By Paul Chi
November 18, 2013 12:00 PM


Into the Wild’s Emile Hirsch is now a first-time dad, a source confirmed to PEOPLE. The Bonnie & Clyde star, 28, has yet to publicly comment on the birth, but E! Online reports he welcomed a 6 lb. 2 oz. boy named Valor on Oct. 27 in Florida. His son’s mother, whom he reportedly met at an Oscar party, remains a friend, and the parents, who are not dating, plan to raise their son together. • It’s a boy for Made of Honor actress Michelle Monaghan, 37, and her husband, graphic designer Peter White. The star gave birth to her second child, Tommy Francis, on Oct. 30. He joins big sister Willow Katherine, 5.


Following an Oct. 27 arrest for his alleged involvement in a physical altercation in Washington, D.C., Grammy-winning singer Chris Brown, 24, “elected to enter a rehab facility,” his rep said in a statement. “His goal is to gain focus and insight into his past and recent behavior, enabling him to continue the pursuit of his life and his career from a healthier vantage point.”


Laguna Beach alum Kristin Cavallari, 26, and her Chicago Bears quarterback husband, Jay Cutler, 30, are expecting. They are already parents to son Camden, 15 months. • Country singer Zac Brown, 35, and wife Shelly, 29, are having baby No. 5. The tot will join big sisters Justice, 6, Lucy, 5, Georgia, 4, and Joni, 2.


B.B. Andersen, who was a contestant on the first season of Survivor in 2000, died on Oct. 29 after a battle with brain cancer. He was 77. “He was a powerful presence, and that zest for epic adventure was at the heart of everything he did,” Survivor host Jeff Probst told People.


Switched at Birth’s Katie Leclerc, 27, is engaged to real estate agent Brian Stuart Habecost, 29. They plan to marry next fall.


On Nov. 3 the Miami Dolphins football team suspended guard Richie Incognito, 30, for allegedly sending racist and threatening text messages to teammate Jonathan Martin, 24, who left the team a week ago. The NFL launched an investigation.

Shooting at LAX

On Nov. 2 federal prosecutors charged Paul Ciancia, 23, the gunman accused of fatally shooting a TSA officer and wounding three others inside Los Angeles International Airport the day before, with murder. He could face the death penalty. Ciancia remains in critical condition at a local hospital after he was shot by police during his capture. Ciancia (inset), an unemployed motorcycle mechanic who recently moved to L.A. from New Jersey, stormed through the security checkpoint with an assault rifle and killed Gerardo Hernandez, 39, on his way in.