Khloe Kardashian’s husband is taking legal action against his ex, Liza Morales, in the hopes that he’ll be allowed to put their kids — Destiny and L.J. — on TV. But she’s warning Khloe that he’s an absentee dad!
Lamar Odom is in the middle of some baby mama drama! The NBA star, who married Khloe Kardashian after a whirlwind romance last September, is taking the mother of his children, Liza Morales, to court to set a “parental access schedule” so that he can feature their daughter, Destiny, 12, and son, L.J., 9, on the new reality show he and Khloe are filming for the E! network. Liza isn’t thrilled with the idea of her kids appearing on the TV show that will document the couple as they try to get pregnant. And with good reason. “He has not been there for his children for years,” she tells In Touch.
This is so disturbing! An Australian mother got her 5-year-old son drunk! Luckily, his dad called the ambulance in time and now the mom has been jailed for eight months. Is that enough of a punishment?
Some people just shouldn’t be parents. Kylie Eastwood is one of those people. The 36-year-old from Moe, east of Melbourne, Australia, is heading to jail after she allowed her 5-year-old son to consume numerous shots of homemade grappa in 2008. “He likes his alcohol,” the mother-of-six said.
Charlie, you’re off the hook for now … prosecutors say it’s likely you won’t be charged for your domestic abuse case until February 8, 2010
Two and Half Men star Charlie Sheen has less than two and half months to enjoy his freedom, because prosecutors said today, Dec. 28, that he won’t find out until early next year whether he’ll be charged or not for his recent domestic abuse scandal.
Charlie’s wife, 32-year-old Brooke Mueller, called 911 after the 44-year-old actor allegedly choked and threatened her with a knife during a dispute on Christmas Eve in Aspen. The comedian certainly wasn’t laughing when he was arrested Christmas morning on suspicion of menacing, second-degree assault and criminal mischief. According to the Huffington Post, Charlie would be affected most by the menacing charge, which entails prison for two to eight years and a fine of between $2,000-$500,000.