- The Washington Times - Monday, September 28, 2009

Justin says ‘I do’

Justin Guarini married Reina Capodici at a private estate in his hometown of Doylestown, Pa., early Saturday evening, People.com reports.

Mr. Guarini, 30, the runner-up to Kelly Clarkson in the first season of “American Idol,” and his new bride, 27, attended high school together but only started dating after reconnecting in the past few years.

The wedding was presided over by a female minister from the Universalist Church and included vows the couple wrote. Mr. Guarini’s stepdaughter Lola, 4, spoke during the ceremony.

More troubles

Former child star Jaimee Foxworth has obtained a temporary restraining order against her longtime boyfriend after accusing him of physically abusing her.

The “Family Matters” actress — who briefly starred in adult films under the pseudonym Crave — filed documents in Los Angeles County Superior Court claiming Michael Shaw has been physically and verbally abusive toward her, Contactmusic.com reports.

According to the court papers, Miss Foxworth claims that Mr. Shaw, the father of her 4-month-old son Michael, grabbed her arm and dragged her along the floor through broken glass.

Miss Foxworth, 29, also says as she was feeding their son in the back seat of a car Mr. Shaw “pulled the car over, jumped into the back seat … tried to push [Miss Foxworth] out of his car, and threatened to drive [her] son away.”

Under the order, Mr. Shaw is required to stay 100 yards from Miss Foxworth and the child, TMZ.com. said Sunday.

Mr. Shaw recently appeared on TV One’s documentary series, “Life After,” professing his love for Miss Foxworth.

In 2008, Miss Foxworth appeared on the VH1 reality series “Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew.”

Kitaen busted

Like Miss Foxworth, another “Celebrity Rehab” alumna is facing legal woes.

Police in California say former actress Tawny Kitaen has been arrested for investigation of driving under the influence, Associated Press reports.

Newport Beach police Sgt. Shontel Sherwood says Miss Kitaen was arrested about 3 p.m. Saturday when officers suspected she had been driving her Range Rover under the influence of alcohol or drugs. She was released after posting $2,500 bail.

Miss Kitaen, 48, recently appeared on “Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew.”

She first found fame appearing in 1980s music videos for future husband David Coverdale’s band Whitesnake.

Miss Kitaen also played the bride-to-be of Tom Hanks‘ character in the 1984 film “Bachelor Party.”

Compiled by Robyn-Denise Yourse from Web and wire reports

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