Jill Connors is a woman completely on her own after attacking her husband earlier this month -- and in a weird twist, she hopes to get things back on track by filing for divorce.
TMZ broke the story ... the "Married to Medicine" star went berserk on hubby Dr. John Connors after he accused her of cheating. John won a restraining order shortly after her arrest and he got everything -- the house, her car and custody of their 3 kids ... at least temporarily.
But Jill is fighting back ... we got a copy of the divorce papers she filed last week, asking for primary custody of the kids as well as spousal support. And she wants their Atlanta home.
She also says John withdrew $250k from their joint account -- leaving her penniless.
Tila Tequila just got the ax from the "Celebrity Big Brother" house after producers discovered she sympathized with Hitler back in 2013.
We're told the show just kicked off across the pond in the UK and after the subject of Hitler came up while she was in the house, producers raised the red flag. According to her manager, they made the decision to remove her from the show immediately.
Back in 2013, the reality star took to her blog and Facebook page to post a racy photo of herself in Nazi gear standing outside of Auschwitz.
Not only was she thrown out ... we're told Tila won't be receiving her gigantic $175,000 payout from the show.
Robin Williams' widow and his three kids are still warring over his possessions, including his super-expensive collection of bicycles.
The attorney for Susan Williams, Robin's widow, was in court Friday morning ... asking a San Francisco judge to settle the remaining property disputes with Robin's 3 children ... Zak,ZeldaandCody.
Robin was an avid cyclist and owned dozens of bikes when he died. It's been reported he spent more than a million bucks on the sport. Some of his cycles were extremely rare and worth tens of thousands of dollars.
The attorney for the children says Robin's will is clear about who should get what ... and doesn't think the court needs to intervene.
Both sides will meet next week in a last ditch effort to settle the matter without the judge.
Chris Brown is blasting his baby mama for being a hypocrite -- while she claims it's not safe for Royalty to be around Chris ... her BF, and Royalty's wannabe stepdad, is wanted for forgery.
Chris started ripping Nia Guzman after a Houston TV station reported cops are searching for King Ba. He's accused of forging more than $5,000 worth of U.S. Treasury checks, and police released bank surveillance footage of him.
Chris immediately responded to the news ... saying on Instagram, "Funny how I work a legit job and love my daughter to the fullest and I'm in her life. Well, if it ain't the pot calling the kettle black."
Nia tried to distance herself from King Ba ... telling Chris that she's single and has moved away from Houston.
TMZ broke the story ... Nia wants to limit Chris to supervised visits with Royalty because she thinks he's irresponsible. But now Chris feels like he's got high ground in this battle. As he told Nia, "#goddontlikeugly"
Caitlyn Jennercould escape criminal prosecution for her fatal PCH car crash, but we've learned on the civil front she's about to be sued ... for $18.5 million.
TMZ broke the story, the estate of Kim Howe -- the woman who died in the accident -- was just sued for $18.5 million by the 5 occupants in the Hummer she struck after Jenner's vehicle pushed her into oncoming traffic.
We've learned the lawyer for the 5 Hummer occupants plans on filing an identical lawsuit against Jenner, claiming her negligence caused the crash.
It's unclear why the Hummer occupants believe Howe was negligent. As for Jenner, the fact that she struck the Lexus from behind creates an open-and-shut case for negligence, but the amount of damages the Hummer occupants want is stunning.
Caitlyn has already been sued by the stepchildren of Howe, but their case seems tenuous based on their distant relationship with their stepmom.
The guy who co-founded Skype -- and sold it for $2.6 BILLION -- claims he got the picture when he found out his fiancee allegedly cheated on him, and now he's suing to get the ridiculously expensive ring back.
Janus Friis claims in a new lawsuit, he got engaged to Maria Louise Joenson -- a Danish recording artist who goes by Aura Dione -- back in 2013. As a symbol of his love, he gave her a $471,000 engagement ring, an apartment and cash, but claims there were strings attached to the gifts ... they had to seal the deal.
Friis claims he learned she had "multiple affairs and sexual encounters with other men" and broke off the engagement. So now he wants his stuff back.
If Maria's holding on to the ring, it's pretty obvious why ... Janus describes it as a 950 Platinum band inset with a number of diamonds, including a 1.76 ct round brilliant cut diamond -- D color, internally flawless, excellent symmetry and cut grade.
The ring also has a pair of blue pear shaped diamonds of South African origins with a collective weight of .91 ct.