By Jennifer Wren
June 20, 2005 12:00 PM


Kelly Osbourne, daughter of Ozzy and Sharon, recently entered a treatment center “to deal with personal issues,” according to her rep. Kelly briefly stayed at Malibu’s Promises center for a painkiller addiction in 2004. A rep says Kelly will return to promoting her new CD, Sleeping in the Nothing, soon.


Penn Jillette, the speaking half of prankster magicians Penn & Teller, and his wife, Emily, 39, welcomed their first child, daughter Moxie CrimeFighter, in Las Vegas on June 3. Regarding his child’s unusual name, Jillette, 50, said, “When she’s pulled over for speeding, she can say, ‘But officer, we’re on the same side: My middle name is CrimeFighter.” …ABC’s This Week anchor George Stephanopoulos and actress-comedian Ali Wentworth had their second child, daughter Harper Andrea, on June 2 in Washington, D.C. Big sister Elliott is 2. Of the second time around, Stephanopoulos says, “It’s not as scary, which makes it a lot more fun.”


Citing irreconcilable differences, Rod Stewart, 60, filed for divorce on June 2 from model Rachel Hunter, 35. The pair, who separated in 1999, have two children together. The day before, the rocker and his fiancée, model Penny Lancaster, 34, announced they’re expecting a baby in December.


Model Tyson Beckford was treated for head trauma and cuts after crashing his truck into a utility pole in Secaucus, N.J. on June 6. According to police, Beckford, 34, lost control of his car and skidded into the pole. He was able to pull himself out of the vehicle before the truck burst into flames. Beck-ford’s rep could not be reached for comment.


Photographers Saul Lazo and Jose Gonzalez reached an undisclosed settlement with Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake. The men claimed the couple harassed and attacked them in November 2004 when the photographers attempted to shoot the stars leaving a Hollywood hotel, and they sued for assault and battery (PEOPLE, Nov. 29, 2004). Reps for Diaz and Timberlake could not be reached for comment.


Alex Ali and Lynn Warren, executive assistants from The Amazing Race 7, wed in Ottawa, Canada June 1. A local radio station broadcast the gay marriage live. Says Ali: “We didn’t win $1 million, but Lynn and I have won so much.”


Runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks pleaded no contest June 2 to a felony count of making false statements to police. The obstetric and gynecological clinic worker made headlines when she faked her own kidnapping to avoid her April wedding (PEOPLE, May 16, 2005). Wilbanks, 32, was sentenced to two years of probation and 120 hours of community service.