Hong Kong refuses Glitter

HONG KONG - British glam rocker Gary Glitter, who served nearly three years in a Vietnamese prison for molesting children, was denied entry to Hong Kong after refusing to return to England, officials said on Wednesday.

Glitter flew to Hong Kong Wednesday night after staying in the transit area of Bangkok's international airport for several hours.

'The Chinese authorities have informed us that they have refused Paul Gadd entry into Hong Kong,' a spokeswoman for Britain's Foreign Office said. Glitter's real name is Paul Francis Gadd.

'It's a matter for the Chinese authorities what happens next,' she said.

Ricky Martin has twin boys

NEW YORK - There won't be much 'livin' la vida loca' for Ricky Martin these days - he's now the father of twin boys.

The Latin superstar had the children via a surrogate mother, and the babies were born a few weeks ago, according to a statement from his representatives.

'The children, delivered via gestational surrogacy, are healthy and already under Ricky's full-time care,' said the statement. 'Ricky is elated to begin this new chapter in his life as a parent and will be spending the remainder of the year out of the public spotlight in order to spend time with his children.'

Adler pleads not guilty to drug charges

LOS ANGELES - Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler has pleaded not guilty to drug charges and will remain in rehab for at least the next month.

Adler appeared in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday morning with a friend and therapist. A judge ordered him to remain in rehab while he awaits a preliminary hearing on a felony charge of drug possession and a misdemeanor count of being under the influence of drugs.

Los Angeles police arrested him last month and he was freed on $10,000 bail.

Adler has a long history of drug use. He performed on the early Guns N' Roses albums but was later fired.