Steven Tyler's Aerosmith bandmates are expressing concerns about his well-being in the wake of reports in the Boston Herald and online that he may have returned to his hard-partying ways. "I think that he needs help and that attention needs to be put to his health," drummer Joey Kramer told People, adding that he is concerned that the singer is "isolating himself." Tyler battled drug addiction in the 1970s and 1980s and checked into a rehab center last year to detox from painkillers. Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford told People, "His behavior is spinning out of control." The Herald reports that Tyler now spends nearly all of his time with girlfriend Erin Brady, 30ish, and Dole Food Co. heir Justin Murdock, 35. Tyler reportedly partied for two days straight in Sturgis, S.D., last summer, before Tyler fell off the stage and injured his head, arm and shoulder. The injury cut short the band's summer tour.
Los Angeles Police are fed up with complaints from neighbors about noisy, raucous parties held by Paris Hilton and boyfriend Doug Reinhardt and now say there will be "tickets or arrests" the next time they are called there. One neighbor, who calls Hilton "a monster," says people who live nearby have taken their complaints to their city councilman, who has spoken with the city attorney's office about the noise, crowds ans fighting.
Richard Heene brought his boys and wife to Manhattan on Thursday to tour the Statue of Liberty and reportedly have some talks with somebody over some show-biz opportunities. The question being asked all over the country -- why aren't Balloon Boy and his brothers in school?
Eddie Cibrian is suing "Life & Style weekly" for more than $1 million, for reporting that he is cheating on new girlfriend LeAnn Rimes with aspiring actress Scheana Jancan. In the suit, obtained by TMZ, Cibrian claims an article headlined "Eddie is Cheating on LeAnn Already" and other stories "falsely portray Eddie as being unfaithful to Ms. Rimes, as currently being in a romantic relationship with Ms. Jancan, and as having abandoned his children."
James Van Der Beek has filed for divorce from his wife of nearly six years, actress Heather Ann McComb, five months after the pair separated. In the papers, he cited irreconcilable differences. Van Der Beek, 32, and McComb were engaged in early 2003. They exchanged vows over the Fourth of July weekend that year in an outdoor ceremony in Malibu. The guests included Van Der Beek's "Dawson's Creek" costars Michelle Williams, Busy Phillips and Soleil Moon Frye.
James Caan has filed for divorce from his fourth wife, Linda, for the second time. The two married in 1995 and have two children, James Arthur Caan, 14, and Jacob Nicholas Caan, 11. Caan filed for divorce in 2005, but the two reconciled a month later. In is filing in L.A. County Superior Court, Caan citied irreconcilable differences. His rep said in a statement: "We have two beautiful kids together and will remain great friends. Everything will be fine."
-- Anne Neville