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Alec Baldwin in drama with photographer


Here we go again. NYC police are investigating harassment complaints made by Alec Baldwin and a New York Post photographer after an altercation.

According to police, photographer G.N. Miller says the former 30 Rock star yelled racial epithets when he was trying to take pictures of the actor outside his Manhattan apartment. Baldwin maintains he hollered at the photographer but never said anything racist. He called the allegations “outrageous.”

Baldwin called police and filed a harassment complaint after the incident. The photographer later filed a cross-complaint.

Her hump

Finally, the rumors are true. Fergie is pregnant. The Black Eyed Peas singer’s husband Josh Duhamel tweeted about the news with joy, saying: “Fergie and Me and BABY makes three.” The Fergalicious singer, 37, and 40-year-old Duhamel married in 2009 after meeting on the set of Vegas.

Starting over

When you’re Britney Spears, you don’t stay single long. A few weeks after splitting from fiance Jason Trawick, the former X Factor judge has been seen out on numerous occasions (the telltale outing on Valentine’s Day) with a new face. TMZ identifies him as a regular Joe named “David,” a field researcher at a law firm. The two share a love for golf (yes).

In other couples news, Dania Ramirez wed actor/director/writer Bev Land, grandson of Aflac founder John Beverly Amos, in the Dominican Republic, where the Premium Rush star is from.

Coming out

Clive Davis has some interesting gossip — about himself. Promoting his new book The Sound Track of My Life the music mogul told Dateline that he’s bisexual but has never consummated a relationship.

“For over 50 years, I never had sex with a male,” said the twice married Davis, 80.

He started feeling something for men when he was in his 50s. “It wasn’t repressed — I had very good sexual relationships with women,” said the Grammy-winning producer, who claims to have had several long term relationships with the same sex. No names —yet.

On the shelves

Jenni Rivera will live on, on paper. A memoir from the late singer, which she completed before her death at age 43 in a plane crash in December, will be out in July. The book, titled Unbreakable, will be published in English and Spanish by Simon & Schuster’s Atria Books imprint, the Associated Press reports.

‘Rehab’ questions

Dr. Drew Pinsky is in the hot seat. Mindy McCready became the fifth cast member of his Celebrity Rehab series to die (rocker Mike Starr; reality star Joey Kovar; and Jeff Conaway are a few). Singer Richard Marx on Twitter compared Pinsky to Dr. Jack Kevorkian. McCready’s season featured former Dennis Rodman, Tom Sizemore, Mackenzie Phillips, Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss and a handful of lesser knowns. Pinsky diagnosed the country singer with “love addiction.”

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