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Jim Carrey's lawyer responds to 'bogus, desperate' accusations that actor gave late girlfriend STDs

The husband of Jim Carrey’s late on-off girlfriend, Cathriona White, is accusing the actor of giving her sexually transmitted diseases that were “a significant cause” behind her suicide a year ago at age 30.

Carrey’s attorney, Martin D.

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Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo welcome their baby girl, Dusty Rose

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are parents to a baby girl, Dusty Rose Levine, his rep confirmed Thursday. 

The coach of “The Voice” and the Victoria’s Secret Angel made their baby-on-board news public in March, and knew in advance that the little one was a “she.”

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Marion Cotillard denies rumors of involvement with Brad Pitt as 'crafted'
Joss Whedon returns to Twitter to take on Donald Trump with a new super PAC

Writer and director of “The Avengers” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” Joss Whedon has returned to Twitter after leaving the social media site for 16 months, and he’s come back with a cause.

“Save the Day.”

It’s the name of a new super PAC spearheaded by the creator of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and fronted by a bunch of Whedon’s famous friends.

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Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda sing a song of Trump's tweets

Lin-Manuel Miranda has been keeping a relatively low profile since he left the Broadway cast of his hit musical “Hamilton,” but the composer and actor has returned to the spotlight ready to tackle a new political topic: Donald Trump.

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Alexis Arquette lived with HIV for 29 years, her death certificate reveals

Though her official cause of death was cardiac arrest, Alexis Arquette had been suffering from bacterial endocarditis, an infection of the heart, for three weeks before her death. 

According to her death certificate, obtained by the Los Angeles Times, Arquette had been diagnosed with HIV 29 years before her death on Sept. 11 at age 47.

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