Will Smith and Jada Pinkett cleared in family services investigation

06/16/2014 2:24 PM

06/16/2014 5:23 PM

Phew. The heat is off Will Smith and Jada Pinkett so now we can go back to talking about their alleged marital problems again. The couple have officially been cleared by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, after the agency launched an investigation after their 13-year-old daughter Willow was seen pictured in bed with 20-year-old actor Moises Arias in an Instagram post last month. DCFS officials, insiders told RadarOnline.com, advised the Smiths to keep closer watch on their kids’ social media activities.

Attention grabber

Speaking of child protective services: Was this gown approved by mom Kris Jenner? Eesh. Kendall Jenner’s dress at Sunday’s MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto was all about the shock value. We’ve seen our share of side boob and revealing necklines, but the 18-year-old’s bejeweled Fausto Puglisi showed off her... pelvic bones. Please, don’t let this be a trend. Younger sister Kylie (who is dating Willow’s older brother, Jaden Smith), looked almost prim in a rust cocktail mini-dress.

Under construction

Sexy and she knows it: Nicole Kidman showed off a very va-va voom figure recently while in Australia with her husband Keith Urban at various events. Possible answer: plastic surgery. “They not only look bigger but also much more rounded, which indicates she’s had breast implants,” Laura Casewell, editor of the Cosmetic Surgery Guide, tells gossip website Starcasm.net. Kidman, 46, has said she wouldn’t do Botox on her face again but didn’t mention any other body parts.

Lonely at the top

Any takers? Angelina Jolie needs a few good bridesmaids. According to a report on Radar Online, Brad Pitt may not be able to exchange vows with his beloved because Jolie doesn’t have any close women friends. The Maleficent star has no prob bonding with the boys, having kept friendly with various exes including Johnny Lee Miller and Billy Bob Thornton. Perhaps she needs groomsmaids? We all know how Jennifer Aniston feels about the A-list actress/director. And Stacy Keibler famously trash-talked Angie last year, telling pals Brad’s babe made the ex wrestler feel inferior.

Paternal instincts

Duh! Don’t believe everything you read on Facebook. Ryan Gosling did not, we repeat, did not adopt a baby boy. A post from an account claiming to be the actor’s had his fans fooled on Sunday. The trickster even uploaded a picture of a smiling Gosling holding a baby and wrote a message purporting to be him saying the tot’s mother died of cancer and he was taking on the role of father. Anyone’s guess whose kid it really is.

Living the dream

Eve has a last name! The 35-year-old hip-hop star wed Brit Maximillion Cooper, the founder/CEP of the Gumball 3000 motor rally, in Spain over the weekend, E! News reports. The 3,000-mile rally takes place on public roads and spans across 13 countries; this year’s event began in Miami Beach June 4 and just wrapped in Ibiza. This is Eve’s first go at marriage; Cooper has four children with his ex-wife.

Wasn’t me

Celebrity photographer Terry Richardson denies he sexually harassed models during raunchy photo shoots, according to a new report by New York magazine. “It was never just me and a girl ever. It was always assistants, or other people around, or girls brought friends over to hang out,” he says in the cover story. “It was very daytime, no drugs, no alcohol. It was a happening, there was energy, it was fun, it was exciting, making these strong images, and that’s what it was. People collaborating and exploring sexuality and taking pictures.”

About Madeleine Marr

Madeleine Marr

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Former fashion and food writer Madeleine Marr joined the Miami Herald in 2003. The native New Yorker's celebrity coverage includes features, interviews, events, red carpets, premieres, award ceremonies, style, news and gossip in the South Florida area and beyond.

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