TMZ has obtained correspondence between nanny Gina B and the Orange County Dept. of Children and Family Services … in which she claims on June 28, Nadya ran to her crying, claiming she found her oldest son watching porn on his phone.
The nanny says the 11-year-old had found the website that posted his mom’s masturbation video and decided to sneak a peek. The nanny says Octo handed her the phone and asked her to block the site, but when the nanny said she needed a passcode, Octo told her to forget it. The nanny says Octo told her she and her then-boyfriend Frankie would have a chit-chat with the kid about staying off porn sites … especially hers.
Kate Moss credits the years she spent dating Johnny Depp as to how she handles fame:
“I was lucky to be with Johnny at that stage. He taught me a lot about fame. He told me ‘never complain, never explain’. That’s why I don’t use Twitter and things like that. I don’t want people to know what is true all the time and that’s what keeps the mystery.”
“I have met the love of my life. He’s amazing, he’s perfect, he’s everything I’ve ever wanted in my life. He’s diving in the pool right now, and he’s the most beautiful man I’ve ever met in my life.”
Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron do not get along.
Pippa Middleton might have a new boyfriend.
Rainn Wilson says The Office spin-off about life on Schrute Farms isn’t happening.
Kim Kardashian wants to go blonde now that she wore a $2,000 wig for Halloween.
Soon you’ll be able to smell like Robert Pattinson.
Tom Cruise won’t press charges against the intruder that broke into his property, who happens to be a beautiful male model.
Sam Lutfi wants to represent Lindsay Lohan next.
Chris Brown was seen texting and driving while listening to Rihanna’s music in his car.
Edward Furlong was arrested at LAX this morning for hitting his girlfriend.
I guess Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian are pretty stoked to be alive after Hurricane Sandy.
Ke$ha wore this and it might not have been for Halloween.
Lance Armstrong is still biking.
The Hour will return to television, both British and American, in November.