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Posted on: Thursday, April 15, 2010

King parting ways with wife No. 7

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Larry King and Shawn Southwick-King

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Steven Segal

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Nadya Suleman

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Larry King has filed for divorce from his seventh wife, court filings show.

The 76-year-old host of CNN's "Larry King Live" filed yesterday to end the couple's nearly 13-year marriage, citing "irreconcilable differences." He married Shawn Southwick-King in a hospital room in 1997, three days before surgery to clear a clogged blood vessel.

The couple have two sons, ages 11 and 9. King is seeking joint custody of the boys. He is also asking a court not to award Southwick-King, 50, any spousal support.

SEAGAL'S LEGAL WOES PUT HIS SHOW ON HOLD

Production of a television show featuring reserve deputy and movie star Steven Seagal will be suspended "for the time being" as Seagal faces sexual harassment allegations, a suburban New Orleans sheriff said yesterday.

Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand said the continued video recording of the reality series, "Steven Seagal Lawman," would be a distraction for the department in light of allegations made against Seagal by a woman in a California civil lawsuit.

Kayden Nguyen, a 23-year-old model, sued Seagal for $1 million on Monday in Los Angeles, alleging he sexually harassed her and engaged in sex trafficking. Seagal's attorney denied the allegations.

PICASSO EXTRAVAGANZA COMING TO MET

Pablo Picasso fans, rejoice. New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art will soon be exhibiting its complete holdings of the Spanish artist's paintings, drawings, sculptures and ceramics, plus 200 works on paper. And auction powerhouses Sotheby's and Christie's in early May are offering two rare Picassos not seen on the art market in decades. One could surpass the current $104.17 million record.

The Picasso exhibit, starting April 27, will include "The Actor," which underwent restoration after being accidentally damaged at the Met in January.

OCTOMOM CAN STAY IN HOME FOR NOW

Octuplets mother Nadya Suleman has reached an agreement with her mortgage holder that will allow her and her 14 children to stay in their Southern California home for at least six months.

Suleman was facing foreclosure after she missed a March 10 deadline for a $450,000 balloon payment. Her lawyer said yesterday that Suleman's mortgage holder has agreed to a six-month extension.

COMEDIAN TO SIMULCAST RADIO SHOW ON TV

Comic Steve Harvey is bringing his morning radio show to television.

The simulcast will begin this fall on Centric, the spinoff network to BET that appeals to older viewers.

BET also said yesterday that Academy Award winner Mo'Nique will return for a second season of late-night comedy.

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