Tuesday gossip roundup: Kate Holmes wants sole custody of Suri

Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise are seen on June 14, 2012 in New York City.
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Kate Holmes filed for sole custody of daughter Suri. But one thing she won’t be walking away with is tons of money, if you believe TMZ. The site claims the stars’ prenuptial agreement “cuts her out of his fortune” and a source says that’s A-OK with Holmes. “She’s not about the money.  She’s not that girl.  She loves to work,” says the source. “Money is not that important to her.  She makes plenty on her own.” Speaking of which, she’s still working: Yesterday, she filmed an episode of the TV series “Project Runway,” according to People.com — without her wedding ring on.

Justin Bieber has officially graduated high school, making you feel officially old. The 18-year-old actually finished all his exams back in May, when he told the Daily Telegraph that graduating “was something my mom really wanted me to do. I mean, this kind of lifestyle has given me a different perspective on life.” But Yahoo’s omg blog says his name was on the official list of grads at the Stratford, Ontario Secondary School.

Mel Gibson, stepmother hater? The volatile “Passion of the Christ” director has been accused of terrorizing Teddy Joey Hicks Gibson, who married Mel’s dad Hutton in 2001. She and Mel apparently disagree on how to treat their ailing father, who has health issues, according to thehollywoodgossip.com. “Mel began yelling and saying, ‘f*ck this, f*ck that’ while levelling other extremely offensive language at me,” said Teddy. Mel added: “not to f*ck with [Hutton's] treatments in any way.”

Finally, if you’ve seen “Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepsen’s pierced nipples on the Internet…well, you haven’t. “This is 200% NOT Carly” in the photos,” a rep told TMZ. In fact, it’s an Internet model. Sorry pervs.



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