Ben Affleck‘s love life is once again heating up. Three months after Affleck and Jennifer Garner officially filed for divorce, the actor has started dating Saturday Night Live producer Lindsay Shookus. “They are spending time together in L.A. Lindsay is staying at Ben’s new house,” a source tells PEOPLE of the duo, who stepped out together in Los Angeles Thursday night. “They had dinner at Giorgio Baldi last night. They arrived in a limo.
Johnny Depp allegedly lied to authorities when he claimed to have accidentally smuggled his dogs into Australia, his former business managers, The Management Group (TMG), claim. In legal documents filed by TMG and obtained by PEOPLE, the former managers allege that the actor was “fully aware that he was illegally bringing his dogs to Australia” when he was in the country filming the latest Pirates of the Caribbean film in May 2015.
Johnny Depp‘s former business managers are alleging the actor physically abused his ex-wife Amber Heard — and knowingly tried to cover it up on at least one occasion. “[Joel Mandel, one of the managers,] was informed well after the fact through communications with various house staff and security that Depp had been extremely volatile and had sometimes ‘gotten physical’ with Heard,” the actor’s former managers at The Management Group (TMG) claim in legal docs filed in May and obtained by PEOPLE.
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Selecting a term
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