Kim Kardashian West is saying farewell to her longtime assistant, Stephanie Shepherd, a source tells ET. “Stephanie was promoted from assistant to COO this year, but they both quickly realized that the new role and responsibilities were not the right fit for Stephanie to take on,” the source says. “Kim and Stephanie made the decision to part ways amicably and remain friends.”Shepherd has spent some time with Kardashian since they professionally parted ways.
A spokesperson for the Burr Ridge Police Department just outside of Chicago tells ET that "we are investigating a domestic battery incident and it's an open investigation." No other other details are available while the investigation remains open. In a copy of Hudson's protective order obtained by ET, the singer details an alleged incident with Otunga on Wednesday at around 6 p.m., as she was in the recording studio with her band members, entourage and David Jr.
Scott Stapp has lots to be thankful for this Thanksgiving!ET confirms that on Thursday at 4:30 p.m., the Creed frontman and his wife, Jaclyn, welcomed a baby boy, Anthony Issa. Jaclyn gave birth to the couple's son at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee, and the newborn weighed 8 lbs., 8 oz. and measured 21 inches. "We are so overwhelmed with gratitude and happiness,” the couple tells ET. “This has been a truly divine moment for our entire family. We feel so blessed!"
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