ANTHONY BOURDAIN LEAVES ESTATE TO DAUGHTER: Anthony Bourdain left the bulk of his $1.2 million estate to his 11-year-old daughter, Ariane, court papers show. His assets reportedly included $425,000 in cash and savings, $250,000 in personal property and $500,000 in royalties, residuals and other intangibles. Bourdain, 61, died of an apparent suicide on June 8th. He was filming an episode of CNN’s Parts Unkown.
ASHLEY GREENE AND PAUL KHOURY GET HITCHED: Twilight star Ashley Greene married Paul Khoury Friday in San Jose, California. Among the family and friends attending were: Liam Hemsworth, Zac Efron, Rob Pattinson, Brittany Snow, Lauren and Aaron Paul, and Evan and Ashlee Simpson-Ross. Greene, 31, wore a custom Katie May, then later changed into a reception gown by Windi Williams-Stern.
KHLOE KARDASHIAN BLASTS TROLL WHO SAYS TRUE ISN’T CUTE: Mama bear is angry! Khloe Kardashian lashed out at a "disgusting" fan who said True wasn’t cute "at all." In a now-deleted post, the user wrote: "Is it just me or is @khloekardashian baby, True, not cute at all?" Kardashian saw her post, and responded: "What self-respecting adult would even comment on a child’s appearance? What type of disgusting human being are you? It’s pathetic that you are this miserable in your life. I just don’t get why people have that much energy to actually project all of this negativity. That takes a lot more energy than just being kind."
3 YOUTUBE CELEBS DIE IN TRAGIC FALL: Popular social media stars Ryker Gamble, Alexey Lyakh and Megan Scraper died in a tragic accident at Shannon Falls in British Columbia. Local police released a statement explaining that they were with a group of friends swimming in a pool at the top of the falls when the slipped and fell "into a pool 30 meters below." Shannon Falls is the third-highest fall in British Columbia, reaching a height of 1,009 feet. The fall reportedly occurred after Scraper slipped and fell, and Gamble and Lyakh got swept away as they tried to save her.
CHICAGO LAUNCHES PROBE INTO CAST SUICIDE: Broadway musical Chicago is investigating the suicide of a cast member whose friends claim he was essentially bullied to death by the show’s directors, Page Six reports. Jeff Loeffelholz, a member of Chicago’s cast for 22 years, committed suicide after a June 22ndrehearsal in which the production’s director Walter Bobbie and musical director Leslie Stifelman wanted Loeffelholz forced to sing the same song over and over again while telling him, "You always do it wrong." The pals claim they were attempting to force him to quit because a clause in his contract prevented them from firing him. Friends launched a campaign dubbed Justice for Jeffrey. Producers of the show have hired attorney Judd Burstein to look into the case. He told Page Six: "The producers of Chicago are devastated by Jeff Loeffelholz’s death. The producers are taking this matter very seriously, and are fully committed to finding out exactly what transpired. To that end, I have been retained to conduct an exhaustive investigation on an expedited basis."