PASSAGES: Al Pacino Battles for Custody
FILED: "The Recruit" star Al Pacino, 62, is suing his longtime girlfriend, actress Beverly D'Angelo, 48, in a dispute over their 2-year-old twins. The two are scheduled to be in New York City Family Court on Feb. 24, according to the New York Post, which goes on to report that details in the case are sealed, but that Pacino is seeking full custody or visitation.
SUED: Rap mogul Suge Knight, 37, has been targeted by City National Bank in Los Angeles, which filed court papers accusing him of failing to make payments on a yacht, reports the Associated Press. The bank claims Knight owes more than $592,000 plus late fees on a loan for the vessel. Knight has been jailed without bail since his Dec. 23 arrest for allegedly violating his parole by associating with gang members.
CROWNED: "Prizzi's Honor" Oscar winner Anjelica Huston, 51, was celebrated as Harvard's Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year Thursday, but only after much pretend confusion over whether she was really Whitney Houston, reports AP. "I didn't expect to be on stage, otherwise I would have been more prepared," Huston told the audience. "I hope you all understand and know how incredibly proud I am to have this little melting pot."
CELEBRATED: America's 40th president, Ronald Reagan, turned 92 Thursday, surrounded by his family, say reports. Spokeswoman Joanne Drake called it a "quiet celebration at home" in Bel-Air, Calif. Reagan has been suffering from Alzheimer's disease for nearly 10 years. "My guess is that there will be chocolate on the menu," said Drake, referring to the former chief executive's favorite dessert.
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