The mother of country singer Mindy McCready wants her grandson back. Gayle Inge and her husband, Michael, said yesterday in a statement that their 5-year-old grandson, Zander, should be returned to them in Florida. Under Florida law, Inge is Zander’s legal guardian. In November, McCready took the boy out of Florida without the permission of Florida’s courts. The singer and her son were found in Arkansas. McCready told the Associated Press that she took the boy because she feared he was being abused at her mother’s home.
Hoping to halt frenzy
Attorneys for Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife want to stop what they expect to be a media frenzy when she appears in court on drug and assault charges. Attorneys asked a judge to deny a live Internet feed from the courtroom requested by TMZ Productions when Brooke Mueller appears on Jan. 23. Mueller, 34, faces a felony charge of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and a misdemeanor assault charge.
Finnish police said they detained Adam Lambert yesterday after he assaulted people who tried to break up a fight between the former “American Idol’’ star and his boyfriend, Sauli Koskinen, in downtown Helsinki.
"No wild days as a punk are ever as interesting or as chaotic as my life with my children is now. They can out-punk anybody you know." — Angelina Jolie.