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Wynonna Judd’s daughter arrested for indecent exposure on an Alabama highway

Wynonna Judd

Wynonna Judd’s adult daughter has been arrested after authorities say she exposed herself at the intersection of a highway and interstate in Alabama.

Police arrested Grace Kelley, 27, on Friday and charged her with misdemeanors indecent exposure and obstructing government operations, according to charging documents. She allegedly exposed both her chest and lower body at an intersection. The latter charge was for reportedly refusing to identify herself to authorities.

Kelley, daughter of the country star and ex-husband Arch Kelley III, has a court date Thursday.

Her multiple legal issues date back nearly a decade, beginning with a 2015 charge for the promotion of meth manufacture; she pled guilty to the lesser offense of possession.

She was reportedly arrested last May for violating an order of protection and violating parole and was released October.

Kelley has a daughter, Kaliyah, who was born in April 2022 — the same month her grandmother, Naomi Judd, died by suicide.


Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba, who shot to fame in the series “Dark Angel” will step down as chief creative officer at Honest Company, a personal care company she founded. She will keep a seat on the board.

Alba founded Honest in 2012 after she suffered allergic reactions to baby laundry detergents. The company went public in May 2021, with shares soaring 44% in their stock market debut.

Sales at Honest Co. have risen steadily, but the company has struggled to turn a profit.

“Honest has been a true labor of love for me — one that showed me what’s possible when you infuse purpose into business," Alba said.

Shares of Honest Co., based in Los Angeles, fell slightly before the opening bell Wednesday.


Carnie Wilson

Carnie Wilson is offering an update on her famous father, Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson, after the family filed to place him under conservatorship amid his battle with dementia.

“It’s been a hard month,” she said, partially referring to the Jan. 30 death of Melinda Ledbetter Wilson, Brian’s wife of 28 years. Despite the loss, she said her father, 81, is doing well.

“He’s got so many wonderful people around him,” Carnie said. “Our family is coming together and we’re taking care of him and that’s all that matters.”

The recent conservatorship filing reportedly said Wilson is battling a “major neurocognitive disorder,” and is therefore “unable to properly provide for his own personal needs for physical health, food, clothing, or shelter,” which were previously handled by Melinda.

His longtime spouse was named his caretaker in a previous Advance Health Care Directive, but no successor was listed in the event of her death. The family petitioned the court to appoint Jean Sievers, president of PR firm Beachwood Entertainment Collective, and accountant LeeAnn Hard as conservators.

Carnie said her father “still has that spirit” and is “the strongest person” she’s ever known.


Sylvester Stallone

Sylvester Stallone is facing allegations of fostering a “toxic environment” for some background actors on the set of Paramount+ series “Tulsa King.”

Multiple outlets allege Stallone, 77, made offensive and abusive remarks regarding the appearance of extras on the series.

The claims made by casting supervisor Rose Locke — reportedly posted to a private Facebook group — were captured in a screenshot and shared on Twitter. According to the accusations, Stallone referred to the extras as “(expletive) ugly.”

“He and the director proceeded to call certain people terrible names and laughed at them ... and was making fun of their weight and handicaps,” read one screenshot. Locke resigned as a result of the alleged mistreatment.

“Tulsa King” director Craig Zisk refuted the claims. Two extras who say they were on set at the time the comments were made said there was “nothing out of the ordinary.” Another said they heard some comments that “could have been handled more tactfully, but it’s their show.”

From combined wire services

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