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Kris and Bruce Jenner single and fancy free

 
 
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The wedding band is off! Two days after announcing her separation from Bruce Jenner (which has actually been going on a year), Kris Jenner emerged without her ring. That’s not all. In Touch reports that last month the Kardashian matriarch, 57, had drinks with Bachelor star, winery owner Ben Flajnik, 31. The meetings was filmed for Keeping up with the Kardashians, but Flajnik denies anything is going on, and told Us Weekly he is dating a woman in the wine biz.

As for Bruce, RadarOnline reports the Olympic runner is spending more time in Malibu with ex wife, onetime beauty queen Linda Thompson and their sons Brandon and Brody.

Knocked up

Real Housewives of NYC fans are well aware of how much Ramona Singer fawns over her amazing husband of 27 years, Mario. Page Six is reporting that he hasn’t been such a good boy. Singer, 60, is being accused of impregnating a society girl he met in the Hamptons over the summer. Ramona denied the allegations to HollywoodLife.com. Not so fast, there. Sources tell the paper that the mistress has lurid photos of Mario to prove the affair.

Father’s day

Owen Wilson is really turning into a family man. Sort of. Star magazine reports The Wedding Crashers star’s affair with his soon to be divorced personal trainer Caroline Lindqvist is going to result in a bambino. At least Wilson’s not married (he split from baby mama, ex cop Jade Duell, soon after the birth of their now 2-year-old son). Sources tell Star Wilson and Lindqvist are not a couple.

Bahamas bust

Craig Robinson was detained Wednesday as he tried to leave the Bahamas for the U.S. The Office star was stopped as he tried to board a plane in Nassau. Customs agents found a small amount of marijuana and pills later found to be ectasy. The Hot Tub Time Machine actor, who was there for a comedy show, was taken into custody and appeared before a magistrate, where he pleaded guilty to two counts of possession. The comedian told the court he did not know they were illegal in the Bahamas and was ordered him to pay a $1,000 fine and leave.

City life

Comedian and condo board president Joan Rivers is being sued for $15 million in a dispute in her luxury NYC building. Ex neighbor Elizabeth Hazan (who calls Fisher Island home) signed ownership of the $2 million unit to Real Estate Holdings Group in July. The company contends Rivers and others ripped wires from the unit’s cable box and squirted glue in its locks. It says Hazan was recently denied access to the pad. The NY Daily News says Hazan has had a long-running battle with Rivers (who lives in the penthouse) over unpaid condo fees.

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