Rosie O’Donnell has confirmed that her adopted daughter, who went missing earlier this month, is going to live with her birth mother. (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Rosie O’Donnell has confirmed that her adopted daughter, who went missing earlier this month, is going to live with her birth mother. (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Scoop: Rosie O’Donnell’s daughter moves to live with birth mom

The saga between Rosie O’Donnell and her adopted daughter has taken yet another turn — one that could be permanent.

On Wednesday, a rep for the TV personality told Access Hollywood that O’Donnell’s daughter Chelsea “made a decision” to live with her birth mother.

“This was her choice,” O’Donnell’s spokesperson said.

Gossip Cop reports that Chelsea — who ran away from home earlier and spent time with a convicted drug offender she met on Tinder — turned 18 on Wednesday and decided to move to her birth mother Deanna Micoley’s home in Wisconsin.

Micoley drove from Wisconsin to New York to pick up the emancipated teen, and the two rode back to the birth mom’s house, where Chelsea will remain.

The news comes eight days after authorities discovered Chelsea at the home of 25-year-old Steven Sheerer, who was arrested for child endangerment on Aug. 21. O’Donnell posted an alert to her website and Twitter about Chelsea’s disappearance after the teen first went missing on Aug. 11.


Adorable and funny Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer are coming together in what may very well be a destined-for-greatness project,

Lawrence, 25, broke the news during an interview for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” telling a New York Times reporter that she and Schumer, 34, are co-writing a screenplay for a movie, in which they’ll costar.

“We play sisters. We’re almost done writing,” the “American Hustle” actress said. “It just flowed out of us. We’ve got about 100 pages right now.”

According to Lawrence, the two met a couple of months ago, when she reached out to tell Schumer she was a fan.


Sadly, Scoop! attempts to connect with 1970s hitmaker Richard Carpenter to talk about “Close to You: Remembering the Carpenters,” a little-seen documentary about his phenomenal musical rise to fame with his dulcet-voiced sister Karen, were not completed, but that shouldn’t deter old and new fans from checking out the show’s local premiere during KQED-TV’s pledge special at 8 p.m. today. … “Master Chef” is holding open-call auditions for its upcoming season between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday at the Parc 55 hotel, 55 Cyril Magnin St., S.F. … Madame Tussauds San Francisco announced that Internet sensation Grumpy Cat will be the first feline to be immortalized (in wax) in the attraction’s history.


Actress Alexa Vega is 27. … Singer Mario is 29. … Actress Amanda Fuller is 31. … Actor Aaron Paul is 36. … Rapper Mase is 38. … Actress Sarah Chalke is 39. … “Dog Whisperer” Cesar Millan is 46. … Singer Yolanda Adams is 54. … Director Tom Ford is 54. … Actor Paul Reubens is 63. … Actress Tuesday Weld is 72. … Musician Daryl Dragon of the Captain and Tennille is 73.

_ Wire report

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