Amanda Bynes' mother has broken her silence. Lynn Bynes, who has been granted temporary conservatorship of her troubled daughter, told People on Wednesday, "Both my husband and I love Amanda very much and we know that she will get through this situation." She also made it a point to let everyone know that unless any information about the 27-year-old actress comes from her directly, it shouldn't be taken seriously. "Please know that neither myself or other family members have ever released any information regarding her treatment or diagnosis," she said. "We truly believe in keeping our daughter's situation private for now."
Ever wonder what happened to rom-com queen Meg Ryan? According to the latest issue of People, the When Harry Met Sally star, 51, decided to ditch Hollywood and make her home in New York, where she can avoid the spotlight and focus on her family -- 8-year-old daughter Daisy and rocker boyfriend John Mellencamp. "Los Angeles is just about movies. New York is about so much more than that, and so is Meg," said writer Delia Ephron (sister to Nora Ephron, who wrote many of Ryan's movies). Back in 2008, Ryan told InStyle magazine that losing her status as "America's Sweetheart" was "incredibly liberating."
Mia Farrow dropped a bombshell on Hollywood by stating that her 25-year-old son Ronan might not be the son of her ex Woody Allen. When Vanity Fair asked the Rosemary's Baby actress if her late ex-husband Frank Sinatra could be Ronan's father, she replied, "Possibly." Ronan was born in 1987, and Farrow and Sinatra divorced in 1968, but Farrow says they continued their relationship, stating, "We never really split up." Ronan dealt with the news admirably, posting a hilarious tweet reading, "Listen, we're all 'possibly' Frank Sinatra's son."
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