Will and Jada Pinkett Smith Deny Split, but Is Marriage on the Rocks?; Glen Campell Not Yet Feeling Effects of Alzheimer's; Casey Anthony's Appeal Denied
08.24.11 by reelz
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While Will and Jada Smith denied a report they were splitting by issuing a carefully worded statement that said, "We are still together, and our marriage is intact." TMZ claims the couple has big-time marriage trouble and is going on a family trip in a last-ditch effort to save the relationship.
Country legend Glen Campbell gave ABC his first interview since going public with his Alzheimer's disease diagnosis and says he hasn't "felt it yet."
Casey Anthony's appeal that her time spent in jail on murder charges should count towards her probation on a check fraud conviction was denied by Judge Belvin Perry, and Anthony must report to the Orlando Department of Corrections by noon on Friday.
Mad Men star John Slattery has rushed to the defense of January Jones and called her a "sweetheart" after 11-year-old Jared Gilmore — who played Bobby Draper on the show — warned the next child actor taking the role to "be careful around January. She's not as approachable as the others."
It's reported that Russell Armstrong stopped taking his anti-depressant meds two weeks before he committed suicide, and that he badly beat wife Taylor Armstrong hours before hanging himself at a friend's house.
At the time of her death it was rumored Amy Winehouse went on a 36-hour bender that involved whiskey, ecstasy, ketamine, cocaine, and heroin. So much for celebrity gossip sites! Toxicology reports have been returned to the Winehouse family and they show there were no illegal substances in the singer's system when she died. Alcohol was present, but it's unknown if it played a role in her death.