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Fleetwood Mac ex-guitarist found dead in London home

Bob Weston, a British guitarist who played with Fleetwood Mac, has died at age 64.

Police said Weston’s body was found in his north London home Tuesday after neighbors raised the alarm, the Associated Press reports.

Police said Friday that his death was not being treated as suspicious. An autopsy revealed the causes of death as gastric intestinal hemorrhage, cirrhosis of the liver and throat problems.

Weston joined Fleetwood Mac in 1972 as replacement for Danny Kirwan, and played on the band’s albums “Penguin” and “Mystery to Me.”

During an American tour the next year, Mick Fleetwood discovered Weston was having an affair with his wife, Jenny Boyd. Weston was fired.

He released several solo albums and recorded with musicians including Long John Baldry, Murray Head and Steve Marriott.

Drew Barrymore to take third trip down the aisle

Drew Barrymore is engaged to art consultant Will Kopelman.

Ms. Barrymore’s publicist confirmed the engagement Friday, the Associated Press reports. The couple reportedly were engaged over the holidays in Sun Valley, Idaho. It will be the actress’ third marriage.

Us Weekly first reported the engagement. A photo of the pair, in which Ms. Barrymore sports a 4-carat diamond ring, was released to People magazine.

The 36-year-old Ms. Barrymore was briefly married to Jeremy Thomas in 1994 and to comedian Tom Green in 2001.

Mr. Kopelman is the son of former Chanel CEO Arie Kopelman.

Comic-Con co-founder dies of pancreatic cancer

Richard Alf, one of the co-founders of San Diego’s Comic-Con, has died from pancreatic cancer at age 59.

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