GUCCI MANE: Hip-hop artist Gucci Mane was arrested in Atlanta Friday on an outstanding warrant from January alleging he pushed a woman out of a moving car, TMZ said.
Mane, whose real name is Radric Davis, was being held on $5,000 bond and was to go before a judge Saturday, the celebrity news Web site reported Friday.
The 31-year-old rapper was checking in with his probation officer when it was discovered there is an active warrant out for his arrest on the misdemeanor battery charge, the report said.
TMZ did not say who the alleged victim was or describe her injuries, if there were any.
Mane is on probation for a 2005 aggravated assault conviction.
DREA DE MATTEO: U.S. actress Drea de Matteo has given birth to a son, her fiance Shooter Jennings confirmed via Twitter.
The couple have been together for nine years and are the parents of a 3-year-old daughter named Alabama Gypsyrose.
"Waylon Albert 'Blackjack' Jennings has arrived," Jennings Tweeted Thursday. "Thanks for all the kind words folks! We're super lucky to have so many kind friends!"
De Matteo is best known for her work on TV's "The Sopranos," "Joey" and "Desperate Housewives."
Musician Jennings is the son of late country great Waylon Jennings.
KARINA SMIRNOFF: Dancer and TV personality Karina Smirnoff will appear nude in the May issue of Playboy, the U.S. magazine's publisher Hugh Hefner announced via Twitter.
Smirnoff is currently actor Ralph Macchio's professional dance partner on TV's "Dancing with the Stars" competition show.
"The May issue of Playboy is unforgettable with Dancing With The Stars' Karina Smirnoff on the cover & nude inside," EW.com said Hefner Tweeted.
NICOLE RICHIE: U.S. author and jewelry designer Nicole Richie is denying rumors claiming she is pregnant with her third child.
The starlet is the daughter of pop star Lionel Richie and the wife of musician Joel Madden.
She and Madden are the parents of a 3-year-old daughter and 1-year-old son.
"Contrary to recent speculation, I am not pregnant," Nicole Richie said in a statement issued to People.com.
"This irresponsible reporting continues to feed an atmosphere of self-doubt and insecurity. To publicly point out a change in anyone's body is mean-spirited and cruel. People's bodies change and change again. This is not newsworthy and is a waste of valuable media space that should be used for more important issues."