Britney Spears’ Lawyer Slams Kevin Federline

HBO documentary ‘The Princess’… Nick Jonas launches a new trivia game… Anne Heche “not expected to survive”… JC Chasez launches TikTok account… and Britney Spears’ lawyer slams Kevin Federline

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In streaming and TV news, a documentary looking at the life of Princess Diana debuts tomorrow night on HBO. “The Princess” will dive into Diana’s relationship with Prince Charles, the birth of their sons, and their divorce. It will also include news footage of the car crash in a Paris tunnel that took her life. The 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death is Aug. 31. Also on HBO, if you’re a huge fan of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” you’ll be happy to know that Season 12 will go into production this fall. They’re working on the script now. And Wanda Sykes will host a syndicated show called “Ring Nation.” The press release says we’ll see heroic actions, marriage proposals, military reunions and funny stuff with animals. It’s like “America’s Funniest Home Videos” but with videos captured on Ring cameras.

Mick Jagger was hosting a game night at his home and Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra were among the invited guests. Mick had everyone play this trivia game called Linkee, which is really popular in the UK, and Nick and Priyanka fell in love with it. When Nick mentioned the game during an interview, Linkee contacted him and asked if he would like to collaborate. Nick enthusiastically said YES! He would love to do his own version of the game and launch it in the US. Linkee: Nick Jonas Edition is designed for at least two players, ages 12 and up. The game includes 260 question cards, four score pads, one sticker and instructions how to play, of course. Nick’s cute little face is on the box. You can get in on Amazon, in Walmart and Target for $19.99.

Last Friday, home security videos caught Anne Heche speeding through neighborhoods at a high rate of speed. She crashed into a garage where someone snapped a picture of her looking very disheveled. Then Anne drove off and ended up crashing her Mini Clubman into a house in LA, causing the car to burst into flames. She was badly burned and suffered a “severe anoxic brain injury” after being deprived of oxygen. She’s been in a coma ever since. But now Anne has been officially declared brain dead, and her family is keeping her on a ventilator until doctors can determine if any of her organs can be donated. The LAPD said detectives got a search warrant to take samples of Anne’s blood. They didn’t find any alcohol in her system, but they did find cocaine and fentanyl. Anne’s upcoming Lifetime movie about human trafficking, “Girl in Room 13,” is still scheduled to air next month. She’ll also be seen in The Weeknd’s upcoming HBO series “The Idol.”

JC Chasez has finally joined TikTok, and it sorta feels like watching your dad trying to figure out how this danged this works. JC is now rocking a full mane of silver hair and a beard, and he’s at a dinner with friends — possibly a birthday dinner. He just celebrated his 46th birthday on Aug. 8. In the 11-second video, the camera whips around the table and lands on JC’s face, but the light is way too bright for him so he takes the camera and just stares into it, asking, “How’s this s*** work?” That’s it! And he captioned it, “Am I doing this right?” tagging all the other members of *NYNC. Welcome to TikTok, JC!

Kevin Federline didn’t get the reaction he expected after posting a couple videos of Britney Spears chewing out their disrespectful sons. Moms came out in full force, having Britney’s back for losing it and calling out Kevin for hitting below the belt. He has since deleted the videos. Meantime, Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosengart slammed Kevin, saying, “Whether he realizes it or not, Mr. Federline has not only violated the privacy and dignity of the mother of his children, he has undermined his own children, whose privacy he should protect. Putting aside his ITV interview, Mr. Federline’s ill-advised decision to post an old video of his 11 and 12 year old children was cruel, bottom of the barrel stuff. It was abhorrent.” Rosengart said they may consider taking legal action.


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