Julie Chrisley is 'scared' in prison, hasn't spoken to husband Todd in months, plus more news

Savannah Chrisley says Todd and Julie Chrisley haven’t spoken since reporting to prison 4 months ago

Julie Chrisley is struggling with being unable to speak to her husband, Todd Chrisley, while the reality stars serve their time behind bars for tax fraud. On her latest “Unlocked” podcast, the couple’s daughter, Savannah Chrisley, shared that when she visited her mom recently, Julie gave her “30 to 40 days’ worth of letters” about her daily experiences and feelings as she serves a seven-year sentence in Lexington, Kentucky, and Todd serves 12 years in prison in Pensacola, Florida. “I don’t think there’s a single letter that goes by that she does not say how much she misses my dad,” Savannah said, per Entertainment Tonight. “They don’t get to talk. … So we’re like, what, four months in, almost, and being together almost 30 years and not going a day without speaking, to now going on four months is a lot.” Despite missing her husband, Julie is “trying to stay busy” and “trying to shield [her kids] from a lot of things,” according to Savannah.

It was tough to see the accounts of her day and things she’s scared of or nervous about,” she added. “Just, all the thoughts that go through her mind and not having my dad with her, that’s the biggest thing.” Julie and Todd were found guilty on federal bank fraud and tax evasion charges in June 2022.

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Kim Kardashian working with acting coach after ‘AHS’ casting backlash

Kim Kardashian defended her casting in the upcoming “American Horror Story: Delicate” series at the 2023 Met Gala on Monday (May 1), telling Variety she’s working with an acting coach ahead of her first day on set. “We start shooting my stuff at the end of this month. But production has already started and I’m so excited … for the experience,” Kim said, clad in freshwater pearl-bedecked Schiaparelli for fashion’s biggest night. Asked if she was taking acting classes, “The Kardashians” star replied, “I am. Of course. It’s a challenge. I like to challenge myself. It’s really fun to step outside of your comfort zone and try something new and grow.” Kim’s last stab at scripted television came in 2021, when she hosted “Saturday Night Live” and kissed her then-future, now-ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson as part of a skit. Kim and Pete — who split in 2022 after nine months of dating — were also spotted reuniting at the Met on Monday.

Kim’s acting update comes after Patti Lupone criticized her on social media for “taking a role away” from experienced actors with her “AHS” casting. Sharon Stone later chimed in on the post in support of Patti’s comments.

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Gwyneth Paltrow won’t recoup attorneys’ fees in ski cash case after all

Gwyneth Paltrow won’t recoup the cost of her attorneys’ fees in the high-profile ski resort lawsuit she won last month. A jury unanimously found retired eye doctor Terry Sanderson was at fault in the 2016 slopes collision in Park City, Utah, over which he sued the star in 2019. They also awarded Gwyneth the symbolic $1 in damages she sought in her countersuit. But her initial request to have Sanderson cover the years of attorneys’ fees she racked up while fighting him has now been rescinded, with Gwyneth agreeing to skip the legal fee request and Terry agreeing not to appeal the case, The Associated Press reports. The price tag on Gwyneth’s case has not been disclosed, but the AP points out that Gwyneth’s legal fees likely included the cost of expert witnesses and “high-resolution animated recreations of her recollections of the crash,” in addition to the fees she paid her lawyers from 2019 through April 2023, when an eight-day trial ended with her win.

Aerosmith announces farewell tour amid Steven Tyler’s sex abuse case, health issues

Aerosmith will soon say goodbye to touring after 53 years. The band — which currently features Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford, Joey Kramer and Todd Hamilton, most of whom are in their 70s — announced this week that their “Peace Out” farewell tour will kick off in Philadelphia on Sept. 12 and end in Montreal in January 2024. Joey won’t join the group for the final dates, as he’s focusing on his “family and health.” Steven has stepped back from performing in recent months because of an unidentified health issue. He’s also facing a sex abuse lawsuit filed by Julia Misley, who’s accused Steven of sexual assault, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress during their relationship when she was 16 and he was 25. Steven has maintained their interactions were all consensual. He’s also claimed his guardianship of Julia at the time of their involvement gives him legal immunity.

‘Boy Meets World’ alum claims director propositioned him in exchange for Marvel role

Former child star Matthew Lawrence says he was dropped by his agency because he left a meeting with a prominent director who asked him to take his clothes off. During a recent conversation about #MeToo and Hollywood on the “Boy Meets World” alum’s “Brotherly Love” podcast, Matthew, 43, told his siblings Joey and Andrew Lawrence, “There’s been many times in my life where I’ve been propositioned to get a huge role,” according to Variety. “I lost my agency because I went to the hotel room” formeeting with a famous director who “showed up in his robe, asked me to take my clothes off, said he needed to take Polaroids of me and said if I did X, Y and Z, I would be the next Marvel character.” Matthew says he left the meeting and was promptly dropped. As of Tuesday (May 2), he has not named the director or the agency. “Not a lot of guys in my opinion have come out and talked about this in the industry,” he added. “Now granted, it’s probably about a third of what women go through. Men go through this as well … I think our society is less ready to hear that situation is going on with men than they are with women.”


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