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Dwyane Wade’s baby mama identified; Rob Kardashian moves to Florida amid love child rumors

 

Rob Kardashian has moved across the country, away from his famous family. Guess where? Yup, Florida. It is unclear exactly where in the Sunshine State, but rumor has it Miami. According to Star magazine, the 26-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has a secret love child with a local woman he met about four years ago. RadarOnline reported that RK quickly deleted a post intimating he might have a son in May. “[S]hout out to my son Robert the Third. lol,” read the tweet.

Speaking of “love children,” Dwyane Wade’s baby mama was thought to be Sandrina “Sandy” Schultz,” an NBA groupie who told Star she had a longtime affair and smoked crack cocaine with Lamar Odom. But TMZ, which got ahold of the birth certificate, reports that Wade’s famous ex-mistress is Damon Wayans’ ex, Aja Metoyer . The tot, named Xavier Zechariah Wade, was born Nov. 10 in L.A. D-Wade’s name was not on the certificate, but the baby’s moniker pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?

Pretty in pink

Katie Holmes is settling into her mid-30s quite nicely. The actress was spotted poolside by paps Monday at an unidentified pool in the Miami area, wearing a pink bikini and flaunting a flat tummy and toned legs. The former Dawson’s Creek star, who turned 35 Dec. 18, is in town for a (we assume) Tom Cruise-approved holiday with daughter Suri, 7.

Welcome to town

Model Amber Arbucci took time away from holiday vacation in Switzerland to join longtime friend Michael Capponi and developer Moses Bensusan Saturday night in Miami Beach to host the debut party for Costa Hollywood condo resort. The event, titled Hollywood Meets Hollywood, celebrated the addition of Capponi to the development team at Costa Hollywood. Capponi's role includes branding, sales, marketing, strategic partnerships and essentially “bringing quintessential SoBe sexiness to its Hollywood beach sister to the north.” Famous faces in attendance included Jamie Foxx, who arrived with his two daughters and graciously took photos with fans. Other notables included singer Zoe Kravitz, Lenny's daughter.

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