No charges for Garrett
LOS ANGELES - Prosecutors said Brad Garrett was provoked into pushing a paparazzo and charges won't be pressed.
The Emmy-winning actor was shown pushing a man with a video camera and challenging him to a fight in a video posted last month on celebrity gossip site TMZ.com. The photographer claimed Garrett broke his camera, but continued to hold it up as if he was still shooting.
The confrontation occurred outside a restaurant in West Hollywood. The former 'Everybody Loves Raymond' actor, who more recently starred in the Fox sitcom 'Til Death,' was not arrested.
A charge evaluation report released Friday by the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said the paparazzo used 'hostile and derogatory language' to try to provoke a violent outburst.
Judge orders Adler to rehab
LOS ANGELES - Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler is going to spend more time in rehab.
A court commissioner in Los Angeles agreed Friday to place Adler in a state-sanctioned drug rehabilitation program and keep Adler out of prison.
Adler's court appearance came a day after TV audiences watched him graduate from a drug-treatment program that is the focus of VH1's show 'Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.'
Police: Man broke into Hilton home
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles police said they are investigating a burglary at a home owned by socialite Paris Hilton.
Los Angeles Police Officer Julianne Sohn said the break-in occurred around 5 a.m. Friday at a home in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles. Sohn says detectives report that a man wearing a hooded sweat shirt broke into the home and ransacked Hilton's bedroom.
Hilton was not at home at the time.
No arrests have been made and police say the investigation continues.