Ashton Kutcher Sues DMV; Halle Berry Ordered to Pay $20k a Month in Child Support; Prince William Turns 30
06.21.12 by Mandy
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Ashton Kutcher and his company, Katalyst, are suing the DMV for over $1.4 million. A reality series about the day-to-day dramas at the California Department of Motor Vehicles was planned by Kutcher, and the DMV reportedly agreed to participate. Katalyst says that it had already spent hundreds of thousands of dollars developing the series when the DMV decided to back out. One question that remains: Did any television viewers really want to endure the experience of being at the DMV while sitting at home?
For anyone looking for a new, lucrative line of work, it turns out that being the father of Halle Berry’s child can deliver a pretty hefty pay day. TMZ reports that Berry has been ordered by a family court judge to pay Gabriel Aubry $20,000 a month in child support. No determination has been made yet on whether Berry will be allowed to move their 4-year-old daughter, Nahla, to Paris.
It's going to be a boy for Vanessa and Nick Lachey. The mom-to-be made the announcement on her website yesterday. The baby boy is expected to arrive in September. Earlier this week, the Lacheys made another big pregnancy reveal when they posted a pic of Vanessa showing off her bump in a bikini.
In more Nick Lachey news — and who doesn't want more of that? — he and brother Drew Lachey announced on Wednesday that the boy band 98 Degrees will reunite this summer to perform at the Mixtape Festival in Hershey, PA. Though the two said this doesn't necessarily mean that they're planning a 98 Degrees reunion tour, they didn't rule it out, either.
It's a big day for the British royal family — Prince William celebrates the big 3-0. The Duke of Cambridge is reportedly planning a small, private celebration with close friends, but not everything about reaching this milestone will be low key. Upon turning 30, William will inherit $15 million from his mother's trust fund.
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