Celebrity roundup

Did Lamar Odom cheat?


Trouble really may be brewing in the Lamar Odom-Khloe Kardashian marriage. Jennifer Richardson (profession unknown) told Star magazine that she had an affair with the NBA player for more than a year. The 29-year-old recounted that she met Odom at a Dallas strip club (naturally) in early 2012, when he was with the Mavericks. The last time Khloe and her hub were seen together was June 2, at sister Kim Kardashian’s baby shower.

Bad match

Proceed with caution, Julianne Hough. Her new man, Oscar-winning short film director Ari Sandel ( West Bank Story) may be bringing on the heartbreak. A friend of Sandel’s tellsLife & Style that he’s “a ladies’ man.”

At the helm

Israeli-born actress Natalie Portman will direct her first feature film, based on an autobiographical novel by Israeli writer Amos Oz. Portman wrote the screenplay and will star as Oz’s troubled mother.

Rockers’ woes

A Virginia man has admitted embezzling at least $400,000 from Dave Matthews Band violinist Boyd Tinsley. Court documents say the musician’s former personal assistant, Getty Andrew Rothenberg, pleaded guilty to wire fraud in federal court in Charlottesville. He faces up to 30 years.

In related news, a van containing $70,000 worth of equipment belonging to Flock of Seagulls has been found in Southern California – but stripped. Band frontman Mike Score says the rented van was stolen from a hotel on Sunday.

Lover boy

Will ABC cameras move to Miami for the next season of The Bachelor? The Bachelorette’s soccer-playing single dad Juan Pablo Galavis is a frontrunner, reports E! News. “He’s been told the gig is his if he wants it,” a show source told the site. “He’s definitely interested and will most likely accept.”

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