Love does conquer all.
Gossip Extra reported last month that the divorce of NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus from his wife Lisa Thomson was stalled, and now it’s official: Miami-Dade County records show the lovebirds filed to dismiss Rosenhaus’ petition for divorce.
The preferred agent of Miami Dolphins players filed in January, hours after Thomson, a well-known local Realtor, called police to their Miami Beach home during a verbal spat.
There’s a good reason the two want to stay together: TMZ reported that Rosenhaus told them that Thomson, a former contestant on the reality TV show The Amazing Race, is with child.
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She’s having a little girl, due to arrive into the world in the fall.
Stripper revolt in Broward County: Former Scarlett’s Cabaret stripper Christine DeMaria-Dominguez filed a lawsuit against the club’s owners because, she says, she and her colleagues were not paid properly for their work at the Hallandale Beach watering hole.
Not only are the women forced to give up a portion of their tips to their bosses, the lawsuit filed last week in a federal court in Fort Lauderdale reads, they also have to pay a daily fee to show their wares throughout the club.
Scarlett’s, at 2920 SW 30th Ave. in Pembroke Park, is accused of violating the Fair Labor Standards Act by improperly classifying its exotic dancers as independent contractors instead of salaried employees.
Because of that, “they were not provided with minimum wages and overtime,” Fort Lauderdale attorney Chad Levy’s lawsuit reads. Their status also denies the plaintiff and others benefits like overtime pay and unemployment, the suit reads.
No one from Scarlett’s returned calls for comment.
Yet another celebrity inmate is staying at the Federal Detention Center in downtown Miami.
Iron Man actress Gwyneth Paltrow’s uncle, 73-year-old Palm Beach scene-maker Robert Paltrow, is serving his six-month sentence in the skinny-windowed prison for two counts of tax evasion.
He’ll be sprung the week before Thanksgiving, if he behaves.
Until then, Paltrow joins a long list of celebrities and semi-celebrities who’ve tasted the facility’s fine cuisine, including terrorist suspect Jose Padilla, rapper Fat Joe and pyramid schemer Scott Rothstein.
The elder Paltrow was handed a harsher sentence than expected considering his age, even if he faced a maximum four years.
Paltrow also sent $5.5 million to the IRS to straighten out seven years of “erroneous” tax returns, according to court records.
Vintage car racer Paltrow is the brother of Gwyneth’s deceased dad, TV series director Bruce Paltrow.
real estate report
Former Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers star Lamar Odom is looking for a new tenant for his Pinecrest mansion.
It’ll cost you a pretty penny just to move in, though: Rent is $20,000 a month, and he wants $60,000 for first and last month and security deposit.
Odom, 35, spent $3 million on the five-bedroomer on Southwest 63rd Court in 2003, when he arrived in Miami for one season.