Pam Anderson's Playboy offer upsets Islamic group
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A hardline Islamic group has blasted Pamela Anderson's offer to donate her Playboy fee to a charity that helps Indonesian disaster victims.
The former Baywatch star, who posed nude for the January issue of the Playboy magazine, handed the 25,000-dollar payment to 'Waves 4 Water', a charity that works to bring clean drinking water to disaster-hit zones.
Islamic Defenders Front officials, however, publicly denounced Anderson's donation, reports the New York Post.
They claimed the donation to the charity was 'against the law of God' because it was obtained through 'immoral acts'.
'If she wants to be photographed naked, then she is challenging a bigger disaster to happen in Indonesia. It's haram (forbidden),' Habib Umar Salim, the head of FPI's advisory council, said.
'I've just shot another Playboy cover that will debut in January for Hugh Hefner, at his request -- I adore him. Playboy and I decided to do this, so I could donate earnings from the shoot to Waves for Water,' Anderson had said on her website.
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Lily Allen suffers second miscarriage
Pop singer Lily Allen has suffered her second miscarriage in just three years.
Allen suffered the miscarriage six months into her pregnancy, just after she cancelled her appearance at Sir Elton John's charity winter ball, reports the Daily Mail.
The 25-year-old, six months pregnant with boyfriend Sam Cooper's child, was said to be suffering from a viral infection.
Allen was rushed to the hospital on Saturday after complaining of stomach cramps, but the doctors were unable to save her unborn child.
She made a plea in a tweet to her millions of fans from the hospital, begging them to 'say a little prayer'.
Allen also lost her unborn baby at four months in 2008.
Many celebrities, including Denise Van Outen, Lorraine Kelly, Myleene Klass and Emma Bunton have posted messages on their Twitter pages sending their deepest sympathies to Allen and Sam.
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Photographs: Benoit Tessier/Reuters
Charlie Sheen, Brooke Mueller file for divorce
Charlie Sheen is about to be single again, for the actor and his wife Brooke Mueller have filed for divorce.
The duo signed a 43-page property settlement document back in May, in which they divided all their assets and agreed on child custody, reports TMZ.com.
According to divorce papers, Brooke and Charlie get joint legal custody of their two kids. Brooke gets primary physical custody and Charlie gets visitation.
Brooke gets 55,000-dollar-a-month in child support, and according to the doc, "Under no circumstances shall the child support paid by Charlie for Bob and Max be less than the child support paid by Charlie to Denise Richards for Sam and Lola."
Brooke gets cash from several income sources, plus a lump sum parting gift of 757,689.70 dollar.
Charlie gets the family house and to keep his 5.6dollar 5.45 million dollar watch collection but has to pay Brooke around 1 million dollars.
In the documents, Charlie lists their date of separation as 12/25/09 -- the day he was arrested in Aspen for a domestic incident involving Brooke.
However, people broke the story that the divorce is being filed on Tuesday.
Image: Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller
Photographs: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters
Tom Cruise's impossible stunt
Hollywood hunk Tom Cruise risked his life by dangling almost 2,717 feet in the air near the top of skyscraper Burj Kahlifa, the tallest building in the world, while performing stunts for Mission: Impossible 4 in Dubai over the weekend.
On Saturday, fans and photographers watched as the married father of three hung from a wire near the building's observation deck, which is 124 stories high, Usmagazine.com reports.
Clad in black, Cruise ran across the windows of the towers as nervous crewmembers looked on from nearby open windows, according to the Daily Mail.
'There's always that adrenalin before you do a stunt,' the death-defying star said this past summer.
'I want to entertain the audience, and part of making these movies is doing my own stunts,' he said.
The film in which Cruise plays agent Ethan Hunt hits theaters early next year.
Image: Tom Cruise
Photographs: Eric Gaillard /Reuters