2/18/13 Charlie Sheen Helps Injured Teen
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Monday, February 18, 2013
KRIS HUMPHRIES and KIM KARDASHIAN are scheduled to go to trial May 6th. But that's right in the middle of the NBA Playoffs, which the Brooklyn Nets have a pretty good shot at making. And a source says that if there's a conflict, Kris is willing to MISS GAMES.
RIHANNA was injured in London Saturday night, after a heckler threw a bottle at her. -Rihanna was leaving a club when the guy started yelling at her. Sources say he was upset about her relationship with CHRIS BROWN. -The bottle didn't hit Rihanna, but she fell against a metal grate while trying to avoid it, and cut her leg. Rihanna's bodyguard tried to chase the guy, but he injured HIS leg, too, and ended up in the hospital. The suspect got away.
RIHANNA and CHRIS BROWN were at the same club Thursday night, but they didn't speak or spend any time together. It sounds like they're back OFF . . . and it might be because Chris spent the previous night at a club with his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran.
For the last two years, ZACH GALIFIANAKIS and RENEE ZELLWEGER have been taking care of a homeless woman who works at a laundromat near their neighborhood. -And obviously, they've never sought publicity for it, or we would have heard about it a long time ago. -It's not clear if Zach and Renee patronize the laundromat . . . but they sprang into action when they found out the woman was homeless. Zach got her an apartment and has been paying the rent and utilities ever since. -Renee furnished the place, and keeps her fridge stocked.
CHARLIE SHEEN threw down $10,000 on a therapy dog for a Wisconsin teen who was injured when she fell 100 feet from a malfunctioning amusement park ride a few years ago. They actually got to Charlie through his godfather, who's kind of a friend of a friend. Charlie says, quote, "I like to pay it forward. People come into your orbit for a reason. You don't always know what that is ahead of time, but if I ignore these requests then I don't have any opportunity to see where these things lead us, or lead me."