Danny DeVito's split from wife Rhea Perlman was due to his wandering eye, RadarOnline.com reported Wednesday.
Well, he did spend a lot of time with Arnold Schwarzenegger on the set of "Twins."
The "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" star's wife of 30-years was finally fed up with the 67-year-old actor's flirty and inappropriate ways and gave him the boot.
Allegedly, the marriage has been on thin ice for a decade.
"He may not appear to be a ladies' man, but Danny certainly gets a lot of female attention," a source close to the family told RadarOnline.com.
He's famous and has money. Hello? This is still America, right?
"Danny can be quite the flirt and because of his powerful status in Hollywood, he's not ashamed to abuse his position and chat-up young, aspiring woman looking to make it in the industry.
"Despite his reputation as a lovable, funny guy in movies and on TV, Danny's actually quite the flirt and ladies' man. Like a lot of red-blooded males, if he sees an attractive girl in a coffee shop or walking down the street, he will give her the eye.
Not THE eye. Anything but THE EYE.
"After years of turning a blind eye to it, Rhea finally snapped. She had enough of his bad-boy behavior and wanted an end to their marriage," said the source. "The break-up has been on the cards for a long time, probably over 10 years, because they haven't been happy for a long, long time."
Perlman was seen running errands in Los Angeles Wednesday -- sans wedding ring.
JANET JACKSON NOT SUBSCRIBING TO VANITY FAIR: Janet Jackson isn't happy with Vanity Fair.
The singer's attorney sent a scathing letter to Vanity Fair demanding a retraction of an article in the November 2012 issue.
The magazine article, which is an excerpt from Randall Sullivan's upcoming book, "Untouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson," claims Janet delayed her brother Michael Jackson's funeral until she was reimbursed for her $40,000 deposit to secure his plot.
Janet's attorney, Blair G. Brown, addressed a legal letter to Vanity Fair's Editor-in-Chief Graydon Carter saying the story is "false and defamatory."
"Ms. Jackson never delayed the funeral in anyway," Brown wrote in the letter dated Oct. 5, obtained by Us Weekly. "In fact, she paid for the funeral and was reimbursed for some of those expenses by Michael Jackson's estate in the year after the services took place."
"In addition, there were other private costs associated with Michael Jackson's passing that Ms. Jackson incurred and for which she has never sought reimbursement," he added. "To falsely accuse Ms. Jackson of holding up her brother's funeral over money is outrageous. This story is particularly hurtful and distressing because of Ms. Jackson's strong desire to serve her brother, whom she loved dearly, and the wish to stand with and support her family."
Does that include the ones she slaps?
Jackson was laid to rest on Sept. 3, 2009 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, more than two months after his death.
LOHANS BRAWLING: Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina Lohan apparently brawled early Wednesday morning, resulting in police being called.
And -- shockingly -- alcohol was likely involved.
Apparently the disastrous duo went to a nightclub in New York City on Tuesday night. They left the club about 4 a.m. and headed back to Dina's home in Long Island.
A source close to Lindsay said she and Dina started arguing in the car and it escalated when they got home. Things got physical, with Lindsay sustaining a cut on her leg. Allegedly, there was also property damage, including a broken bracelet belonging to Lindsay.
It's a good thing she has the skills to go steal another one, if necessary.
A source told TMZ Dina was "wasted" at the nightclub. The fight started when Lindsay wanted to take her limo to her hotel, but Dina wanted to take it to her home in Long Island, to avoid paying for a taxi.
Don't you hate it when you and your mother fight over where to take the limo?
Police took a domestic incident report. Sources said in one of the 911 calls, the unidentified caller said Lindsay was being held against her will by Dina and the driver.
BEYONCE PULLS OUT OF EASTWOOD FILM: Beyonce won't be in "A Star is Born" remake after all.
The singer, actress and mom, 31, has pulled out of the much-anticipated project, directed by Clint Eastwood, according to Variety.
"I was looking forward to the production of A Star Is Born and the opportunity to work with Clint Eastwood," Beyonce told E! News. "For months we tried to coordinate our schedules to bring this remake to life but it was just not possible. Hopefully in the future we will get a chance to work together."
They better hurry up. Clint Eastwood isn't getting any younger.
The film will be the fourth "A Star Is Born," about a singing female superstar who struggles to stand by her man, a fading, alcoholic actor. Janet Gaynor starred in the 1937 original, with Judy Garland and James Mason reprising it in 1954, and Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson headlining a 1976 version.
Although names like Bradley Cooper, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Cruise, Christian Bale and Johnny Depp have been mentioned, a male lead has yet to be cast in the film, which was first delayed by Beyonce's pregnancy with daughter Blue Ivy.
Maybe they could get an incredibly talented chair.
Variety reported that Grammy-winning jazz singer Esperanza Spalding could possibly be cast as the leading woman.
BAM MARGERA APOLOGIZES FOR PUPPY PHOTO: Bam Margera has apologized for pointing a gun at his puppy in a Twitter picture.
The "Jackass" star recently tweeted "Penny pooped in my bed. If it happens again, Penny goes Bye Byes."
I hope this guy isn't someone's father.
Margera told the Philadelphia Inquirer the gun was a fake. In an interview with the paper at his Chester County, Pa., home, Margera said he was unaware of a rise in horrific animal-abuse cases in the area.
"I think those people need to go down," he said, adding he would've never posted the photo if he'd known about recent instances of abuse. "Just hurting another animal is rude, crude and more."
Margera said he doesn't own a gun and has only fired one at a clay pigeon at a sporting event.
"I feel like every follower I have on Twitter knows my 'Jackass' joking kind of humor," he said. He also pointed out that no one was up in arms over photos he posted of himself holding the toy gun to his friends' heads.
Still, he said "All press is good press."
Not if your last name is Lohan.
Margera's girlfriend, Nikki Boyd, said she was the real dog lover in the house and Margera is "the crazy cat person." Fortunately, Penny the pit bull, who has since been renamed Sunny, has a crate and, according to Boyd, is adapting well to training.
ROBERT PATTINSON SPOTTED WITH BLONDE WOMAN: Robert Pattinson was spotted getting cozy last weekend with an identified blond woman at a New York hot spot.
Pattinson, of course, has been reported as being officially back together with Kristen Stewart. Which means that he's not even allowed to think about other women.
Then again, they broke up because she cheated on him. So, like, doesn't he have a freebie coming?
The actor, 26, was fuzzily photographed in proximity to the blonde, leading to whispers they seemed "cozy" and "flirty."
No, I don't know who was whispering. So what? The Internet said so and the Internet is never wrong.
"He had his arm slung around her at one point, and they chatted for most of the night," a spy at the Electric Room tells the London Daily Mail. "They looked like they were having a great time, and the girl was making him laugh a lot."
Maybe she was telling Kristen Stewart jokes.
Pattinson reportedly hit the club with a handful pals in the wee hours of Saturday morning and proceeded to sit "really close" to the unidentified woman.
"He looked really happy and relaxed," adds the source, "like he didn't have a care in the world."
Money, looks, unidentified blond women ... why would he have a care in the world?
Perhaps Pattinson was just exhaling from the drama that's surrounded him ever since Stewart's rendezvous back in July with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders.
OCTOBER 11 IN HISTORY
Thursday is Oct. 11, the 285th day of 2012. There are 81 days left in the year.
1779: Polish nobleman Casimir Pulaski, fighting for American independence, died two days after being wounded during the Revolutionary War Battle of Savannah, Ga.
1811: The first steam-powered ferryboat, the Juliana (built by John Stevens), was put into operation between New York City and Hoboken, N.J.
1862: During the Civil War, Confederate forces led by Gen. J.E.B. Stuart looted the town of Chambersburg, Pa.
1890: The Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in Washington, D.C.
1910: Theodore Roosevelt became the first former U.S. president to fly in an airplane during a visit to St. Louis, Mo.
1932: The first American political telecast took place as the Democratic National Committee sponsored a program from a CBS television studio in New York.
1942: The World War II Battle of Cape Esperance began in the Solomon Islands, resulting in an American victory over the Japanese.
1958: The lunar probe Pioneer 1 was launched; it failed to go as far out as planned, fell back to Earth, and burned up in the atmosphere.
1962: Pope John XXIII convened the first session of the Roman Catholic Church's Second Vatican Council, also known as "Vatican 2." In 1968, Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission, was launched with astronauts Wally Schirra, Donn Fulton Eisele and R. Walter Cunningham aboard. The government of Panama was overthrown in a military coup.
1984: Space shuttle Challenger astronaut Kathryn Sullivan became the first American woman to walk in space.
1986: President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev opened two days of talks concerning arms control and human rights in Reykjavik, Iceland.
1992: In the first of three presidential debates, three candidates faced off against each other in St. Louis, Mo. -- President George H.W. Bush, Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton and businessman Ross Perot.
2002: The Senate joined the House in approving, 77-23, use of America's military might against Iraq. Former President Jimmy Carter won the Nobel Peace Prize. A man was shot to death at a gas station near Fredericksburg, Va., in the latest slaying by the Washington-area sniper. A chain reaction crash on a foggy interstate near Cedar Grove, Wis., killed ten people and injured 40 others. A teenager set off a homemade bomb inside a crowded mall in Vantaa, Finland, killing himself and six others.
2007: Cold medicines for babies and toddlers were pulled off shelves amid concerns about unintentional overdoses. Briton Doris Lessing won the 2007 Nobel Prize in literature. Werner von Trapp, a member of the musical family made famous by the musical "The Sound of Music," died in Waitsfield, Vt., at age 91.
2011: Presidential challenger Mitt Romney accused President Barack Obama of failing to lead in a time of economic peril but sounded less conservative than his Republican rivals in their debate in Hanover, N.H., defending the 2008-2009 Wall Street bailout and declaring he could work with "good" Democrats.
Author Elmore Leonard (87), former U.S. Defense Secretary William Perry (85), actor Ron Leibman (75), Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Young (51), actress Joan Cusack (50), rock musician Scott Johnson (Gin Blossoms) (50), actor Sean Patrick Flanery (47), College Football Hall of Famer and former NFL player Chris Spielman (47), actor Luke Perry (46), actor-comedian Artie Lange (45), actress Jane Krakowski (44), rapper U-God (Wu-Tang Clan) 42), rapper MC Lyte (41), actress Emily Deschanel (36), actor Matt Bomer (35), actress Michelle Trachtenberg (27), golfer Michelle Wie (23).