10/15/12 Russell Crowe Divorcing

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Monday, October 15, 2012
DANNY DEVITO may have destroyed his marriage to RHEA PERLMAN by preying on young, up-and-coming actresses. That's supposedly Danny's thing. --A source who worked on Danny's movie "Hoffa" says he personally saw Danny use his position as director to score a little nookie from an extra. --The source says quote, "It was kind of pathetic because she was very young and beautiful and obviously just having sex with him in hopes that he'd make her a star. --It was sad to see her pretending to really like him when really it was just because of who he was. And worse, Danny preying on vulnerable young girls like that." --The source adds, quote, "Danny can be quite the flirt and because of his powerful status in Hollywood, he's not ashamed to abuse his position and chat up young, aspiring women looking to make it in the industry."
RUSSELL CROWE and his wife Danielle Spencer have split after nine years of marriage. --The two met 22 years ago on a movie set in Australia. But it wasn't until after his adulterous relationship with MEG RYAN that he returned to Australia and decided to settle down with Danielle. --Sources say the split is amicable, and Danielle will continue to raise their sons, 8-year-old Charles and 6-year-old Tennyson, in Sydney. Crowe is currently in New York filming a movie.
Lindsay Lohan will reportedly do an interview with Barbara Walters: A "no holds barred, no questions off-limits" interview. Apparently, Lindsay "trusts Barbara” and a soure says, "[Lindsay] has a lot of respect and admiration for her, and knows the interview will be done accurately and fairly."
There may be a REDNECK BEEF between LARRY THE CABLE GUY and the family from "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo"? --Over the weekend, Larry told the paparazzi that he IS a redneck . . . but not a LOWER CLASS redneck like Honey Boo Boo's family. --He said, quote, "I'm a redneck . . . I'm not a Honey Boo Boo redneck, I'm a Larry the Cable Guy redneck . . . there's a big difference between the two rednecks." --He added that there are "stages" . . . but the "majority" of rednecks are like him, where, quote, "the food's not as greasy.”