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JOHN TRAVOLTA: Actor John Travolta's publicist is denying sexual battery claims made by an unidentified male masseur in a $2 million lawsuit filed in California.
People.com said the documents filed Friday in U.S. District Court allege the 58-year-old star of "Grease," "Saturday Night Fever" and "Pulp Fiction" exposed himself and groped the masseur against his will in Los Angeles in January 2011.
"This lawsuit is a complete fiction and fabrication," Travolta's representative told People.com Monday in a statement. "None of the events claimed in the suit ever occurred. The plaintiff, who refuses to give their name, knows that the suit is a baseless lie. It is for that reason that the plaintiff hasn't been identified with a name even though it is required to do so. On the date when [the] plaintiff claims John met him, John was not in California and it can be proved that he was on the East Coast."
The publicist said Travolta plans to sue the plaintiff and his lawyer for malicious prosecution.
Travolta is married to actress Kelly Preston. They have two children.
MATTHEW FOX: Former television star Matthew Fox has been arrested for allegedly driving under the influence in Oregon where he lives, TMZ reported Monday.
The "Party of Five" and "Lost" actor was arrested at 3:23 a.m. PDT Friday on suspicion of DUI, and then taken into police custody and released later in the day.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ Fox, 45, and an unidentified passenger were on their way to a fast-food restaurant when the actor was pulled over by police.
No other details regarding the arrest were immediately available.
Fox was accused last year of drunkenly assaulting the female driver of a charter bus who wouldn't let him on the vehicle. While no criminal charges were brought, a civil lawsuit against him is pending.
STEPHEN COLLINS: U.S. actor Stephen Collins announced Monday he and his actress wife Faye Grant are divorcing after 27 years of marriage.
The former "7th Heaven" star and Grant married in 1985 and have one daughter.
Collins said in a statement issued to E! News he and his longtime spouse "are moving forward separately in our lives."
"She has been my dearest friend and a loving mother," said Collins. "I know that we'll go through this process in a way that honors our family."
Grant, who starred on "V" and "State of Grace," told E! News her husband's divorce filing is a "surprise."
"I am devastated," she said. "I wish him the very best in whatever path he chooses to take.
"Twenty-seven years of marriage in Hollywood is the equivalent of 189 dog years. I was exhausted."
PRINCE HARRY: Britain's Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy are considering a reconciliation, sources close to the on-again, off-again couple told UsMagazine.com Monday.
The prince, 27, and Davy, 26, ended their stormy five-year romance in 2009; however, the young lawyer was friendly towards Harry when she attended the wedding of his brother to Kate Middleton last year.
"They're not dating again, but they are seeing each other," an insider told the celebrity news Web site about Harry and his former flame. "There's definitely a romantic connection still.
They will never be 'just friends' -- both of them admit that's impossible."
The source said the root of the tension between the two is Harry's service in the military, which frequently takes him away from home. He is a helicopter pilot in the Blues and Royals of the Household Cavalry Regiment.
"If Harry can stay in London for a while then he has a good chance of being back on with Chelsy, but she doesn't like it when he has to go away for months on end," the source told UsMagazine.com. "It's easier to be apart than together and pining for someone you can't see."
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