LEGAL MATTERS

More trouble again for Lindsay Lohan. Hours after she was arrested and then released for allegedly punching a clubgoer at a New York City nightclub on Nov. 29, new charges were filed against her in California in connection with her June 8 car crash in Santa Monica. The Liz & Dick star, 26, was charged with resisting a police officer, providing false information and reckless driving. To add to her continuing woes, the IRS has allegedly seized her bank accounts to recoup more than $200,000 in unpaid taxes.

DIVORCING

Vegas star Dennis Quaid, 58, filed for divorce on Nov. 30 in L.A. six weeks after his wife of eight years, Kimberly Buffington-Quaid, 41, asked for a legal separation. Quaid is seeking joint custody of the couple's 5-year-old twins Zoe and Thomas. Quaid had been married previously to actresses Meg Ryan and P.J. Soles.

EXPECTING

Movie studio chairman Harvey Weinstein, 60, and his wife, Marchesa designer and cofounder Georgina Chapman, 36, are producing a sequel. "We are both over the moon," Chapman-due in the spring-told the New York Post. The new baby will join the couple's 2-year-old daughter India Pearl. Weinstein also has three daughters from a previous marriage.

BIRTHS

It's baby No. 3 for former Wonder Years star Fred Savage (inset), 36, and wife Jennifer, 39. The actor-director posted a photo of his newborn son's hand on Twitter Nov. 26 and wrote, "He's here." The couple already have two children, Oliver, 6, and Lily, 4. • Sherlock Holmes director Guy Ritchie, 44, and his fiancee Jacqui Ainsley, 31, welcomed their second child together, a girl, in London. "Mother and baby are doing well," Ritchie's rep said in a statement on Nov. 29. She joins big brother Rafael, 15 months, and brothers David, 7, and Rocco, 12, Ritchie's sons with ex-wife Madonna.

DEATHS

David Oliver Relin, 49, journalist and co-author of the controversial book Three Cups of Tea, committed suicide on Nov. 14 in Corbett, Ore., the Multnomah County medical examiner revealed on Dec. 2. A family spokesperson said he suffered from depression. Relin, who cowrote the 2006 bestseller with Greg Mortenson, recounts how Mortenson built schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan through his charity. But the book came under fire in 2011 when 60 Minutes and author Jon Krakauer alleged that the story contained fabricated material about the people Mortenson met and the number of schools he built. A lawsuit filed by readers claimed he and Mortenson had defrauded them, but the suit was dismissed earlier this year.

THE FIRST SAME-SEX WEDDINGS AT WEST POINT

A year after President Obama ended the military's ban on openly gay people's serving, the Military Academy at West Point made history by hosting its first same-sex marriages. Army veteran Brenda Sue Fulton (left), 53, and Penelope Gnesin, 52, said "I do" on Dec. 1 at the school's Cadet Chapel. "It was such a sacred, joyous day," said Fulton. A week earlier Army 1st Lt. Ellen Schick and Shannon Simpson had wed at the original Old Cadet Chapel.