Man accused of trespassing into Aniston's home
MALIBU, Calif. - A man who allegedly walked into Jennifer Aniston's home and said he was looking for the actress was arrested Thursday for investigation of trespassing, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said.
David Hesterbey, 48, of Santa Barbara was arrested by sheriff's deputies who found him walking along the beach near Aniston's home about noon, authorities said.
Sheriff's Sgt. Ken Scheurn said two of Aniston's employees told deputies a man walked into the actress' home on the Pacific Coast Highway north of Los Angeles and told one of them he was ''looking for Jennifer.''
Eminem, driver, bus company facing lawsuit
ST. LOUIS - A lawsuit has been filed against Eminem, his bus driver and tour bus company seeking unspecified damages for a July accident involving seven vehicles in western Missouri.
The lawsuit was filed Thursday in St. Louis by Michigan truck driver Breck Wyngarden and his wife, Ascension ''Tina'' Wyngarden. Along with Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers III, the suit names bus driver Charlie Dilligard and the tour bus company, Entertainment Coaches of America.
The accident happened July 13 about 25 miles east of Kansas City.
Oprah angry with accusation she snubbed publisher
CHICAGO - Oprah Winfrey said she is ''furious'' at allegations that her absence at the recent funeral for Ebony and Jet magazines founder John H. Johnson was a snub of the pioneering black publisher.
A column published Thursday in the Chicago Defender, a historically significant black daily newspaper, questioned why Winfrey didn't attend Johnson's Aug. 15 funeral in her hometown of Chicago. Former President Bill Clinton, the Rev. Jesse Jackson and many notable personalities attended.
- From wire reports