Suge Knight knocked out in nightclub fight
LOS ANGELES, May 12 (UPI) -- Rap impresario Suge Knight refused to file a police report or cooperate with police after being knocked out outside a Los Angeles night club, TMZ.com reports.
The entertainment news Web site said Knight got into an argument with another man, and then he and his companions allegedly knocked the other individual to the ground.
The man allegedly landed a blow on Knight's face that left him unconscious for about three minutes.
"I want my money," Knight was overheard saying to the man.
The altercation took place Saturday night outside Shag nightclub.
His companions put Knight into an sports utility vehicle. A woman at the wheel tried to drive away but was removed from the vehicle after she hit a parked car and then reversed into another one. Another driver then took over.
Police attempted to interview Knight at the hospital.
Knight, a co-founder of Death Row Records, was one of the most influential promoters in rap in the mid-1990s. In 1997, he was jailed on a parole violation.
'Mermaid' actor still in hospital
NEW YORK, May 12 (UPI) -- A representative for the Broadway musical "The Little Mermaid" said an actor injured in an on-stage fall this weekend remains in the hospital.
Show spokesman Matt Polk told the New York Post that actor Adrian Bailey, a 51-year-old ensemble performer, was hospitalized following the accident, which happened shortly before the Saturday afternoon performance was to begin.
"The cast is very sad and concerned for Adrian," Polk told the Post.
The newspaper said Bailey sustained two broken wrists when he fell 20 feet through a trap door in a boat suspended over the stage. He underwent surgery Sunday to repair the damage.
A cast member who visited Bailey at Bellevue Hospital told the Post the injured actor is "doing OK."
"He's been sedated," the cast member said, adding that Bailey had also hurt his back in the fall.
Parvati Shallow wins 'Survivor'
LOS ANGELES, May 12 (UPI) -- Parvati Shallow has been awarded the $1 million grand prize and title of sole survivor on "Survivor: Micronesia -- Fans vs. Favorites."
The final tribal council, which capped the "Fans vs. Favorites" edition of the reality adventure series, aired on CBS Sunday night.
Shallow is a 25-year-old Florida native who lives in Los Angeles. A former boxer, she helped create a non-profit organization called "Knockouts for Girls," a charity that provides scholarships and boxing lessons for underprivileged girls, Shallow's biography on CBS.com said.
Shallow finished in sixth place on "Survivor: Cook Islands."
"Survivor: Micronesia" pitted former contestants from past seasons of the show against fans of the long-running reality series.
CW confirms Garth's '90210' return
LOS ANGELES, May 12 (UPI) -- The CW network has confirmed that U.S. television actress Jennie Garth will have a recurring role on the new version of "Beverly Hills, 90210."
Garth will again play wealthy Kelly Taylor, the character she portrayed on the original 1990s teen soap opera, Usmagazine.com said, reporting a CW statement.
The actress, who recently competed on television's "Dancing with the Stars," will play a guidance counselor at West Beverly High in the new edition of "90210," the network said.