Jenelle Evans gets arrested for heroin possession, Chelsea Handler says Reese Witherspoon's arrest was "not a big deal" and Dwayne Johnson has emergency hernia surgery: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Tuesday, Apr. 23 in the roundup!
Jenelle Evans is in serious trouble with the law. The Teen Mom 2 star was arrested in Brunswick, North Carolina on Tuesday, Apr. 23 after officials discovered 12 bindles of heroin in her possession (A bindle is a small paper packet used for storing drugs). According to TMZ, the police were initially called to her home to investigate an alleged domestic dispute between Evans, 21, and her husband Courtland Rogers, 27.
Every dog has its day -- and Tuesday, April 23, belonged to a King Charles spaniel named Henry. Henry had the distinct honor of presenting Kate Middleton with a dog hamper for her own beloved pooch, Lupo, when the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge visited the Willows Primary School in Manchester, England, to launch a new counseling program on behalf of Action on Addiction, Place2Be, Comic Relief, and the Royal Foundation.
WWE's fights may be fake, but the injuries? All too real. Case in point: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson announced on Twitter recently that he would undergo surgery to repair damage sustained during his WrestleMania clash with John Cena earlier this month. Johnson's rep tells E! that the star had an emergency hernia operation on Monday, April 22, forcing him to miss the Hollywood premiere of his new movie, Pain & Gain. He is now recovering at home.
Is all the fuss over Reese Witherspoon's recent arrest much ado about nothing? Chelsea Handler certainly seems to think so. Asked about her A-list pal at the annual E! Network upfronts in New York City on Monday, April 22, the late-night host (who was arrested herself at age 21 for DUI) said that Witherspoon was dealing well with the fallout from her minor run-in with the law.
Carrie Underwood is blown away by Tennessee lawmakers. The 30-year-old country singer and Nashville, Tenn. resident took to Twitter on Thursday, Apr. 18 to share her outrage over the passing of the so-called Ag Gag bill, and her comments were not well-received by State Rep. Andy Holt. "Shame on TN lawmakers for passing the Ag Gag bill," Underwood tweeted. "If Gov. Bill Haslam signs this, he needs to expect me at his front door. Who's with me?"