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Topic - Kevin Federline
Now that she's done dressing up the chic fictional characters of "Sex and the City," stylist Patricia Field is interested in giving first lady Michelle Obama some fashion pointers. Though a fan of Mrs. Obama's attire, Miss Field said she believes she could be of some assistance to the first lady.
An attorney for Britney Spears' ex-husband called child abuse claims leveled at the singer by a former bodyguard baseless and motivated by money.
Britney Spears denied a bodyguard's accusations that she sexually harassed him and abused her children, saying Thursday in a statement on her website that authorities looked into his claims but found no reason to act.
Sometimes life gets so crazy that you just want to shave your head, stop wearing underwear in public and go to rehab.
End of the story
End of the story
"said that if we were going to have a little girl, she wanted to name her Jordan. And then, we actually thought that it was a boy, but we stuck with the name Jordan because, you know, it fits both ways," Mr. Federline told Us Weekly.
Spears' ex-husband, Kevin Federline, has also denied through his attorney that any abuse occurred and called Flores' accusations "baseless."