Charlie Sheen has both his goddesses back. Rachel Oberlin, who uses the name Bree Olson in her porn star career, has moved back into Sheen's Los Angeles home. He Tweeted the photo at left of the trio with the caption, "Told ya she'd be back... jealous face much?" Oberlin, at left in the photo, departed the house earlier this month to answer DUI charges in her home state of Indiana stemming from a car crash in early February in Fort Wayne after which police said she registered .19 on a Breathalyzer. "She was gone for eight days handling personal matters back home in Indiana, but she landed in L.A. [Monday] night, and has since been back at Charlie's," says the Foxxx Modeling agent for Oberlin. On Sunday, Oberlin Tweeted, "Heading back to Cali soon …" Oberlin and Sheen had one argument, after which she left the house he also shares with Natalie Kenly, but soon returned. "Everyone is happy and good," Oberlin's agent says. "Bree and Charlie had one spat, and it was the one he Tweeted about awhile ago. Since then, they've all been fine."
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The porn star whom Sheen paid $30,000 to party with him during a days-long bender in January that ended up with him in the hospital was hospitalized herself in a Chicago psych ward after a suicide attempt and/or publicity stunt, police say. Kacey Jordan, left, was hospitalized Monday night in Chicago after police found her sitting on her bed in her room in the Peninsula Hotel with cuts on her arms, surrounded by prescription pill bottles, broken glass and alcohol. Her worrisome tweets included one that said, ""those 16 hours i was with charlie sheen … messed me up." Although she reportedly told police that the tweets she posted were a publicity stunt, she did seem dazed and grabbed a corkscrew bottle opener and tried to run out of the room and cut herself when police arrived. Jordan was taken to a nearby hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. A Chicago Police Department spokesman told E! News that officers responded to a "well-being check" at the Peninsula Hotel and the victim, who police refused to name, was taken to a nearby hospital. Jordan tweeted about drinking bourbon and using cocaine and as the day progressed her tweets became more and more alarming: "i took a bunch of pills...drank a hotel size bottle of jack... stumbled to the bathroom to weigh myself.........86 lbs" After thanking her Twitter followers for alerting the hotel and police, Jordan tweeted, "I'm Sooo bored in this hospital bed! I wanna have someone save me..."
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Seann William Scott, who played Steve Stifler in the "American Pie" movies and Bo Duke in the 2005 remake of "The Dukes of Hazzard" has entered an undisclosed treatment facility for "health and personal issues," his reps say. Scott, who also did the voice of Crash for the "Ice Age" animated movies, did not disclose where he was being treated or what prompted the action. "Seann William Scott has voluntarily admitted himself for proactive treatment to address health and personal issues," the reps say in a statement. "He appreciates the support of his many fans at this time."
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The "Celebrity Apprentice" feud between Lisa Rinna -- booted out on the last episode -- and Star Jones has entered the realm of real life, and may soon wind up in a courtroom. Jones says she has been harassed and targeted by Rinna's "foul" tweets and emails for months. (The show began taping last fall and all but the live finale is completed.) Jones has handed over tweets and emails from Rinna to NBC's legal department, complaining she is being "harassed," according to a source. No comment yet from Rinna, who has since deleted the offending tweets, including the one at left in which Rinna poses with a monster mask and writes, "Great shot of me and Star Jones!!!! " Saying that such attacks were "evidence of [Rinna's] instability," Jones also got lawyers from The Trump Organization and from Mark Burnett Productions involved in her case. NBC declined comment, and lawyers for Trump and Burnett did not return calls from E! News. A source says, "Star is taking this very seriously."
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Comedian Gilbert Gottfried has apologized for making light of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, but he is out as the Aflac duck and a search is on for a new voice actor for the long-running ads. "I sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended by my attempt at humor regarding the tragedy in Japan," Gottfried, who has been the voice of the duck since 2000, said in a statement after deleting the dim-witted tweets. "I meant no disrespect, and my thoughts are with the victims and their families." Aflac's Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Michael Zuna issued a statement Monday saying, "Gilbert's recent comments about the crisis in Japan were lacking in humor and certainly do not represent the thoughts and feelings of anyone at Aflac." But Howard Stern says the firing was unjustified -- because Gottfried is known for his tasteless jokes.
-- Anne Neville