Keshia Knight Pulliam claims her estranged husband, Ed Hartwell, won't take a paternity test and she wants him locked up for it.
Pulliam just filed new docs saying she's already submitted her court ordered DNA sample ... but Ed missed the deadline. She wants a judge to find him in contempt, and lock him up until he hands over his sample.
That's not all ... Keshia wants Ed to register all his guns solely under his own name. They previously had weapons registered together, but Keshia wants to cut ties due to what she calls Ed's uncontrollable temper.
Keshia's also asking the judge to order Ed to pay half her moving fees and household bills from the home they shared. And if you wanna know how petty this split is -- she's demanding he buck up for her pooch's "flea treatment."
James Packerwent crazy on a guy he suspected was making moves on Mariah Carey ... sources connected with Mariah tell TMZ.
Our Mariah sources say Packer grew jealous of her relationship with Bryan Tanaka -- her dancer and choreographer -- and the tension boiled over in June at Mariah's show.
We're told Bryan wasn't dancing that night due to an injury, so Packer thought it was weird he botherd to show up. Packer pulled Bryan into a room for a little mano a mano. Our sources say there was a ton of yelling, but it's unclear if it got physical.
We're told Packer was so crazed he used his casino ties -- he owns several in Australia and Asia -- to get Tanaka banned from Caesar's Palace, where MC performs. This photo of Bryan was circulated to security.
We're told Mariah didn't make a fuss because Bryan, who was nursing a knee injury, wasn't dancing. Mariah sources say she feared Packer. As we've reported, she thinks he's "mentally unstable."
Our Mariah sources think James got suspicious after she gave Bryan a lap dance -- a staple in her show -- during a May performance in South Africa.
More good news for Ezekiel Elliott -- all of the criminal charges from his December car crash case in Ohio have been dismissed ... TMZ Sports has learned.
As we previously reported, Elliott got into a 2-car wreck on Dec. 27th -- before Ohio State played in the Fiesta Bowl. Elliott claimed he hydroplaned after hitting a puddle. A person in the other car suffered minor injuries.
When cops arrived to the scene, the running back was cited for driving under a suspended license, no operator's license and failure to control his vehicle. He faced possible jail time.
Now, we've learned ... the court has meted out punishment for the Dallas Cowboys star -- and instead of doing time, Elliott was ordered to pay $184 in fines and in exchange all charges would be dismissed.
Dude's rich -- so he paid. And now he can turn the page and get back to focusing on playing the Eagles this weekend.
The guy who played Darth Maul in "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace" is under investigation for allegedly assaulting a woman ... TMZ has learned.
Raymond Park was a panelist at Super Megafest Comic-con in Massachusetts last weekend, and law enforcement sources tell us they got a 911 call early Sunday reporting an assault at his hotel. Park's rep says cops woke the actor in his room, and spoke to him about claims he struck a woman.
Park was questioned, but never detained or arrested. His rep says Park was partying with fans Saturday night at his hotel bar, but insists he never assaulted anyone. Witnesses tell us he seemed kinda wasted while throwing darts, but no one saw anything violent.
For what it's worth, Park was back at the convention Sunday. Cops say their investigation is still ongoing.
Olympic judo superstar Kayla Harrison says Ronda Rousey has given her "a lot of help" when it comes to making the transition into MMA -- but the real question ... would she ever take a fight against her old friend?
TMZ Sports spoke with 26-year-old Harrison -- a 2-time Olympic gold medalist in judo -- who says she trained with Rousey every day for 7 years as they fought their way to the top of the sport.
Now, with Harrison signing a contract with the World Series of Fighting -- she says she'll reflect on the advice she got from her old friend as she begins her training.
So, who's Kayla's dream MMA fight? We asked ... wait'll you hear her answer!
The New York woman who's got Hillary Clinton's head on a stake in her front yard says people are threatening to burn her house down.
Eileen Fuscaldo of Bellmore, NY tells us she's getting hammered by passersby who are threatening to turn her house into a pile of ashes ... because they're offended by her Hillary-themed haunted house.
You gotta see the place -- it's strewn with Halloween decor and Hillary's face plastered all over.
Watch -- Eileen's pad has already fallen victim to a paintball drive-by. She vows not to back down.
The makers of some 'Elf on the Shelf' merch awoke to find a lawsuit ... courtesy of the woman who literally wrote the book on the holiday craze.
Carol Aebersold, co-author of "The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition" ... made a fortune selling gear based on the book. But in a lawsuit she says Maureen and Manus McGee have been hawking knockoffs, and even participated in the illegal download of 'Elf' movies.
In the docs, Carol says the McGees even bitch about eBay yanking their listings -- because they're unauthorized -- insisting they have a right to sell their version.
Carol's elf co. is suing for every dime the couple's made in the elf game -- and yes, they want all the "counterfeit" dolls hauled off shelves.