As the summer of a thousand celebrity hot mess divorces rolls on, Kevin Costner and his eventually-to-be ex-wife, Christine Baumgartner, have been consistently delivering when it comes to probably having their people volley gratuitously absurd and chaotic details “from court documents” back and forth. When this whole thing started, Kevin said it was a surprise divorce, and Christine was disobeying their prenup by not GTFO of his home after she filed, despite him paying her to leave. There was also some guesthouse tenant drama. Then, it was reported that Christine was asking for Kevin to pay her a jaw-dropping $248,000 PER MONTH in child support–which she says wasn’t even enough to fund the lifestyle their kids were accustomed to. And now, People says that in court documents, Christine claimed that Kevin told their three children about the divorce in a quick Zoom call while he was filming in another state, and she’s pretty pissed about it because it’s not how they agreed it would all go down.
As Neil Sedaka once said, “Breaking up is hard to do.” But you know what isn’t? Venting to everyone about it! If you’ve had a crummy breakup, you know one of the best ways to get over it is to talk about it with your best friends. That’s what this student was doing while she was in a Zoom class. However, she wasn’t on mute as she believed, so the whole class heard the over 3-minute tale!
Don’t worry, this wasn’t some kind of Jeffrey Toobin situation, The New York Post says that 46-year-old William Amos, a Liberal Member of Parliament representing the western Quebec riding of Pontiac who is sadly not related to Tori Amos, had a little camera accident at work. His camera was left on by accident after he came back from a run and was getting ready for work-from-home. Will was naked, and only covering his down-low part, and so obviously someone took a picture of it. Well, at least Will didn’t have a side chick in the background.
Jeremy Piven has kept a low-profile since being allegedly blackballed by Hollywood. Jeremy “took one for the team” when he was accused of some #MeToo sexual grossness, but then passed a lie detector test after claiming innocence. His career has been in the shit can ever since and his IMDB page is filled with third-tier movies that are in post-production. One is called Crabs In The Bucket, which is a fitting title for a Jeremy Piven movie.
Well, Jeremy probably can’t get a movie producer to pay him $15,000 for 10 minutes of work, so he’s looking to the people for that and is now hawking $15,000 Zoom calls on Cameo.