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Ex Beverly Hills Housewife Camille Grammer seeks justice

 
 
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Camille Grammer wants her ex boyfriend arrested. The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star already has a temporary restraining order against bankruptcy attorney Dimitri Charalambopoulos, 36, whom she accuses of beating her up in a Houston hotel room earlier this month. The 45-year-old had recently undergone surgery for endometrial cancer. Victor Senties, a spokesman for Houston Police Department, confirmed the assault to MailOnline. According to TMZ, the two started arguing after Kelsey Grammer’s ex accused Charalambopoulos of cheating.

Oh mamas!

Kristin Cavallari may not be on TV anymore, but she manages to stay in the headlines, thanks to her famous husband, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. The former reality star’s latest news is that she is pregnant again. The couple, who married in Nashville in June, have a 14-month-old son.

Cutler has time to bask in his wife’s pregnancy and play daddy. The athlete is expected to miss at least four weeks of game time because of a torn groin muscle.

Also in a family way: Kerry Washington, who married her NFL player husband Nnamdi Asomugha in a hush hush wedding in Idaho in June. “She’s about four months along,” a friend of the 36-year-old Scandal star told Us Weekly.

That’s love

Speaking of Washington, D.C., scandals: Kar reuche Tran is standing by her man. The model is proud Chris Brown made the step to enter rehab for anger management after getting arrested on a misdemeanor assault charge. She posted a picture on Instagram of the two kissing. The Run It singer must stay at least 100 yards away from the alleged victim, who accuses Brown of breaking his nose outside a hotel in the nation’s capital. He’ll return to court Nov. 25, just days after a Los Angeles probation hearing on 2009 assault charges against Rihanna. If convicted on the simple assault charge, Brown faces up to 180 days in jail and a $1,000 fine, prosecutors said.

Come on down!

The Price is Right is planning a milestone birthday celebration for former host Bob Barker. The TV legend will celebrate his 90th with an appearance on the game show on his big day, Dec. 12. He retired as host in 2007 after 35 years.

New bride

Christina Ricci got married without much fanfare over the weekend, but she did share details of her wow dress on Instagram. The former child star looked all grown up in her custom-designed Givenchy Haute Couture gown. Husband is movie dolly grip James Heerdegen.

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