Meanwhile, Rachel Uchitel, Tiger's "Mistress No. 1," is reportedly pitching a reality dating show in which she would star, called "Romancing Rachel." TMZ reports that Uchitel, along with two producers and an agent, have pitched the show, in which Rachel will try to find true love with single men, to E!, VH1, Oxygen and Lifetime. Two networks have dropped out, but VH1 and Oxygen are said to be interested.
Donald Trump, who is a pal of Tiger Woods, says Woods and wife Elin Nordegren are headed for divorce. In a phone interview with "Good Day New York," Trump said, "Do you want me to be blunt about it? I think it is over and it is too bad. I think he feels very badly about it. It is very, very tough." But then Trump had a joke: "Who can blame her? I am sure that my wife would be extremely OK with one, two, or three infidelities, but 15 is a bit much!"
Michael Lohan convinced the L.A. County Sheriff's Department to go to his daughter Lindsay Lohan's house Thursday to check on the welfare of her 16-year-old sister, Ali, seen at far left with her sister. Deputies were apparently satisfied with her status and left Ali with Lindsay. TMZ reports that a source said Michael Lohan made a "compelling case" to deputies, saying that Ali was in danger because she had been in Lindsay's car when Lindsay drove back from the Coachella music and arts festival at speeds of 115 mph. After they left, leaving Ali with her sister, Lindsay tweeted, "i have no choice but to make this public, due to my sister's safety, as well as my own, "my ex-dad" just WALKED INTO MY APT like the devil's advocate with officers.... let's not forget, that my father KIDNAPPED me from a COURT ROOM when i was 4 years old and is CRAZY ... when will it ever end... it's been going on my whole life with him -- hasn't he caused enough pain?" Dina Lohan, Michael's ex-wife, told TMZ, "I was told by my attorneys not to speak because it is very serious and my ex could be in big trouble. He's dangerous.... If he can't get to them he is going to try to hurt them -- it's not good." But Michael Lohan promises he won't leave Los Angeles "until Ali is removed from Lindsay's home and has a normal life of a 16-year-old."
Meanwhile, Lindsay Lohan is getting one more chance to show up for her deposition in the lawsuit filed against her for a reckless, drunken driving incident in 2007. She has so far skipped three scheduled depositions, but the paperwork filed Thursday asking the judge to issue a judgment against her was flawed. Her attorney promises that she will show up at the next date, May 4, to tell her side of the story. The suit was filed by passengers in an SUV she commandeered and used to chase a car being driven by the mother of her assistant on the Pacific Coast Highway, as well as a passenger of the car she was chasing. She was drunk and had cocaine in her pocket at the time of the chase.."
And finally, police say Lindsay is a suspect in the disappearance of a $35,000 Rolex that was accidentally left at her house by a friend earlier this year. Sources say that police have photos that prove Lindsay knows where the Rolex is -- and they stopped at her house Wednesday to question her about the watch. She reportedly denied any knowledge of where it is. Lindsay's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, tells TMZ, "The allegations are completely untrue." It does sound familiar: Back in 2008, a college student accused Lohan of stealing her $12,000 mink coat from a nightclub after she saw photos of Lohan wearing the distinctive coat around town. The coat was returned to the student after she sued Lohan.
Jon Gosselin has fired attorney Anthony List, who filed suit in early April calling Kate an "absentee mom" and demanding primary custody for Jon. Now Gosselin tells TMZ, "I never wanted primary custody, he [attorney Anthony List] filed for that. I only wanted a more flexible custody schedule so I could be with my kids." Gosselin is also said to be annoyed that List spoke to the media. But List says, "Jon signed off on everything." Gosselin says he wants to pay child support, but "just can't afford the $22,000 a month right now. That is why I'm trying to find a job." Gosselin hasn't worked for years, supporting his family with the income of the "Jon & Kate Plus 8" show. Since those days are over, he says, "I would like a job in some aspect of TV, probably as a host."
A Malibu rehab facility has filed a claim against the estate of heiress Casey Johnson that would wipe out all her assets. TMZ has obtained documents filed on behalf of Renaissance Malibu, that say the $74,750 bill Johnson owed from a rehab stay in August 2009 has not been paid. Johnson's entire estate was valued at around $75,000 when she died. The legal papers says Johnson stayed at the exclusive facility for 30 days and then received several more days of therapy.
Jeremy London says his success on TV led to prescription pill abuse that endangered his career, health and his relationship with his wife and son -- and even his life. "There were times I didn't care if I died," says London, who arrived in Hollywood with his identical twin, Jason, in 1993 and went on to star in "Party of Five" and then "7th Heaven." Due to his drug use, London says, "I felt like I was losing everything." Once he became a star, "I was treated like royalty," says London. "It was hard for my brain to accept." In 2007, he married actress Melissa Cunningham, and the pair had a son, Lyrik, now 3. But London's prescription drug abuse caused the marriage to fail and even endangered his relationship with his son, with whom he now has twice-weekly visitation. A 2009 stint in rehab helped London get clean.
-- Anne Neville