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Tales from planet celebrity

24 September 2004

Catherine Zeta Jones will have to return to court to face the woman who threatened to kill her. A judge in LA ruled that Dawnette Knight, 33, will stand trial accused of stalking the Welsh actress and will be formally arraigned on September 27. Knight reportedly turned on the actress because she had a crush on Douglas. She faces 24 charges of making terrorist threats. Kirsten Dunst's latest vehicle, Wimbledon, isn't doing as well as predicted at the box office. Despite quite good reviews, it pulled only £4m in its first week. Perhaps no-one could buy the premise that a British tennis player would win Wimbledon?

While former Disney star Britney Spears was getting hitched in Los Angeles last week, two other child stars were in trouble with the law. Home Alone's Macauley Culkin was arrested on marijuana charges while Terminator 2 star Edward Furlong was jailed for taking lobsters out of a supermarket tank.

How's this for irony? A millionaire teenage actress, who has suffered an eating disorder, is to be the new face of McDonald's. Mary Kate Olsen is to promote Happy Meals in France - only weeks after being released from a clinic, where she was reportedly treated for anorexia.

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