Tori Spelling is suing Benihana, TMZ reports. According to the site, the reality star wants payback over the second- and third-degree burns she allegedly suffered on her arm when she slipped and fell on a hibachi grill at one of the chain’s L.A. restaurants while celebrating an Easter meal with her family in April. The mother of four apparently had to get skin grafts and lost wages due to her recovery.
LOST & FOUND
Paris Hilton got lucky in Poland. The socialite lost an enormous diamond-studded ring on an airport shuttle bus in the city of Lodz, outside Warsaw, but she’s getting it back. An airport spokeswoman said Hilton lost the ring on Friday as she was leaving the city after taking part in a fashion event. Two days later a fireman who works at the airport found it on the floor of the bus and turned it in.
MEL IN THE CLEAR
Speaking of lucky: Australian police do not intend to charge Mel Gibson over an allegation that the Oscar-winning director shoved and abused a news photographer who snapped pictures of him and his new girlfriend in Sydney last month. The Daily Telegraph’s Kristi Miller complained to cops about the Aug. 23 altercation with Gibson, 59, after she snapped him and galpal Rosalind Ross, 24, in the street.
The death of Amanda Peterson, best known for 1987 rom-com Can’t Buy Me Love, was the result of an accidental morphine overdose. The autopsy and toxicology report released by Colorado’s Weld County Coroner’s Office concluded the 43-year-old ingested a friend’s morphine medication a week before her death. No recent morphine prescriptions for Peterson were found, but she had been prescribed multiple meds for lung and heart disease as well as a hysterectomy.
MAKING IT WORK
Age is just a number to Dick Van Dyke, who tells Closer Weekly that marrying Arlene Silver was a smart move. The TV legend, 89, and the makeup artist, who wed in 2012 after meeting at the SAG Awards, have a 46-year age gap between them. “She’s very mature for her age, and I’m very immature for my age, so it’s just about right!” Van Dyke quips. Silver concurs. “He’s the perfect human being.”