By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated July 23, 2003 02:06 PM

BORN: “Batman & Robin” star Chris O’Donnell, 33, and his wife of six years, Caroline, welcomed their third child, Charles McHugh O’Donnell, on July 11 in Los Angeles, his publicist tells the Associated Press. The baby weighed in at 7 lbs. 7 oz., and “mother and baby are doing great,” said the rep. The O’Donnells also have a 3-year-old daughter, Lily, and a 2-year-old son, Christopher Jr.

TRIPPED: Former “X-Files” star Gillian Anderson, 34, was taken to a London hospital after slipping on the stairs of her Notting Hill home on Monday, reports the BBC. The hospital refused to comment on the nature of Anderson’s injuries, but the actress’s Web site refuted tabloid claims that she needed to stay in hospital for a week. The site says she was released the very same day, even though press photos showed her arriving at the private Cromwell Hospital on a stretcher.

WED: Actress Leah Remini, 33, who plays the wife on CBS’s “The King of Queens,” is now the wife of musician-actor Angelo Pagan, whom she married in Las Vegas Saturday before 150 guests, her publicist tells AP. The two became engaged last Christmas Eve. Besides her top-rated sitcom, Remini’s credits include the recently released movie “Old School” (with Will Ferrell), while the groom’s credits include appearances on his wife’s show, as well as “24” and “Dharma & Greg.”

BUSTED: Stephen Glover, 29, otherwise known as Steve-O from the defunct MTV series “Jackass,” was arrested Saturday after police said he urinated in front of dozens of autograph-seekers at a booth at the Lollapalooza rock festival in western Pennsylvania, reports AP. Glover, who lives in L.A., was reportedly charged Monday with disorderly conduct and faces a $300 fine. Glover’s publicist had no comment.

DESIRED: Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs, 32, wants to purchase the New York Knicks basketball team, the music mogul announced on Tuesday’s Howard Stern radio show. “I think I could do a good job,” said Combs, who also admitted that the team’s owners haven’t been particularly open to the idea. “I’m publicly puttin’ it out there,” Combs told Stern, “because they’re not taking my calls.”