Producer sues over Fawcett documentary
LOS ANGELES - A producer is suing over Farrah Fawcett's upcoming documentary on her battle with cancer.
Craig Nevius filed the lawsuit in Santa Monica on Wednesday, seeking to regain creative control of the upcoming NBC special.
'Farrah's Story' is scheduled to air on Friday.
Nevius is suing Fawcett's longtime companion, Ryan O'Neal, as well as his business manager and Alana Stewart, who helped produce the documentary.
He claims the trio interfered with his rights to produce the documentary. Fawcett is suffering from complications from anal cancer that has spread to her liver.
He also claims O'Neal has threatened him.
Rob Lowe ends fight with second nanny
LOS ANGELES - Rob Lowe's nanny trouble is over.
Court records show attorneys on Monday asked for the dismissal of dueling lawsuits in Los Angeles between the 'Brothers & Sisters' actor and a former nanny, Laura Boyce.
Similar lawsuits filed between Lowe and former nanny Jessica Gibson have been dismissed in Santa Barbara.
Attorneys for both women and Lowe sought the dismissals. There are no details on whether a settlement was reached.
Gokey knew he would be voted off 'Idol'
MILWAUKEE - Danny Gokey said he knew that he would be voted off 'American Idol' Wednesday night.
Predicted by many to make the Top 2, the church music director from Milwaukee said when the show's host Ryan Seacrest announced that Kris Allen was safe, he knew he wasn't.
'I was very confident in the fact that it was it for me,' Gokey, 29, said Thursday during a conference call with reporters. 'Actually the whole day I kind of thought it was it for me. Did I want it to be it for me? No. You know, I can be very transparent, and I wanted to go for the gold just like they did, and it didn't work out that way.'