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No domestic violence charges for Ortiz

Mixed martial arts star Tito Ortiz won't face domestic violence charges from an altercation with his ex-porn star girlfriend last month. The Orange County district attorney's office said Thursday there isn't enough information to prove domestic violence. Ortiz was arrested April 26 at the home he shares with Jenna Jameson and their two young sons. Jameson accused Ortiz of abuse, while Ortiz adamantly denied harming her. The couple apparently already has reconciled, and a restraining order against Ortiz was lifted last week. Ortiz is the former UFC light heavyweight champion, but is winless in his last four UFC fights since 2006.


MTV's Bosworth writes book about dating

Lauren "Lo" Bosworth is getting real about dating. The star of the MTV reality shows, "Laguna Beach" and "The Hills," is working on "The Lo-Down," a guide for dating. Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers will release it in January, The Associated Press reports. The publisher announced the book yesterday. Simon & Schuster says the 23-year-old Bosworth will tell about her own "trials and tribulations" and those of her friends, too.


Ricci debuts on Broadway in 'Time Stands Still'

Christina Ricci will make her Broadway debut in Donald Margulies' "Time Stands Still" when the Tony-nominated play resumes performances in September, The Associated Press reports. Ricci, 30, will join previously announced original cast members Laura Linney, Brian d'Arcy James and Eric Bogosian. Producers made the announcement yesterday. "Time Stands Still" has two Tony nominations: best play and best actress for Linney.

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