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Thomas Jane to Anne Heche’s Estate: Where’s My Money, Man?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 22, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 22, 2022 |


When Anne Heche died over the summer, she apparently owed her ex Thomas Jane some money, and he would like it back, please. Over a year ago, he floated Heche a $157,000 personal loan, which she was supposed to start repaying in August 2021. She made two payments, and well, stopped. He’s now suing her estate for the balance, but he’ll probably be waiting a while. The woman whose house Heche crashed into is also suing the estate for $2 million in damages. (People)

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez make their TikTok debut as JLo tells Vogue that Jennifer Garner is “an amazing co-parent.” (Lainey Gossip)

In theory, Gwyneth Paltrow trolled Martha Stewart. (Dlisted)

More nepo-baby struggles: Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos edition. (Celebitchy)

Simi Liu threw hands at Tarantino and Scorsese. (IndieWire)

So, basically, Trevor Noah quit The Daily Show because he’s tired of everything being so political. For example… the pandemic? Bro, what? (THR)

On a related note, Ice Cube confirmed that, yes, he really did lose a $9 million gig by refusing to get vaccinated. (Variety)

Two things can be true: Scott Feinberg’s article lumping Letitia Wright with domestic and sexual abusers was messed up. And so were her anti-vaxx videos and transphobic hot takes that got deleted when she nuked her social media accounts. (Insider)

Tampax learned a valuable lesson: Never tweet. (Daily Beast)

Jay Leno will be back on stage this Sunday. (Page Six)

Damn, Marty McFly knows how to party. (Uproxx)

Tenoch Huerta knows you’re looking at Namor’s bulge. (Rolling Stone)

Ellesfena found the graphic novel Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant? a funny and educational take on a heavy subject—aging parents. "Roz Chast’s writing and illustrations are funny, and I laughed out loud several times." How do you feel about lightening heavy topics with a dose of humor? (Cannonball Read 14)

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