Beckhams suing former nanny

LONDON - David and Victoria Beckham are suing their former nanny for claiming in the British press that the couple's six-year marriage was on the rocks.

The former nanny, Abbie Gibson, was paid $225,000 by the News of the World tabloid for her story about the soccer star and his wife. On Friday, Gibson promised Britain's High Court that she wouldn't say anything further about the couple's marriage or spend the money until the lawsuit is decided.

Gibson, who worked for the Beckhams from May 2003 until her resignation in March, had signed a confidentiality agreement, said the Beckhams' lawyer, Hugh Tomlinson.

Klein pleads guilty to charges of drunk driving

VISTA, Calif. - "American Pie" star Chris Klein pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor drunken driving charge, was fined $1,800 and ordered to perform 150 hours of community service.

San Diego County sheriff's deputies arrested the 26-year-old actor Feb. 5 in Encinitas. Authorities said he had a blood-alcohol content above 0.20, more than twice California's legal limit of 0.08.

Klein entered his plea in Vista Superior Court, his attorney Blair Berk said.

Bikel receives Hollywood star

LOS ANGELES - Entertainer, author and civil rights activist Theodore Bikel, who has portrayed Tevye in "Fiddler on the Roof" more than 2,000 times, has received a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

Bikel, who turns 81 Monday, was flanked by friends and fellow actors Martin Landau and Ed Asner this past week as he received his star.

"Finally, Theo gets his due!" Asner said.

- From wire reports