Latest Jennifer Aniston Stories

2005-08-26 14:18:40

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A man who strolled into actress Jennifer Aniston's home in Malibu, telling an employee there he was "looking for Jennifer," has been arrested for trespassing, police said on Friday. The intruder, identified by police as 48-year-old David Hesterbey of Santa Barbara, California, was being held in lieu of $500 bail, Los Angeles County Sheriff's spokeswoman Diane Hecht said in a written news release. According to a statement given to police by Aniston's...

2005-08-22 15:41:42

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Film stars Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, once anointed Hollywood's golden couple, have filed to formally end their four-year marriage, court papers showed on Monday. Pitt and Aniston, who were married on July 29, 2000 in a celebrity-studded, $1 million ceremony in Malibu, ended their divorce proceedings on Friday by quietly filing dissolution papers with a Los Angeles court. "Judgment of dissolution is entered," the papers state. "Marital or domestic...

2005-08-02 11:09:42

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Actress Jennifer Aniston still loves estranged husband Brad Pitt and denies gossip column speculation that the pair split because she did not want to have children, according to a magazine interview. "I love Brad; I really love him. I will love him for the rest of my life," Aniston told Vanity Fair in an interview in the magazine's September issue. Tabloid speculation has swirled for months that Pitt, 41, the star of "Ocean's Eleven" and "Troy," and Angelina Jolie, 30,...

2005-07-12 14:46:53

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Film star Brad Pitt is suffering from the symptoms of flu and has been admitted to a Los Angeles hospital a week after returning from a trip to East Africa, his publicist said on Tuesday. "He's fine. We think he has the flu," publicist Cindy Guagenti said. "They are just doing a couple tests." Guagenti said Pitt checked in to the Los Angeles hospital, which she would not name, on Monday night and could be released as early as Tuesday. She did not know what symptoms...

2005-06-22 12:24:32

NEW YORK -- Even a casual reader of fan magazines can recognize pictures of Halle Berry or Jennifer Aniston, no matter how the stars are dressed or wearing their hair. Now a surprising study suggests that individual brain cells can do the same thing. The work could help shed light on how the brain stores memories, an expert said. When scientists sampled brain cell activity in people who were scrutinizing dozens of pictures, they found some cells that reacted to a particular famous person,...

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