updated 09/08/2008 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 09/08/2008 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio (inset), 27, gave birth to Anja Louise Ambrosio Mazur Aug. 24 in Brazil. The father is businessman Jamie Mazur, 30.
Saturday Night Live alum Chris Kattan, 37, filed for legal separation from model Sunshine Tutt, 31, on Aug. 21. The couple married on June 28 and, according to court papers, separated on Aug. 10 due to "irreconcilable differences." Kattan's rep says the couple have "no plans for a divorce at this time."
A cosmetics manufacturer filed suit in L.A. claiming actress Kate Hudson and celebrity hairdresser David Babaii, among others, took credit and failed to pay compensation for a hair-care line the company says it developed. The manufacturer, 220 Laboratories, charges misappropriation of trade secrets and fraud. Hudson's rep says the claims are baseless.
• A Georgia woman obtained a restraining order against NBA star Shaquille O'Neal, 36, claiming the Phoenix Suns center stalked and threatened her after they split in July. The Aug. 21 order prohibits O'Neal from having any contact with Alexis Miller. O'Neal filed for divorce from his wife, Shaunie, in 2007, but last month the couple said they had reconciled.
• Former Tonight Show sidekick Ed McMahon, 85, sold his Beverly Hills home for an undisclosed price—but apparently not to Donald Trump, who offered to buy the home and lease it back to McMahon. The mortgage on the mansion was about $644,000 in arrears.
Andre Young Jr., 20, son of rapper and producer Dr. Dre, was found dead in his Woodland Hills, Calif., home Aug. 23. The cause has not been determined. Young's mother discovered him unresponsive in his bed; paramedics then pronounced him dead at the scene. A rep for Dr. Dre said he "is mourning the loss of his son. Please respect his family's privacy at this time."
THE FONZ IN BRONZE
Henry Winkler, 62, who played Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli in the sitcom Happy Days, gave two thumbs up to a life-size statue of his character unveiled on the Milwaukee RiverWalk Aug. 19. With his arm around the $85,000 replica, Winkler praised Milwaukee—where the series was set, although it was shot in California—and urged everyone to "enjoy the warmth of the people and the Fonz!" On hand: many of the Happy Days stars and Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams of Laverne & Shirley—also set in Milwaukee.