Scott Disick just can’t stop … partying. The father of three, 31, whooped it up recently in Aspen, Colorado.
Us Weekly confirmed TMZ's report about Kourtney Kardashian’s man, who spent more than $1,400 on alcohol while staying at a local hotel with some pals. The gossip site also reported complaints from fellow guests who smelled some kind of smoke wafting from the non-smoking room, and that Lord Disick and Co. left the place a mess.
The reality star is reportedly still mourning the loss of his mother and father, who died within months of one another, and spent some time in rehab over the summer.
Bethenny Frankel is about to diversify in a chill way.
The Real Housewives of New York City star’s Skinnygirl empire will launch a line of “Skinnygirl marijuana” in Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington, where recreational cannabis is legal, sources told Us Weekly.
But don’t worry about putting on that Cheetos and M&M weight: An insider told Us, “It will be a specially engineered strain of pot designed to not give you the munchies.”
CALL ME GRANDPA
Snoop Dogg became a grandfather this week, People.com reports. The hip-hop star’s oldest son Corde “Spank” Broadus, 21, welcomed a son with his girlfriend Jessica Kyzer. Snoop, 43, posted a video on Instagram of Corde and the baby, named Zion, and wrote, “Proud grandad. My son spank n grandson Zion !! Jah bless.”
Will Hayden, former star of the reality TV show Sons of Guns, has pleaded not guilty to the second of two rape charges filed against him in Louisiana.
The 49-year-old is accused of sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl and attacking another victim 20 years ago in Livingston Parish, NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune reports.
Last week, Hayden, founder of Red Jacket Firearms, pleaded not guilty to one count of aggravated rape in Baton Rouge. In that incident, he’s accused of raping a young girl multiple times between March 2013 and August 2014.
A crab fisherman featured on the Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch TV show is suing his former employers over a fireworks injury he suffered aboard the Time Bandit in 2013. The Seattlepi.com reports David Zielinski was working as a deckhand on the Time Bandit when a mortar-style firework blew up in his hand. Bones in his right hand and forearm were shattered. In his suit, Zielinski says the firework was a Time Bandit-brand device that exploded prematurely. According to media accounts, Zielinski was taken to Dutch Harbor, Alaska, and flown to Seattle for treatment. Show reps had no comment.
A judge revoked Chris Brown’s probation but allowed him to remain free for now after the R&B singer traveled without approval for a concert and failed to complete community service on time. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin said Brown can remain free at least until a March 20 hearing when the judge will receive an update from probation officials. The Grammy winner performed at a nightclub in San Jose on Jan. 11 without obtaining permission to travel.
The Grateful Dead have risen. The band announced that surviving members Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh and Bob Weir will perform three shows from July 3-5 at Soldier Field in Chicago. They last performed in 1995 at the same venue.
In related, but opposite news, the blues-rock band the Black Crowes are fading to black. Founding member Rich Robinson announced Thursday the group is disbanding after 24 years. In a statement, he alluded to internal issues between his brother and the band.