James Van Der Beek, 36, and wife Kimberly, 31, welcomed their third child, a baby girl, born Jan. 25. Following a natural home birth, “Kimberly and little one are doing really well,” reps for the Friends with Better Lives star told People. The newborn weighed in at 7 lbs. 8 oz. and joins sister Olivia, 3, and brother Joshua, 22 months. The couple have not yet released the newborn’s name. • After eight years of marriage, baby No. 5 is on the way for Donald Trump Jr., 36, and wife Vanessa, 36. The couple announced the happy news in a Twitter post on Jan. 21.
CSI: Miami star Eva La Rue’s husband, Joe Cappuccio, 51, filed for divorce on Jan. 3. The seafood businessman cited irreconcilable differences and requested that the judge deny La Rue, 47, spousal support. The couple wed in Mexico in 2010. This is La Rue’s third marriage.• After almost two years of marriage, actor Josh Lucas, 42, and wife Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, 28, are divorcing. A source tells PEOPLE that Henriquez, who battled cervical cancer in 2012, filed papers early in January. The couple, who met by chance at a New York City dog park, have a 20-month-old son named Noah Rev.
Liberace’s ex-lover Scott Thorson, 54, who reentered the spotlight after actor Matt Damon portrayed him in the award-winning HBO film Behind the Candelabra, is facing jail time. On Jan. 22, after failing a drug test while on probation for burglary and identity theft convictions, a Nevada judge sentenced him to 8 to 20 years in prison. • The husband of Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks is in trouble with the law again. After a 19-month investigation by the U.S. Secret Service, Apollo Nida, 35, who served nearly five years in a federal prison for auto-title fraud prior to marrying Parks in 2009, is facing charges of identity theft and fraud.
On Jan. 25 Darion Marcus Aguilar, 19, opened fire inside a skateboard apparel store at a shopping mall in Columbia, Md. Aguilar killed two people before turning the gun on himself. • On Jan. 26 Marlise Munoz, 33, the pregnant Texas woman who was brain-dead and being kept alive against her husband’s wishes, was taken off life support and allowed to die. A Texas judge ordered the removal of life support after the hospital, citing the welfare of the fetus, had ignored the family’s directives.
The Captain and Tennille Are Divorcing
It seems love couldn’t keep them together. After 38 years of marriage, 1970s pop duo Captain and Tennille are calling it quits. The Grammy-winning couple, who married in 1975, rose to stardom with such hits as “Muskrat Love” and “Love Will Keep Us Together.” On Jan. 16 Toni Tennille, 73, filed papers in an Arizona court to end her marriage to Daryl Dragon or “The Captain,” 71. In 2010 she revealed that Dragon was battling an unnamed neurological illness. While no reason was given for the split, a statement on the couple’s website said, “Almost all people naturally evolve over time, [and] sometimes hidden feelings start to be uncovered.”