July 29, 2008
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Authorities have determined that Shia LaBeouf
was not at fault for an early-morning accident in Los Angeles.
Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore says detectives have
determined that the other driver apparently ran a red light, and
will be also be cited.
"He was not at fault," Whitmore said of the "Transformers"
LONDON (AP) -- Amy Winehouse has been released from a London
Spokesman Chris Goodman says the singer was discharged after
spending the night under observation because of a reaction to
He says the jazz-pop diva is feeling fine.
Winehouse was taken to the emergency room of London's University
College hospital by an ambulance called to her north London home
It was the second time in as many months that the Grammy winner
NEW YORK (AP) -- Kelsey Grammer, who had a heart attack last
month, was hospitalized in New York after feeling faint.
The actor's publicist, Stan Rosenfield, says Grammer checked
himself into an undisclosed hospital over the weekend as a
The publicist says it's possible Grammer's medication led to his
symptoms. At the time, the actor was in town to promote his new
film, "Swing Vote."
The "Live with Regis and Kelly" show said Grammer, 53,
canceled his Tuesday morning appearance.
Nearly two months ago, the former "Cheers" and "Frasier"
star suffered a mild heart attack in Hawaii, where he lives, while
paddle-boating with wife Camilla.
(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press)
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