Is Dianna Agron Hiding From "Psycho" Ex Alex Pettyfer?

  • Two weeks ago Glee‘s Dianna Agron moved out of the home she shared with Alex Pettyfer, and now a “pal” says Dianna’s “staying at a hotel under an alias” because she’s “terrified” of Alex. Supposedly he’s been a “psycho loose cannon” since their split, and an eyewitness says he got into a fight with Sebastian Stan at a club last week and accused him of hooking up with Dianna. [Us]
  • Radar’s ridiculous explanation for their split: Dianna dumped Alex after photos surfaced from a racy shoot he did before they were dating. “Everybody was free and single at the time, so, I can’t imagine what the problem was,” says photographer Tyler Shields. “He didn’t even hook-up with the models we used – everybody just had a laugh during the shoot, that was it.” [Radar]

  • Alyssa Milano announced on Twitter today that she’s pregnant. This is the first child for Alyssa and husband Dave Bugliari. [Us]

  • A source claims Billy Ray Cyrus canceled a planned appearance on The View because Miley Cyrus found out and “went nuts. “Only last week, Billy shot his mouth off in GQ, and now he planned to sit down with [Barbara and Whoopi] and talk more crap about his family. No way would Miley or her team let that happen,” says the source. [Popeater]

  • Timothy Dalton, the father of Oksana Grigorieva‘s teenage son, will testify against Mel Gibson, according to a leaked email from Oksana to her lawyer in which she writes, “Tim saw a bruise on my left eye as well as Mady.” [Radar]

  • Yesterday Charlie Sheen and a producer friend mentored three kids, ages 12-16, who want to be film makers some day. [Radar]
  • Charlie is upset because Corbin Bernsen hasn’t been asked to appear in a highly necessary fourth Major League sequel. [TMZ]
  • In the 911 tape of Frankie Muniz‘s recent fight with girlfriend Elycia Turnbow, he says, “My girlfriend is drunk and she’s going crazy and she’s trashing my house. She’s going crazy. She’s hitting me in the face. I don’t know what to do cause I’m…about to lose control.” Later he asks police not to come to his house, saying, “I don’t want to make a big deal because I’m a celebrity.” [E!]
  • Jersey Shore‘s Angelina Pivarnick insists her red carpet marriage proposal was real, not part of a cheap and unsuccessful plot to get a reality show. “We are still together, still engaged and getting married, of course,” she says. “This is one girl staring rumors, trying to trash my happiness who’s in love with my fiancé.” [E!]
  • Suri Cruise reads Vanity Fair for her monthly dose of highbrow celebrity gossip. [Radar]
  • Drew Barrymore is dating some non-famous dude who a source calls “a socialite type and playboy.” [Us]
  • Here’s a preview of Britney Spears‘ new song “I Wanna Go.” [People]
  • In news you probably don’t care about at all, LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian are planning to get married in Montana. [Star]
  • LeAnn‘s Nashville mansion has been on the market for two years, but it still hasn’t sold, even though she reduced the asking price from $7.45 million to $6.25 million. [E!]
  • During an appearance on George Lopez‘s talk show, Kate Gosselin said, “I’ve been on a few little dates here and there but I have eight kids already … I don’t need nine.” [Star]
  • In the latest issue of More Bridget Moynahan refused to discuss Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, but was happy to talk smack about Snooki and Kim Kardashian. “They’re putting forward material that you’re never going to live down,” Moynahan said. “Really poor behavior is going on, but now it’s considered OK. There’s a lack of self-respect that I don’t understand, and I find it kind of sad … Kim has made an incredible career out of whatever she did, and the same with Snooki. They are icons of this generation. That kind of fame-do you get satisfaction out of it long-term? Is it worth it? I don’t know.” [E!]
  • In Interview, Justin Timberlake says, “What’s been more of a battle for me throughout the process of moving into acting is that I feel like I have to keep reassuring people that I’m not an asshole. There is a stigma that comes from being on stage and being a musician.” [Us]
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