Another Hollywood marriage bites the dust.
Angie Harmon and Jason Sehorn have called it quits after 13 years. The split is said to be amicable.
The actress, 42, and former NFL player, 43, got engaged during an episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in March 2000.
They have three daughters, Finley, 11, Avery, 9, and Emery, 5.
“For the sake of their children, they ask for respect and privacy as they navigate this time in their lives,” the Rizzoli & Isles star’s rep said in a statement.
Harmon has publicly discussed how tough it is to make a marriage work. Geography has also been an issue because her TNT show films in L.A. and the family’s home base is in Charlotte, N.C. Sehorn had been forced into the role of Mr. Mom.
A Las Vegas judge set bail at $75,000 for rap music figure Marion “Suge” Knight, whose lawyer says he remains hospitalized after falling in jail last week.
Attorneys Richard Schonfeld and Julie Raye said Monday that Knight is being treated for a painful bruise on the back of his neck and head after falling Thursday while doctors were checking him for dizziness and chest pain.
Judge Joe M. Bonaventure set bail pending Knight’s return to California to face a felony robbery charge that could represent a third-strike felony for Knight.
The 49-year-old founder of Death Row Records was arrested Wednesday in Las Vegas and comedian Katt Williams was arrested in the Los Angeles area on a celebrity photographer’s complaint that they stole her camera Sept. 5 in Beverly Hills.
Lena Dunham was in a “rage spiral” as she disputed a writer’s contention that she sexually abused her little sister.
In a recent essay for the conservative National Review Online, Kevin D. Williamson cited a passage from Dunham’s best-selling memoir Not That Kind of Girl in which she recalled kissing and touching her sister, Grace. “Very disturbing behavior,” Williamson wrote.
In response, Dunham posted several tweets over the weekend that she called a “rage spiral.” She wrote that the allegations were “upsetting” and “disgusting.” She described the incidents as those of a “weird” 7-year-old girl and challenged her critics to acknowledge that such experiences were common.
“I bet you have some (stories) too, old men, that I’d rather not hear,” she wrote.