Was Extreme Dieting A Factor In Peaches Geldof’s Death?

  • Police investigating the sudden death yesterday of British “It Girl” Peaches Geldof, 25, at her home in Kent found no evidence of hard drugs or a suicide note. Peaches, a writer and model, was the daughter of musician Bob Geldof and the late TV host Paula Yates, who died of a drug overdose in 2000. Peaches was married to musician Thomas Cohen and was the mother of a two-year-old and a one-year-old. [US WeeklyNYMag.com]
  • One theory? Peaches was an acolyte of “juicing,” AKA extreme dieting, which may have triggered a heart attack. [Page Six]
  • The cast of “The Real Housewives Of Atlanta” are threatening to quit the show if Porsha Williams is isn’t given the boot. [TMZ]
  • Sources are blasting Taylor Swift’s parents, who are separated and “don’t even like to be in the same room,” as “difficult and controlling stage parents” who are “incredibly difficult to deal with” and push out lots of her senior staff. [Page Six]
  • Whoa: this dress becomes transparent when it detects that you’re turned on. [The Daily Dot]
  • Jessie J said she’s not bisexual anymore. [After Ellen]
  • Some creep got arrested twice in one week for trying to break into Selena Gomez’s home. [Page Six]
  • This woman courted like a Duggar and all it got her were some awkward side hugs. [Famously]
  • Martha Stewart’s grandchildren like caviar and aren’t allowed sugar or butter. [People]
  • Miley Cyrus opened up to ELLE about suffering from a bad bout of depression. [People]
  • Of course Justin Bieber got a neck tattoo. [MTV News]
  • Rihanna and Eminem will perform their song “The Monster” together at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday. [Entertainment Weekly]

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