(NEW YORK) -- Bill Cosby is facing a new lawsuit stemming from a sexual assault allegation.
Model Chloe Goins, who has accused the comedian of drugging and abusing her in a bedroom of the Playboy Mansion in 2008, filed a lawsuit Tuesday in Los Angeles, seeking punitive damages.
Last week, it was announced that Los Angeles prosecutors are reviewing an investigation into the matter.
Cosby is facing another lawsuit filed in Los Angeles by Judy Huth, who alleges Cosby abused her at the Playboy Mansion around 1974, when she was 15. Cosby is set to take part in a deposition in that case.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Viewers watched on Sunday as the Kardashian family was not too happy with Caitlyn Jenner's comments in her Vanity Fair article, which came out last summer.
Caitlyn Jenner's ex Kris, in particular, was very upset with how she was made to look.
Well, Kris spoke to E! News on Monday and said she and her ex have moved past all that.
"Obviously, I was angry!" she says, referring to the famous cover. "But we are all good now and have moved past it."
The two have come a long way since the magazine came out, around the same time Sunday's episode was filmed.
(NEW YORK) -- Rosie O'Donnell has responded to her daughter Chelsea's Daily Mail interview on Tuesday, in which she rips O'Donnell's parenting skills.
Reps for the 53-year-old comedienne tell E! News that Rosie thinks the whole article is "heartbreaking on every level."
In the interview, Chelsea denies her mother's public claims on social media that she ran away from home, insisting Rosie kicked her out two weeks before her 18th birthday.
Chelsea tells the British newspaper that she finds O'Donnell "not genuine a lot of the time," explaining, "When we'd go out, she was a completely different person in public than at home and I had…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Ashley Judd has decided to speak up about her personal experience with sexual harassment.
In this week's Variety Power of Women issue, Judd, 47, recalls that she was chased by a famous executive from a rival studio, whose name she wouldn't reveal, whom she believed wanted to cast her in a film.
"I was sexually harassed by one of our industry’s most famous, admired-slash-reviled bosses," she recalls. "I was making Kiss the Girls at the time, and here I was, a declared feminist. I had completed a minor in what was then called women’s studies, which we now call gender studies. And yet…
(NEW YORK) -- Cate Blanchett has no use for social media, especially when it comes to posting pictures of herself.
The 46-year-old actress tells Yahoo! Beauty, "People constantly are taking pictures of ourselves to send them to people to see if they like me, 'Do they like me?,' adding, "It's pathetic, the whole thing about people worrying about what other people are going to think."
Blanchett thinks people's obsession with posting selfies is childish, noting, "The 'like' and the 'dislike' is just totally primary schoolyard. I cannot for the life of me work out why adults are participating in that s***."
(LOS ANGELES) -- Bindi Irwin stole the show during Monday night's Dancing with the Stars thanks to an emotional performance in honor of her late father, Steve Irwin, who died in 2006.
Following the show, the Australian wildlife conservationist reflected on her tribute performance and explained to Us Weekly that it was a "really, really tough week" for her.
"It was kind of revisiting a place that I haven't gone to since 2006," said Irwin. "It's a really challenging thing to do because there is a lot of emotion -- I don't think I've ever cried as much as I have this past week, to be honest!"…
(NEW YORK) -- Maksim Chmerkovskiy is returning to Dancing with the Stars. It was announced on ABC's Good Morning America that the former dancing pro will serve as a guest judge on Monday.
Chmerkovskiy will appear on the panel alongside judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Julianne Hough. He left DWTS last June after appearing on the show since season two.
The one-time champion said earlier this year that he'll never again compete for the Mirrorball trophy.
"You have to walk away when the time is right, and the time was right," he told Glamour magazine in May. "Nothing was out of ordinary. I think the change of guard is necessary. Like a…
(NEW YORK) -- Tom Hanks is a regular guy. Not only is he known to use the subway while traveling around New York City, fans have also spied him strolling around any one of New York City's many parks. Which may be why when a local Fordham University student lost her student identification card, Hanks was there to the rescue.
"Lauren! I found your Student ID in the park. If you still need it my office will get to you. Hanx," the Bridge of Spies star tweeted to his 10.4 million followers Tuesday.
Hanks is also paying forward a good deed someone did for him…
(LOS ANGELES) -- The latest installment of American Horror Story takes viewers inside the Hotel Cortez, where Lady Gaga plays a bloodthirsty hotel owner and you never quite know who checks in, or checks out.
Star Max Greenfield said on Tuesday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show that this season "is so scary!"
Greenfield's transformed into a platinum blonde junkie named Gabriel for American Horror Story: Hotel.Sadly, he missed the opportunity to work with Gaga directly on set, "but we ran into each other a couple times on set," he said.
Greenfield's transformation was so thorough, the pop superstar didn't recognize him at the show's red carpet premiere. "I saw her after the…
(NEW YORK) -- Twilight fans who declared themselves "Team Edward" or "Team Jacob" will have to rename their allegiance, thanks to nearly 400 pages of bonus content released Tuesday from Twilight author Stephenie Meyer in honor of the popular book series' 10th anniversary.
In the new anniversary material, Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined, the gender roles of the series' main characters are reversed, turning Edward into Edythe and Jacob into Julie.
"I wanted to do something fun for the 10th anniversary and the publisher wanted like a foreword and I thought, ‘Well, maybe something more interesting,'" Meyer said Tuesday on Good Morning America.
The new story is told…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Isabella Cruise, the adopted daughter of Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, tied the knot with her boyfriend of less than a year in a private London ceremony last month, according to Woman's Day magazine.
Isabella, 22, married British IT consultant Max Parker in front of a small group of close friends at London's Dorchester Hotel on September 18.
Sources tell People magazine the ceremony was so low-key, even Tom and Nicole weren't invited. Isabella's younger brother Conner was also reportedly missing from the wedding.
Things are fine between Isabella and her parents, according to the magazine, which reports the 53-year-old Mission Impossible star even paid for the entire affair.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Earlier this year, Kelly Rowland announced that she's landed her own BET reality-based show, titled Chasing Destiny. Now, it looks like Rowland wants find aspiring artists to take part.
The singer took to Twitter to reveal that there's an open casting call for the show, which is designed to find next great female superstar group.
"Calling all talented female performers for an exciting documentary w/ @BET! Apply today," Kelly tweeted before adding the link to her official website. Unsigned singers, dancers and entertainers are encouraged to submit their videos to compete on the show, which will be shot in Los Angeles from November…
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