Paris Hilton is furious with Cher’s son for claiming that the two had sex — and that then he worried that he caught something from her.
Elijah Blue Allman, Cher’s son by rocker Gregg Allman, went on the Howard Stern show last week and boasted that he had a fling with Hilton before she was famous. Allman, who is the lead singer and guitarist for the band Deadsy, said that after the encounter, he became so worried that he might have contracted a disease that he went downstairs and scrubbed his private parts with a household cleaner, probably Tilex.
Hilton is “not happy” about Allman’s comments, says a source, even though he described Hilton as a “sweet girl.”
Alman also said he had sex years ago with Hilton’s reality show co-star and former best friend, Nicole Richie, and says they’re now friends.
Gator abuse?Beyoncé Knowles isn’t bootylicious to alligators.
A world-renowned expert on reptiles has written an outraged letter to the former Destiny’s Child singer, suggesting that she abused an animal on the photo shoot for her new album B’day.
"There was a shot where I held an alligator. It had its mouth taped — that was my bright idea,” Knowles recently told a magazine. “He was really cute, but since his mouth was taped he didn’t have any way to defend himself. He was upset so he peed on me. That was an experience!”
“As a specialist in reptile biology and welfare I’m concerned about your posing with a terrified baby alligator for your new album cover,” British biologist Clifford Warwick wrote to Knowles on behalf of PETA. “Humans and alligators are not natural bedfellows, and the two should not mix at events such as photo-shoots. In my view, doing so is arguably abusive to an animal.”
Notes from all overMadonna says that hubby Guy Ritchie doesn’t groove to her music. “My children adore all that I do, they love dance music,” the singer told French magazine VSD. “My husband isn’t a great fan.” . . . Rocker Robbie Williams isn’t impressed with actors who take daring roles — and his latest album includes a song, “The Actor” that lampoons them for that. “They talk about acting as if it’s saving someone’s life, but it’s not rocket science,” Williams told the London Sun. “It’s just pretending to be someone else.” . . . Kevin Federline is an under appreciated intellectual. “I actually got amazing-[bleep] test scores,” in high school, K-Fed told Teen Hollywood. “Not that it’s the hardest thing in the world. But especially the math. I got pretty high test scores for the state of California.”
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