Brooke Shields and National Enquirer Reach Agreement

The National Enquirer will apologize to actress Brooke Shields after one of the tabloid's reporters checked Shields' dementia-addled mother out of a New Jersey nursing home last month and took her to lunch. Sheilds' attorney, Gerald Lefcourt, also claimed the newspaper will make a "generous donation" to help further research on dementia as part of an agreement between the tabloid and the actress. After Teri Shields, 75, was found unharmed at a restaurant adjacent to her Old Tappan, N.J.,...Full Story
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