“Tameka Foster Raymond was released Monday night from Sao Paulo’s Hospital Sirio Libanes, a source tells the Associated Press, where she was admitted after suffering complications from plastic surgery. Her husband was spotted boarding a plane to the U.S. Tuesday without his wife. Raymond is on the road to recovery from a heart attack she suffered during a lipsuction procedure and is currently taking…… antibiotics to fight a lung infection, according to Brazil’s Globo TV. Raymond underwent the procedure a mere two months after giving birth to the couple’s second son, Naviyd Ely. Patients should wait six to eight months after giving birth to have the procedure, the president of the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery tells the Daily News.”
OK! Magazine is reporting that Chris Rock’s little brother Tony Rock, got arrested this morning for Driving Under the Influence:
"In yet another case of failing to learn by example, Tony Rock, Chris Rock’s younger brother, was busted early this morning for an alleged DUI and is being held in jail in L.A. TMZ reports that Tony was pulled over around 2:40am for speeding on California’s 101 freeway, and that cops say he appeared intoxicated. Failed sobriety tests led to his arrest and subsequent lock-up. His need for speed is apparent, as the star of The Tony Rock Project has already posted $5,000 bail and is heading out of jail, lickety-split."
And LisaRaye’s ex-husband Michael Misick is resigning as Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands:
“In the midst of his corruption trial Premier Michael Misick has released this statement: “In recent months, there has been much discontent among some ministers and Progressive National Party elected members… It now appears to me that the divide within the party is too deep. I have decided that I will not seek the leadership of my party on 28th February 2009. This is a decision that I have not arrived at lightly. I would further like to announce that effective 31st March, I will resign as Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands, allowing the new leader of the PNP to be sworn in as Premier. The period February 28th 2009 to March 31st 2009 will allow for an orderly transition.”