show,” predicts the insider. Hmmm?think it's a “showmance”?

Mel's Meltdowns

Oksana Grigorieva has a lot to say about former beau Mel Gibson's now-infamous temper in her interview with People magazine – the Russian musician's first public account of their allegedly abusive relationship.

When the “Braveheart” star gets angry, she says, “it's like something comes over him.”

She describes seeing him during the January incident when he allegedly hit her while she was holding baby daughter Lucia, with “his pupils dilated, and he's screaming so loudly. Ugly face-like, not even his face. It's evil. Just evil.”

The actor's rage, she says, “could be set off by anything.”

Since the couple share custody of Lucia, Oksana says she wants Mel to get professional help for his anger-management issues: “I want him to be treated, evaluated … he just needs to take responsibility.”

Oily Situation

She was portrayed as the villain on “Jersey Shore,” but Angelina Pivarnick says she was actually the victim of her housemates. After ditching the series for the second time, the self-proclaimed “Kim Kardashian of Staten Island” is speaking out about the “bullying” she supposedly endured at the hands of Snooki, the Situation, and company.

“I was bullied to the fullest sense,” Angelina declares to Us magazine.

Pint-size perpetrator Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, she says, “would call me a whore,” while Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino and Vinny Guadagnino “would call me fat, call me a whale. I would go in the bathroom and cry.”

The “Shore” housemates also played cruel pranks on her, she says: “I found olive oil and grated cheese all over my bed. I picked up my comforter, and it was on my sheets, my pillow. It was yellow and I thought Mike [urinated] on my bed.”

Now she refuses to watch the show because “it bothers me hearing the names they call me, and that it looks like I'm the backstabber.”

“My head is really [messed] up; I see a therapist, I cry a lot,” Angelina laments. “It's probably going to take me a year to get over this. My mom got bleeding ulcers from the stress – it's hard to watch her daughter go through what I did.”

We would point out that millions of viewers found it pretty entertaining, but that would just be mean.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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