"Fuller House" star Eva LaRue has divvied up a slew of assets with her ex, but perhaps most interesting of all -- they split their coin collection almost perfectly down the middle.
According to divorce docs, LaRue -- who plays Bob Saget's wife on the the new show -- and ex husband Joseph Cappuccio each walked away with 160 of the same coins ... except for the 16 French Angels gold coins she scored.
They did have a few other items ... Cappuccio got to keep 8 cars, 2 motorcycles and the gear for his seafood biz. At the end of the day, he had to pay LaRue $2.455 million to make it all even.
Roger Nichols, the songwriter behind some huge '70s hits, is trying to make sure one of those songs doesn't end up getting tied to Donald Trump's face during his presidential campaign.
Nichols co-wrote The Carpenters' #1 hit "We've Only Just Begun" ... and also penned "Times of Your Life" -- which Paul Ankatook to the top of the charts in 1976.
In a lawsuit, Nichols says Club For Growth Action -- a political action group -- never got his permission to use "Times of Your Life" for an attack ad against former Wisconsin senator Russ Feingold. Nichols is pissed the ad gets heavy play on YouTube and Wisconsin TV stations, but he's also worried his musical baby will soon be connected to Trump.
Club for Growth Action has been attacking Trump lately, and Nichols is preemptively voicing concerns his song might be slapped over images of the Donald. Nichols thinks the song will be less valuable for future licensing ... if it's remembered for being 'that anti-Trump' song.
Nichlos is suing for damages and wants his song immediately pulled from the Feingold ad.
Chanel Nicole was born early Saturday morning in New Jersey. According to Ice and Coco's posts, she weighed 5.7 lbs and was 18 inches long. Coco was 37 weeks into her pregnancy. We're told Chanel was a natural birth and took Coco just three pushes.
Lamar Odom is in desperate shape medically, but legally we're told he may get cut a break.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, the Nye County D.A. in Nevada is backing off the statements made by the Sheriff, who said there was a strong chance Lamar would be prosecuted for cocaine possession.
TMZ broke the story, Lamar's blood revealed he was high on coke when he fell into unconsciousness at the Love Ranch brothel.
Our sources tell us the D.A. now says they will consider Lamar's medical condition and mental state in deciding whether to charge him. We broke the story, Lamar is barely able to speak and cannot walk. His cognitive functions are also severely impaired.
Fact is ... the D.A. really isn't cutting Lamar a special break, because we did some checking and couldn't find a single case in Nye County where someone was prosecuted for cocaine possession when they landed in the hospital with severe damage.
And there's another factor ... we're told Lamar is so bad off, he might not even be legally competent to stand trial.
Showtime's "Twin Peaks" revival will tackle one HUGE unanswered question -- whether Kyle MacLachlan's character, Dale Cooper, is still possessed and doing evil.
Ok, here's your spoiler alert ... because our sources on the set have found some big hints.
When the series ended nearly 25 years ago, Agent Cooper was possessed by Laura Palmer’s killer, the evil spirit BOB. We're told Kyle was on set recently shooting scenes for a plot line where Agent Cooper is arrested and jailed for crimes.
For all you Twin Peaks sleuths ... here are the on set clues:
- Cops find evidence in Cooper's car ... a dog leg, a kilo of cocaine and a machine gun
- Cops interrogate Cooper in a prison cell
It’s still unclear if possessed Cooper or the real deal is behind the crime or crimes. And whether his crimes include murdering Laura Palmer … we’ll have to wait and see.
Also, can we pleeeeease finally find out how the hell Annie's been???