Iconic L.A. Deli Owner Gary Canter’s Daughter Hints Foul Play in His Death

The daughter of Gary Canter, the late co-owner of L.A.’s famed Canter’s Deli, is accusing his widow of sinister behavior … and, as a result, she wants control of her father’s estate. Jennifer Canter says in new legal docs, obtained by TMZ,…


Hank Baskett Hints at Kendra Wilkinson Reunion, Gets Owned on Twitter

Hank Baskett played wide receiver for parts of seven NFL seasons.

But he isn’t best known these days for having great hands.

He’s instead best known for having received a hand job from a transgender model back in 2014.

Yes, Baskett was also married to Kendra Wilkinson for nine years and helped create two small human beings with the former Playmate, a son named Hank IV and a daughter named Alijah.

But Hank’s celebrity gossip legacy will always revert to what he admits transpired in a hotel room over three years ago.

As Kendra on Top viewers are likely well aware of, Hank has confessed on camera to meeting someone named Ava London back in the day…

… and then unexpectedly having his penis massaged by her, all the way to orgasm

It’s true: Baskett has even talked about how he went to the aforementioned hotel room to purchase marijuana and then, somehow, ended up being fondled to completion by London instead.

It’s one of the most unusual stories of infidelity — and we bring it up now for a reason.

Earlier this month, Kendra filed for divorce from Baskett.

She made it clear in the days leading up to this announcement that trust had simply eroded between the stars and that the love between them was no longer enough.

However, Hank was asked on April 13 by TMZ whether the relationship was truly over and he responded as follows:

“You always leave the door open for that, always.”

Would a reconciliation be under consideration due to the presence of the ex-couple’s two kids? Or because of the feelings that still exist between Baskett and Wilkinson?

“I would say both,” Baskett replied.

But this is not what Twitter would say.

In a nutshell, Twitter would instead say: LOL!!!!!!

One Internet user scoffed at Baskett’s response, saying he would only return to Kendra as part of a new “reality TV” deal, saying the “plan all along” for the twosome was to create enough drama for a network to try and work with them.

Another user, meanwhile, simply relied on NeNe Leakes to sum up how she feels about this reunion possibility:

no hank

But one other user takes the reactionary cake.

“Classic love story,” this person wrote in response to this report, adding:

“Boy meets girl. Boy married girl. Boy cheats on girl with granny. Girl takes boy back. Girl eventually files for divorce.”

This individual may want to hire a lawyer pretty soon… because he or she just straight up murdered Hank Baskett!

ouch hank

The day she filed for divorce, meanwhile, Kendra shared a selfie with Hank on Instagram and wrote along with it a very moving caption.

It read:

I will forever love Hank and be open but for now we have chosen to go our own ways.

I’m beyond sad and heartbroken because i did believe in forever, that’s why i said yes but unfortunately too much fear has gotten in the way.

We are both amazing parents and our kids will be happy n never know the difference other than seeing mama smile. Sometimes love looks funny.

We certainly do with Hank and Kendra the very best.


Matt Roloff Rips Little People/Big World Producers, Hints Family May Quit

Like son, like father?

About two years after Jacob Roloff walked away from Little People, Big World because he said the show was scripted and his relatives made out to be people they were not…

… Matt Roloff has echoed this sentiment.

Returning to social media after a brief hiatus late last week, the family patriarch engaged a bit with fans on Facebook.

With a new season of Little People, Big World set to (finally!) premiere on April 3, Roloff responded to a complaint on his official account that referenced his ex-wife, Amy, and how recent scenes between the two have been filled with “stress” and “tension.”

This individual said such moments were unpleasant to watch. 

And not only did Matt agree, he blamed producers for artificially creating such scenes, implying that if this continues, he and his loved ones will quit the series.


“I totally agree [with your assessment],” Matt responded, continuing as follows:

“We’ve been pushing the new producers to stop making our show negative and keep the family love and togetherness in the forefront.

“For some reason, these new producers/editors that come in to work…don’t know the show and want to amplify the negative…

“I’m not sure we (the Roloff family) can take that kinda of editing much longer. Errrrr.”

mr response

Whoa there!

That’s quite the statement.

We’ve been writing for several weeks that social media users often go after either Matt or Amy on a regular basis.

Even through this couple divorced way back in May of 2016 and have both happily moved on with new significant others, many fans simply can’t accept this scenario.

It’s not surprising, therefore, that producers may have picked up on this reaction and used the manufactured feud as a way to sell new episodes of the show.

In a clip from the season, for example, we see Matt and Amy arguing over family farm issues.

(You can watch the complete new season preview above.)

Amy, conversely, has also taken to Instagram in anticipation of upcoming episodes.

But she isn’t blasting anyone behind the scenes of them.

She’s expressing extreme excitement over what lies ahead.

“Woohoo! It’s here. LPBW new episodes,” Amy wrote as a caption to a photo of the Roloff farm, adding:

“What a season it will be – life being new parents, managing life after divorce and relationships, Farm, learning to work together and always a family.

“Yep there’ll be some moments but always in telling a story. So hope you’ll be watching NEW episodes of #LPBW, premiering on @TLC Tuesday, April 3rd at 9/8c!

“You can catch up on past seasons now on TLC.com/LPBW! You’re awesome! Thanks for all the years of support and encouragement. Couldn’t do this without you.”

It is expected that these new episodes will focus primarily on Zach and Tori Roloff raising son Jackson, along with Audrey and Jeremy Roloff preparing to welcome daughter Ember, who arrived in September.

But Amy does also cite “life after divorce” and “relationships” in her own tease for the show.

She has been dating Chris Marek for about a year now and Matt has been with Caryn Chandler, the former farm manager.

For those unfamiliar with Jacob’s rant from July of 2016, Matt and Amy’s youngest son said at the time that he had enough of filming Little People, Big World.

He said he simply could not handle the phoniness.

“For the sake of ‘the episode’ and ratings I’ve seen a lot of STORYLINES drawn up (loosely) about our lives,” he said that summer.

Jacob continued, holding nothing back:

“And when I was standing here, behind the scenes and watching it from an outside perspective I just couldn’t stop laughing.

“Laughing at how hard the producers have to try to get us to follow the talking points, and at how ridiculous the talking points are.

“The family that is filmed is not my family.

“They are the Roloff Characters and I have scarcely anything in common with them, nor do I want to be a character myself.”

According to Matt, not much has changed.

But will he and others actually follow Jacob’s lead and leave the show?

Stay tuned to find out.


Jacquees Hints at Legal Action, Claims Arresting Officer Used ‘Excessive Force’

Jacquees might be gearing up for a potential lawsuit against Miami Beach PD after one of its officers got rough with him during a traffic stop … according to Jacquees himself. The singer recorded a video for his fans, and addressed what he calls…