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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 10.7.16

E! has halted production on Keeping Up With The Kardashians in the wake of Kim’s robbery.  The network released a statement saying “Kim’s well-being is our core focus right now. No decision has been made as to when production will resume.”  Buuuut, this is a little deceiving, the family has continued filming, even shooting earlier this week.  Just Kim has but the brakes on filming.  She returned to LA earlier this week, but is not ready to resume filming yet.

Brad Pitt got to spend some time with his six kids for the first time following Angelina Jolie’s divorce filing.  Due to the ongoing investigation of abuse, a therapist was likely present at the recommendation of DCFS.  The recommended plan is in effect until October 20th.

Bruno Mars surprised fans last night by releasing his first new music in 4 years in the form of “24K Magic” along with the accompanying music video.


Congrats to Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, the adorable couple is expecting a baby boy! Ashton revealed he had hoped it would be another girl!

The California car dealership that sold Anton Yelchin the 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee that killed him in June is denying any sort of liability for the accident. In fact, they’re blaming him.  Yelchin’s parents filed a $5 million wrongful death lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler, ZF North America and AutoNation in August, citing that “defective” gearshift is what ultimately caused the Jeep to roll down the 27-year-old actor’s driveway and crush him against the gate outside of his home.  They’re claiming the accident was Yelchin’s fault for his “misuse, misapplication or damage” to the car, suggesting he made changes to the vehicle after its purchase.

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