Mick Jagger’s girlfriend committed suicide… Lewis Hamilton denies being engaged to girlfriend… Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis used to despise each other… Kanye West pleads no contest… and Chris Brown will stay behind bars
Mick Jagger’s longtime girlfriend hanged herself at her home in Manhattan yesterday morning. Designer L’Wren Scott texted her assistant to come over at 10am, and she’s the one who found her body. L’Wren didn’t leave a suicide note, but there are reports that she was in deep financial trouble and that Mick had recently broken up with her.
Despite reports to the contrary, “Us Weekly” says Nicole Scherzinger and British Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton are not engaged. Their source says, “They only just got back together at Christmas, so it’s very much at a point of working things out still.” Nicole and Lewis have dated on and off for over five years.
They couldn’t be more blissfully in love, but back in the day, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis reportedly couldn’t stand each other. According to RadarOnline, when Ashton and Mila co-starred on “That ’70s Show” from 1998-2006, they didn’t get along at all. But when Ashton split with Demi Moore in 2011 and there was all that scandal involving Ashton and some chick in a San Diego hotel hot tub, Mila reached out to him to bury the hatchet. From there, they developed a solid friendship which eventually blossomed into love.
Kanye West has pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery against a photographer, which isn’t the same as pleading guilty. He still claims his innocence. But Kanye was charged with misdemeanor counts of battery and grand theft after a run-in with a photographer at LAX last summer. To make it go away, he’s agreed to 24 anger management therapy sessions, 250 hours of community service, and 2 years of probation.
Chris Brown showed up in court yesterday wearing his prison-issued orange jumpsuit. He was arrested pretty much the minute he was kicked out of anger management rehab for violating rules, which may or may not have involved hooking up with women. Chris’ attorney was asking that he be sent to another rehab facility or be placed under house arrest, but the judge said no. Chris has to stay in jail until April 23, which is when his criminal assault trial in Washington is scheduled to begin.