By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated October 04, 2001 02:34 PM

CANCELLED: Actors Minnie Driver, 31, and Josh Brolin, 33, have broken off their 5 1/2-month-old engagement, her publicist said Wednesday. “Their decision is mutual and amicable,” the brief statement said. No other details were given. Brolin became a stepson to Barbra Streisand in July 1998 when the veteran singer-actress married his father, actor James Brolin. Driver and Brolin had announced plans to marry last April . . . SENTENCED: Former “Charmed” star Shannen Doherty, 30, received a minimum penalty Tuesday and will spend five days picking up highway trash as punishment for her April drunken-driving conviction in Southern California, reports USA Today. The driving incident occurred last December. Doherty was reportedly not present in court at the time of the sentencing. And Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bonnie Raitt, 51, pleaded guilty to trespassing at an Illinois wood-products company during a peaceful July anti-logging protest. She (along with 16 others who’d been involved in the protest) was fined $150 and given 90 days’ probation. The rally, organized by the San Francisco-based Rainforest Action Network, was intended to draw attention to Boise Cascade’s logging practices in some of the nation’s most precious forests . . . WITHDRAWN: Embattled California Congressman Gary Condit, 53, who was linked to missing 24-year-old federal intern Chandra Levy, has taken his $130,000 Washington, D.C., bachelor pad off the market, say reports. He reputedly feared the media attention that would be focused on the condo . . . LAUNCHED: Elle Macpherson, 37, presented a new lingerie line called Intimates on Wednesday at Selfridges, a leading London department store. But, reports Reuters, the supermodel, who is known as “the Body” in her native Australia, opted to stay fully dressed for the unveiling . . . DELAYED: Rocker Jon Bon Jovi, 39, postponed shooting his nine-episode stint on Fox TV’s “Ally McBeal” in order to play some benefit concerts for victims of the Sept. 11 tragedy. A spokesman for the show’s producer, David E. Kelly, told the New York Post that the New Jersey rocker will begin filming his scenes in November. It is assumed that he will be replacing Robert Downey Jr., who is currently being treated in rehab for a recurring drug problem, as the love interest of Ally (Calista Flockhart).