Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada launches new career

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Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Now that she is a single woman, Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada is apparently making plans for a lucrative new career. The 36-year-old, known for her toned figure, is said to be setting her sights on the fitness industry. The former wife of NFL star Chad 'Ochocinco' Johnson has reportedly inked a major endorsement deal as part of her plan. According to TMZ: 'She has signed on to endorse an organic and caffeine free energy shot called youthH20.' The website reports she is also close to closing a deal to create her own brand of workout videos. Lozada tied the knot with Johnson on July 4, 2012. But two months later, he was arrested on a charge of domestic battery after allegedly headbutting his wife following an argument. On August 14, 2012, Lozada filed for divorce claiming her marriage was 'irretrievably broken.'The divorce was finalized on September 19th. Meantime, 34-year-old Johnson was placed on 12-months probation and ordered to attend domestic violence awareness classes after pleading 'no contest' to a misdemenour domestic battery charge, on 21 September.

— Daily Mail

'I don't get naked in public... I'm a multi-millionaire'

Amanda Bynes has denied prancing around a tanning salon naked. It had been alleged by InTouch magazine that the former child star walked into the main reception of the Beach Bum Tanning salon in New York City completely naked. But the 26-year-old claims the reports are untrue, and she intends to sue the tabloid for printing the allegations. Bynes told Us Weekly: 'I'm suing In Touch for printing a fake story. I'm not "troubled." I don't get naked in public." The confident star added: "I'm 26, a multi-millionaire, retired. Please respect my privacy." It had been claimed that shocking fellow customers in the process, the Easy A actress was in her Mystic spray-tanning booth before she emerged in front of patrons nude while looking for a pair of goggles. "She walked out of the room completely naked," an insider told the magazine. "She didn't seem to care that everyone saw her naked." The source added that the actress appeared completely out of it, and displayed a worrying demeanour. "She seemed totally out of it," they said. 'She took her time walking back to the Mystic room, dragging her fingers along the wall and smiling at customers who passed her. "There was definitely something wrong with her."

— Daily Mail

Avatar star 'arrested for fighting at nightclub'

Avatar star Sam Worthington was arrested after allegedly fighting with staff at an Atlanta nightclub on Saturday night. The 36-year-old was subdued with pepper spray and handcuffed by staff after he reportedly lost his temper when he was refused entry at the club. But the charges against the star were promptly dismissed on Monday morning when the complaining witness failed to appear in court. According to website TMZ Worthington was judged too intoxicated to enter the club by door men, who also told him he did not have the correct ID. Worthington is said to have reacted by twice pushing one of the door men. Police arrested him for disorderly conduct, fighting. The English-born Australian actor is currently filming action movie Ten, in which he plays part of a team who find themselves being taken out one by one after they rob a drug cartel safe house. He is starring in the film alongside the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joe Manganiello, Malin Akerman, Josh Holloway, Terrence Howard and Mireille Enos. Worthington was last seen in Greek action myth movie Wrath Of The Titans earlier this year. He is also filming Thunder Run and is slated to appear in Avatar 2.

— Daily Mail





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