Robin Williams' Daughter Zelda Quits Twitter Due to Internet Bullying; Ciara Calls Off Engagement to Future After He Cheated: Top Wednesday Stories
While countless fans and celebrities took to social media to praise Robin Williams after his sudden death, his only daughter Zelda, 25, decided to quit social media after Internet trolls and insensitive posters added to her despair. Plus, Ciara has called off her engagement to Future just three months after giving birth after learning he cheated. Check out the rest of Us Weekly's top stories from Wednesday, Aug. 13 in the round-up below!
Robin Williams' only daughter Zelda was forced to quit social media after the 25-year-old was bullied and harassed by Internet trolls after her late father's death.
Ciara has called off her engagement to Future just three months after welcoming their son Future Zahir Wilburn. "He cheated on her. Game over," an insider tells Us.
Gwyneth Paltrow has officially moved on since announcing her split from husband Chris Martin back in March. The Oscar winner is now dating Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk, sources reveal to Us.
Ramona Singer opened up to Us after tweeting she's decided to divorce her husband Mario Singer. "I believe in marriage, I gave him a second chance, and he betrayed me and our daughter. You just don't do that," The Real Housewives of New York City star said after finding that her husband continued to be unfaithful.
The original Teen Moms are coming back! MTV stars Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell, and Amber Portwood -- who appeared on the first iteration of Teen Mom in 2009 -- are returning for a new season in 2015, Us Weekly exclusively reveals.