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ABC Image Group/LA(LOS ANGELES) -- After announcing his intention to leave Fox over its news division’s support of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, Modern Family co-creator Steve Levitan has revised his position.

“I have great respect and admiration for Dana Walden, Gary Newman, Peter Rice, and everyone at 20th Century Fox Studios who have all treated me so well for almost 2 decades,” Levitan said in a statement provided by his agent, UTA’s Jay Sures, obtained by Variety. “For now, I will take some time to see where those people land, and at that point, make a decision about my future.”

Earlier, Levitan had tweeted, "Fox Studio has been a wonderful home for most of my career - so many amazing people there who share the concerns about @FoxNews but aren’t in the position to speak out.

"I have no problem with fact-based conservatism (such as WSJ), but @FoxNew’s 23-hour-a-day support of the NRA, conspiracy theories and Trump’s lies gets harder to swallow every day as I drive onto that lot to make a show about inclusion," he continued.

Levitan concluded the series of tweets by writing, "I look forward to seeing #ModernFamily through to the end and then, sale or no sale, setting up shop elsewhere."

Levitan's overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television is set to expire in 2019.

The studio's future is currently up in the air, as the Walt Disney Company and Comcast compete to acquire the bulk of 21st Century Fox’s entertainment businesses. Fox News is not included in the sale.

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ABC/Lou Rocco(NEW YORK) -- Academy Award winner Kevin Costner stopped by Good Morning America on Tuesday to dish on his new show, Yellowstone, while also celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Bodyguard -- the hit movie in which he co-starred with the late Whitney Houston.

Costner opened up about why The Bodyguard still resonates with fans today.

"We want that level of security -- who cares for us, who loves us, who would stand in front of us, who would stand for us, but the reality is, we have this little songbird, Whitney, who had this big voice that came out of her and it was her first movie ... she was so beautiful and I thought, 'Well, this is the girl for me,'" he said.

Costner played former secret service agent Frank Farmer in the 1992 film.

"It was a really important moment in her life and her career and we'll always be locked together that way," Costner added.

Costner will also be appearing in a documentary on the late star titled, Whitney

"There's something about Whitney for the worldwide fame that she had...there were times when she didn't think she was pretty enough, she didn't think she was good enough and the rest of us are going, 'Really? Whitney, you have it,'" Costner recalled. "I'm always really careful the things I do say about her simply because sometimes, things are just yours."

Meanwhile, in the series Yellowstone, Costner plays John Dutton, whose family controls the largest ranch in the United States.

"I never start anything that I don't think has a chance to be great and Yellowstone was all of that and so I hope you do check it out," Costner said of the western.

Yellowstone premieres Wednesday on Paramount Network.


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ABC/Paula Lobo(LOS ANGELES) -- After fourteen weeks at the box office, Ava DuVernay's fantasy film, A Wrinkle in Time has officially crossed the 100 million mark.

According to the Box Office Mojo, the movie has grossed over $132.1 million worldwide. With her accomplishment, DuVernay becomes the first black woman to direct a $100 million-grossing film and the 13th black director to hit that milestone overall.

That includes Ryan Coogler, F. Gary Gray, Tim Story, Keenan Ivory Wayans, Jordan Peele, Malcolm D. Lee, John Singleton, Clark Johnson, Lee Daniels, Antoine Fuqua, Sidney Poitier and Peter Ramsey.

Disney's A Wrinkle in Time, which stars Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mindy Kaling, Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine, follows a young girl named Meg Murry, her brother and her friend as they journey through space and time to find Meg's father.

A Wrinkle in Time is now available for home viewing.

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Credit: Brian Douglas(NEW YORK) -- Gotti isn’t about to take those bad reviews lying down.

The biopic about notorious mobster John Gotti, starring John Travolta in the title role, is hitting back at its critics via its official Twitter page.

The Gotti Twitter account tweeted a new video promo for the film, which includes the message, “Audiences loved Gotti. Critics put out the hit. Who would you trust more? Yourself or a troll behind a keyboard?”

The video was posted along with the caption, “Audiences loved Gotti but critics don’t want you to see it…The question is why??? Trust the people and see it for yourself!”

In another tweet, the account posted a video that included positive fan reactions, with the caption, "Hear it from the PEOPLE!"

Gotti received a zero percent score on Rotten Tomatoes from critics following its Friday release, but its audience score on the site is at 74 percent. The film only made $1.6 million in its opening weekend.

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Photo by Michael Desmond © 2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. / Courtesy of OWN(MIAMI BEACH) -- Tonight, OWN will premiere Love Is ____, the scripted relationship drama from Mara Brock Akil and her husband/producing partner, Salim Akil. The series, inspired by the couple's real-life relationship journey, follows Michele Weaver as Nuri and Will Catlett as Yasir and how the two unexpectedly fell in love while pursuing their careers.

"It definitely was one of those things where I'm glad the way that I came in I didn't over research her," Weaver tells ABC Radio, referring to series creator Mara Brock Akil. "I really was more of like, "OK, what's on the page? Let me just go in and be live." And I'm glad that I did that because I feel like if I came in and was trying to impersonate someone... it would have lost the authenticity."

For Catlett, it was a bit more challenging to become Mara's husband, Salim.  "That was my biggest struggle," he says. "Because Salim and I... we're a lot alike. And then, at the same time, Mara has her mirror that she sees too. So at some point I just had to surrender."

Like Catlett, Mara Brock Akil says she also yielded to the process and opened up when it came to her character. In fact, she says the series, among other things, taught her just how "brave" she was in creating the character Nuri, as well as the importance of love.

"Love is ___ is our offering to talk about how to keep love, not only in our romantic lives, but... our love to our dreams, our love to our co-workers, our love to our family members, our love to our friends," Mara Brock Akil says. "[I]t's time to put that back out into the world."

Love Is ____ premieres tonight at 10 p.m. ET on OWN.

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TM & © 2017 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.(HOLLYWOOD) -- No fortune teller machine needed: Big is all grown up and turning 30.

The 1988 Tom Hanks comedy flick, about a 13-year-old boy who has his wish granted to “be big,” is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a return to theaters.  It was released in the U.S. June 3, 1988.

Big will play in more than 700 theaters across the U.S. for two days only, on July 15 and July 18 at 2 p.m. 7 p.m. each day. Theater and ticket information can be found on the Fathom Events website.

Big, directed by Penny Marshall, scored Hanks his first Oscar nomination for Best Actor. It also loosely inspired the 2004 Jennifer Garner film, 13 Going on 30.

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BBC America(HOLLYWOOD) -- Newcomer series Killing Eve, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and GLOW are among the nominees for this year’s TCA Awards, Variety reports.

BBC America’s Sandra Oh drama Killing Eve scored the most nominations with five, following by the just-concluded series The Americans, with four. Atlanta, Barry, The Good Place, The Handmaid’s Tale and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel all tied for three nominations apiece.

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, GLOW and This Is Us each earned double nods.

BET host Robin Thede will emcee the 34th annual ceremony, which will take place on August 4 in Beverly Hills. The TCA Awards honors the top series, producers and performances of the past year, as chosen by the Television Critics Association.

Here is the full list of nominees:

Jodie Comer, Killing Eve – BBC America
Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story – FX
Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s Tale – Hulu
Sandra Oh, Killing Eve – BBC America
Matthew Rhys, The Americans – FX
Keri Russell, The Americans – FX

Pamela Adlon, Better Things – FX
Rachel Bloom, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – The CW
Rachel Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – Amazon
Ted Danson, The Good Place – NBC
Donald Glover, Atlanta – FX (2017 Winner in Category)
Bill Hader, Barry – HBO

Alias Grace – Netflix
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story – FX
Howards End – Starz
Patrick Melrose – Showtime
The Tale – HBO
Twin Peaks: The Return – Showtime

Barry – HBO
Counterpart – Starz
GLOW – Netflix
Killing Eve – BBC America
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – Amazon
Mindhunter – Netflix

The Americans– FX
The Crown – Netflix
The Good Fight – CBS All Access
The Handmaid’s Tale – Hulu (2017 Winner in Category)
Killing Eve – BBC America
This Is Us – NBC

Atlanta – FX (2017 Winner in Category)
Barry – HBO
GLOW – Netflix
The Good Place – NBC
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – Amazon
One Day at a Time – Netflix

The Americans – FX
Atlanta – FX
The Good Place – NBC
The Handmaid’s Tale – Hulu (2017 Winner in Category)
Killing Eve – BBC America
This Is Us – NBC

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown – CNN
60 Minutes – CBS
Blue Planet 2 – BBC America
The Rachel Maddow Show – MSNBC
The Vietnam War – PBS
Wild Wild Country – Netflix

The Great British Baking Show – PBS
Nailed It! – Netflix
Project Runway – Lifetime
Queer Eye – Netflix
RuPaul’s Drag Race – VH1

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood – PBS Kids
Elena of Avalor – Disney Channel
Muppet Babies – Disney Junior
Odd Squad – PBS Kids
Sesame Street – HBO
Sofia the First – Disney Junior

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee – TBS
Jimmy Kimmel Live – ABC
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – HBO
Late Night with Seth Meyers – NBC
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – CBS
Saturday Night Live – NBC

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Freeform/Ed Herrera(NEW YORK) -- On last week’s two-hour season premiere of The Bold Type, we saw ambitious young writer Jane Sloan fail spectacularly at her cool, new digital job after leaving women’s magazine Scarlet. In tonight’s episode, actress Katie Stevens tells us we’re going to see how Jane picks up the pieces.

“I talked to the writers about how it was really important to me for Jane to fail this season because she’s such a perfectionist and I don’t think she’s ever really had an experience in her life where she has failed at a giant level,” she tells ABC Radio.

Type A Jane, as it turns out, isn’t so great at being unemployed.

“We’re gonna see her kind of try to figure out what kind of writer she is and where she feels that she belongs...but I think it’s always gonna come back to the fact of what she always knew in her gut, which is that she loves Scarlet,” Stevens says.

It's also a plus that Jane’s two best friends, Sutton and Kat -- played by Meghann Fahy and Aisha Dee, respectively -- still work there. Stevens says the trio is such good friends in real life that some of their inside jokes actually make it into the show.

“We say, ‘That’s gonna be a no from me, dawg,’ and the girls say that because I was on American Idol and it’s Randy Jackson,” Stevens says. “So there are minor little things that make it into the show that are from things that we make fun of each other or we make jokes in real life and we think they’re hysterical so we try to fit them into the show.” 

The Bold Type airs tonight at 8 p.m. ET on Freeform.

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Matthew Welch/AMC (LOS ANGELES) -- As Andrew Lincoln prepares to exit AMC's The Walking Dead, Jon Bernthal, who played former police officer Shane Walsh during the show's first two seasons, is set to return, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

It'll be a neat trick, given that Bernthal's character dies at the end of season two. Details on how The Walking Dead's producers and writers plan to bring Bernthal back have yet to be revealed, but the most likely scenario would be a flashback.

Bernthal's return, however, would likely be brief: his current starring role on Netflix's The Punisher, in which he  plays Frank Castle, reportedly limits how many episodes he could appear in on TWD.  Word is, three would be the maximum.

Season nine of The Walking Dead premieres on AMC this fall.  

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ABC/Craig Sjodin(LOS ANGELES) -- Becca Kufrin was faced with another Arie situation in Monday's episode of The Bachelorette when one suitor told her he was falling for her and then took it back, pushing Becca further down a tumultuous journey towards love. 

Before she faced the dramatic incident, Becca sat down with some of the guys prior to the first rose ceremony of the episode. During the cocktail hour, she gifted Jordan tight, gold shorts, which he got very excited about. 

"Becca might have my groin on her mind," Jordan said, "and maybe she thinks it's worth gold."

His excitement was immediately depleted when his enemy, David, returned to the mansion from the hospital after falling out of bed. Despite some bruising, David looked great -- even though Jordan said he looked like a "time warp." Becca didn't seem to mind David's face because she gave him his rose early in the evening.

At the always-suspenseful ceremony, Becca decided to send home Ryan and Mike.

For the remaining bachelors, Becca announced that they will "switch it up a little bit" by taking a trip to the mountaintops of Utah. 

Once in the snowy town of Park City, Utah, Becca invited Garrett on a one-on-one date. They started their evening shopping while making goofy jokes and jumping on each other backs. Eventually, they kicked their date into high gear by going bobsledding. 

"That bobsled ride was fast," Becca confessed, "but I feel like my feelings for Garrett right now are coming on quickly."

At dinner, Garrett and Becca got even closer when he attempted to open up with her. He explained that he's been married before but got divorced after just two months. Becca became apprehensive about moving forward with him, scared he will feel forced to marry her like he did with his first wife. 

Garrett explained that he is here for her and is looking for a true connection. Becca accepted his explanation and gave him the rose. But, the night wasn't over yet. Next, they went to a local bar and danced in front of a large crowd as Granger Smith sang "Happens Like That."

The romantic moment led Garrett to say, "This is the first time I've felt this kind of love between someone. It feels so uncontrollably good inside. I've fallen for her hard."

The next day, Becca invited Jordan, Chris, Blake, Nick, John, Lincoln, Leo, David, Connor, Christon, Jason, Colton, and Jean Blanc on a group date where they were put to the test. 

She explained that she is looking for "the lumberjack to my lumberjill," so she made the guys compete in Becca's Big Lumberjack Bash, which consisted of lifting 400-pound pieces of wood, throwing an ax, and scaling a 30-foot pole. 

After the playful date, the group tried to impress Becca over dinner, but everything turned sour early in the evening. First, Colton wore his golden underwear Becca gave him, which angered a lot of the guys. Colton confronted Jordan about being disrespectful.

"I've lost all respect for you," the former NFL player told Jordan. Seems Jordan can add Colton to the growing list of his enemies on the show. 

But, the evening really takes a turn for the worse when Jean Blanc sat down with Becca. During an uncomfortable talk, he explained that he was falling in love with her, which made Becca very confused. She told him it was way too early in their relationship and that she is not on the same page. 

When walking him out, Jean Blanc confessed that he didn't mean what he said; he was only telling her what he thought she wanted to hear. Suddenly, Becca lost it. She was catapulted back to last season on The Bachelor when Arie asked her to marry him despite wanting another woman. So, she sent Jean Blanc packing and went off on the rest of the suitors. 

"I'm so p**sed," she told the group. "I'm only asking for honesty from you guys. That's all I want, and to not get that -- I feel so disrespected, and I'm so upset with him. But, if anyone else can't be honest with me from here on out, then I don't want you here."

She finished her rant by telling the guys she is going home and not giving anyone the date rose. It left a lot of the guys on edge, worried she will put her walls back up. 

The next day, Wills was tasked with the monumental task of taking Becca on a one-on-one date just as she was contemplating her fate in this journey. In fact, Becca started the date, crying to the camera, saying "I feel off right now."

But, after riding around on snowmobiles, Becca confessed Wills was the perfect guy to help her get out of this rut.

"This is what I needed to today. It means a lot, especially, after last night. Yesterday derailed me but my journey for love is back on track," she said. 

Wills even tried to relate with her on the idea of heartbreak. He explained that he often feels like he isn't good enough because he found out the love of his life was cheating on him. At that moment, she gave him a rose. 

The next day, Chris Harrison told the guys that Becca didn't want a cocktail hour this week and wanted to go straight to the rose ceremony because she knew exactly what she needed to do. 

"I learned so much with Arie," she told Harrison. "I want to do things my way and this feels right."

Finally, at the second rose ceremony of the episode, Becca sent home Nick and Christon. 

The journey doesn't stop for the remaining 12 men, though. Next week, Becca announced she is taking them to Las Vegas. 

The bachelors who will take a trip to Sin City are:

Garrett, 29, a medical sales representative from Reno, Nevada
Wills, 29, a graphic designer from Los Angeles, California
Leo, 31, a stuntman from Studio City, California
Colton, 26, a former professional football player from Denver, Colorado
Blake, 28, a sales representative from Bailey, Colorado
Jason, 29, a senior corporate banker from Seattle, Washington
Connor, 25, a fitness coach from St. Petersburg, Florida
Lincoln, 26, an account sales executive from Los Angeles, California
John, 28, a software engineer from San Francisco, California
Chris R, 30, a sales trainer from Orlando, Florida
David, 25, a venture capitalist from Denver, Colorado
Jordan, 26, a male model from Crystal River, Florida

The Bachelorette airs Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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Marvel Studios(LOS ANGELES) --Black Panther and Stranger Things took home top honors at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards, which was held Saturday in Santa Monica, California, and aired on Monday night.

Black Panther took home Best Movie, as well as Best Villain honors for Michael B. Jordan, along with Best Hero and Best Performance in a Movie trophies for its star, Chadwick Boseman.

While accepting Best Hero, Boseman introduced James Shaw Jr., who disarmed a man who opened fire at a Waffle House in Tennessee last April, and gave Shaw the award he'd just won.

For the second straight year, Stranger Things copped Best Show, as well as Best Actor in a Show for Millie Bobby Brown. The 14-year-old actress, who didn't attend the Awards due to an injury suffered on the set of the show, used her pre-recorded speech to address online bullying. Brown deleted her Twitter account on Thursday after she herself was bullied online. Brown's co-star Noah Schnapp also won for Most Frightened Performance. The show also took home an award for Best Musical Moment.

The highest honor at the MTV Movie Awards -- The Generation Award -- was given to Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World star Chris Pratt, who gave a shout out to his 5-year-old son Jack, "who will watch this someday." He also ran down his "Nine Rules," which included a plea to use strength and intelligence wisely. "Strength and intelligence can be weapons," he said, adding, "Do not wield them against the weak -- that makes you a bully."

Love, Simon's Nick Robinson and Keiynan Lonsdale won for Best Kiss. While accepting the award, Lonsdale, dressed in a gold top, white skirt and cream and gold "Prince" sequin coat, urged kids to be themselves, declared, "You can live your dreams and wear dresses, you can live your dreams and kiss the one that you love no matter what gender they are."

Aside from handing out movie popcorn trophies, the event featured Chloe x Halle performing a medley of “The Kids Are Alright” and “Warrior” from their debut album, and Nick Jonas and Mustard performing their new single "Anywhere" for the first time in its entirety.

Presenters included Kim Kardashian West, Michael B. Jordan, Seth Rogen, Yara Shahidi, Zendaya, Common and Mandy Moore.

During her monologue, host Tiffany Haddish -- who won for Best Comedic Performance for Girls Trip -- called 2018 "a year of firsts for black people," noting she was the first black woman to host the MTV Movie & TV Awards, and Black Panther was the first African-American movie to make a billion dollars. 

She also roasted The Kardashians, Riverdale, the Stranger Things kids and 13 Reasons Why. In addition, she delivered a version of Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow," reworked to describe her own life. In pre-recorded bits she spoofed Black Panther, Star Wars and The Quiet Place.

Here’s the full list of winners:

Generation Award: Chris Pratt
Trailblazer Award: Lena Waithe
Best Movie: Black Panther
Best Show: Stranger Things
Best Kiss: Nick Robinson & Keiynan Lonsdale, Love Simon
Best Villain: Michael B. Jordan, Black Panther
Best Reality Series: Keeping Up with the Kardashains
Best Performance in a Movie: Chadwick Boseman, Black Panther
Best Actor in a Show: Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things
Best Comedic Performance: Tiffany Haddish, Girls Trip
Best Hero: Chadwick Boseman, Black Panther
Best On-Screen Team: Finn Wolfhard, Sophia Lillis, Jaeden Lieberher, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, Jeremy Ray Taylor and Chosen Jacobs, IT
Best Fight: Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman
Best Musical Moment: "Every Breath You Take", Stranger Things
Best Music Documentary: Gaga: Five Foot Two
Most Frightened Performance: Noah Schnapp, Stranger Things
Scene Stealer: Madelaine Petsch, Riverdale

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Universal(NEW YORK) -- Nick Jonas is a nominee at Monday night's MTV Movie & TV Awards, and he's also performing on the show.

Jonas spoke to ABC News and says his nomination for his role in the hit movie Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle  is like "a cherry on top" of the whole experience of the exciting evening.

"I feel honored," he said. "I'm nominated alongside my cast mates for [Best] On-Screen Team, and it's great ... it's fun to be recognized for your work."

While he says he doesn't act and sing for the award shows, "when it happens, it's kind of a cherry on top."

"You do it for the art, or the fun of making a project like this," he added.

"Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle," a sequel to the original 1995 film, starred Jonas, Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan. It was a massive hit, grossing over $962 million worldwide, and the young actor has some theories about why it did so well.

"It connected with all age groups," he told ABC News. "They had a really good sense of the comedy for the adults but also moments for the kids. There was elements about it that were tipping the hat to the original ... then a really fresh new concept: The body swap worked out great."

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Disney(NEW YORK) -- In a tweet featuring a drawing of the super-powered Parr family on a Post-It, Disney/Pixar thanked fans for showing up in droves to this weekend's debut of Incredibles 2.

The animated sequel, which hit theaters 14 years after the Oscar-winning original, raked in $180 million, the best debut ever for an animated feature and among the top 10 best openings in box office history.

Mr. Incredible himself, Craig T. Nelson, tells ABC Radio even he was impressed by the finished product. "I loved it," he enthused. "I mean, it was a complete surprise and it was so much fun to do. It was -- just you know, it's as much fun doing it as it is watching it, which is really neat."

Nelson explained the process of bringing the Parr family together onscreen -- his animated onscreen wife, played by Holly Hunter, as well as the rest of the family, didn't record their scenes together.

"It's very specific," Nelson says of his time in the recording booth. "You have a certain amount of time to say the line in. There's room for experimentation and all that. But it's really -- they're just as good and doing an editing conversation that's actually overlapping as they are animating. I mean, Pixar is just amazing. So when you watch it you think, 'Oh, heck, they had to have been together,' but they're not!"

Samuel L. Jackson, Sophia Bush, and Better Call Saul Emmy-winner Bob Odenkirk also lend their voices to Incredibles 2.

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Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) -- TMZ is reporting that former Melrose Place star Heather Locklear is currently undergoing a psychiatric evaluation in a Los Angeles hospital following a physical altercation with family members, and alleged threats she was going to harm herself.

The gossip site reports the 56-year-old actress seemed agitated and threatened to shoot herself, so her parents went to her home.  It was there Locklear allegedly got physical, choking her mother and punching her father, TMZ reports. Her mother then called the police, and Locklear was taken to a hospital.

Back in February, Locklear was arrested at her California home when she allegedly went after cops who tried to take her into custody, following a fight that broke out between the actress and her boyfriend, Chris Heisser.

Locklear was arrested for felony domestic violence and three counts of battery on emergency personnel and reportedly subsequently entered a rehab program.

Locklear first rose to stardom as a cast member of the 1980s police drama T.J. Hooker, opposite William Shatner.  She also co-starred on the nighttime soaps Dynasty and Melrose Place, and the sitcom Spin City.  Her most recent acting credit, according to IMDB, was last year on the Tyler Perry-produced TV drama Too Close to Home.

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ABC/Paul HebertPopular The Bachelor franchise couple Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon are headed down the aisle.

Haibon popped the question Sunday while the duo was filming Bachelor in Paradise, ABC News confirmed.

The two made waves earlier this year when they announced they were finally dating.

Their love story started three years ago, when the weepy Iaconetti first showed her affection toward Haibon on season two of Bachelor in Paradise.

Iaconetti's Instagram has been filled with pictures of the couple since they went public about their romance.  Just last week, she posted a pic of Haibon with the caption, "Today’s National Superman Day, so...."

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