Mueller was in The Canyon rehab center in Malibu until she left on Sunday night, allegedly because a staff member leaked her intake document, which listed the reason she had entered rehab. On Tuesday, attorney Yale Galanter is threatening to file a lawsuit on Mueller's behalf, blaming The Canyon for "a major breach of confidentiality." Galanter told People , "I am livid. These people are buffoons." Mueller left The Canyon on Sunday night and checked into what Galanter calls "a more secure, confidential and private environment."
Tiger Woods is still apologizing. He and wife Elin Nordegren have reportedly written a letter to the parents of their daughter Sam's preschool classmates, apologizing for the media attention the school has received since Woods' sex scandal was revealed. Florida's WFTV.com posted a copy of the document on its Web site. It says, "We would like to share our appreciation for your support over the past several months and offer our personal apology for any inconvenience you are experiencing due to the increased media scrutiny surrounding our children," reads the letter. When reached by People, the school, Premier Academy, would not verify the authenticity of the letter. The letter says Woods and Nordegren are trying to "keep life as normal as possible" for daughter, Sam, 2, and son Charlie, 1. "For Sam, that normalcy means attending the school that she enjoys so much."
Vancouver police say they are hoping to find missing former child actor Andrew Koenig alive, although there has been no activity on his cell phone or bank account since he was last seen in the city on Feb. 16. "Police are still hopeful that Andrew will be found alive," the Vancouver Police Department said. After news of Koenig's disappearance was released on Sunday, police received "a substantial amount of tips and information" in the case, and that various "investigative avenues are being checked and re-checked." His father, Walter Koenig, who played Pavel Chekov in the original Star Trek series, says he was on his way to Vancouver to speak with police. Koenig says his son, left, had battled depression and he and his wife had received a disturbing letter from Andrew days after he missed his flight back home to California. Andrew Koenig, 41, played Richard "Boner" Stabone in the '80s sitcom "Growing Pains." Meanwhile, Koenig's California landlord says the actor gave him 30 days notice, cleaned out his apartment and left town.
The guy who has been stalking Audrina Patridge flipped out in court Tuesday, yelling incoherently, making obscene gestures and demanding to be allowed to plead guilty. Zachary Loring, 24, who was behind a grill and guarded by a deputy, was shushed by his attorney and the judge and finally the video of his comments was turned off. Loring is facing a felony charge of stalking and three misdemeanors and five year protective order was granted for Audrina and her family. He was arrested outside Patridge's house Feb. 19.
With Angelina Jolie shooting "The Tourist" in Venice, Brad Pitt took the couple's two older girls, Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 3, on a shopping trip. "Zahara chose very girlie outfits, but Shiloh only wanted items from the boys' collection, which is in another boutique across the street," a source told People. Shiloh, who has been sporting a short haircut recently, picked out some yellow boys' jeans, shirts and cotton scarves.
Gary Busey has started over as a dad. The actor, 65, and girlfriend Steffanie Sampson welcomed Luke Sampson Busey with girlfriend Steffanie Sampson, according to ET.com. "This feels like a dream," the couple, left, said in a statement. "We feel so blessed and are overwhelmed with happiness at Luke's arrival." Among the first to arrive at the hospital to congratulate the new parents was Busey's other child, son Jake, 38.
-- Anne Neville