Tiger Woods -- Divorce Finalized

It's finally over -- Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren have officially finalized their divorce ... TMZ has confirmed.
Tiger and Elin were both present at Bay County Circuit Court in Panama City, Florida earlier today for the execution of their divorce agreement ... this according to court officials.

The divorce docs do not reveal details about the split -- and the terms of the settlement were not disclosed.  But as TMZ first reported, Elin is set to receive $100 million from Tiger.

Elin's lawyers released the following statement on behalf of the couple: "We are sad that our marriage is over and we wish each other the very best for the future."

The statement continues, "While we are no longer married, we are the parents of two wonderful children and their happiness has been, and will always be, of paramount importance to both of us."

0823_tiger_apology_vide0"Once we came to the decision that our marriage was at an end, the primary focus of our amicable discussions has been to ensure their future well-being. The weeks and months ahead will not be easy for them as we adjust to a new family situation, which is why our privacy must be a principal concern."

ok finally everthing is over,congratulations


Surrogate mother miscarried Osama’s twin grandchildren

London, Sep 13 (IANS) The British surrogate mother who was carrying Osama Bin Laden’s twin grandchildren has suffered a miscarriage after being attacked by two men in Syria.
Louise Pollard, 24, was ten weeks into pregnancy when she lost the twin conceived through in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) using the sperm of Bin Laden’s son Omar and the eggs of his 54-year-old British wife, Zaina, previously known as Jane Felix-Browne.
Pollard was travelling in Syria with Omar’s wife. She was attacked as she walked alone from a cafe to her accommodation late at night. The assailants did not speak, but punched her to the ground, and then ran away, leaving her with a black eye and bruising on her arms and legs, the Daily Mail reported Monday.
Pollard, who hails from Bristol, managed to get back to her apartment, and later went to hospital where a scan showed she had lost the babies. “There was no heart beat,” said Pollard.
She said she has no idea of the motivation for the attack, but says she has been recognised both in Britain and in the Middle East as the “Western woman carrying Bin Laden children”.
Since her ordeal, which she did not report to the police, Pollard has decided not to attempt another surrogacy for the Bin Ladens, who have now separated amid claims that Omar has developed mental illness.
But she insists her decision has nothing to do with the couple’s connection to the world’s most wanted terrorist. She said: “I feel as a surrogate mother that I have to think about the child’s future.”
“When I agreed to the arrangement, I was trying to help what seemed like a stable happy couple who wanted to have a family. Just because they have the surname they do, does not mean they have done anything wrong,” she said.
“But now they’ve split up. Zaina is a grandmother in her fifties, on her own, with not much money, and Omar is apparently suffering from schizophrenia. They have more fertilised eggs to use, but because of Zaina’s age, I have been told they are probably not that viable anyway.”
The Bin Ladens were due to pay Pollard 10,000 pounds after the birth of any child she carried for them. However, she says that thanks to travel costs, child-care for her own four-year-old son Jaden and other expenses, she is actually 250 pounds out of pocket.
Pollard, who once worked as a pole dancer to fund an accountancy degree, says she will continue being a surrogate mother for other couples.
Sunday Omar Bin Laden said there was no chance of a reconciliation with his wife.
Asked for his reaction to Pollard’s miscarriage, he said he accepted it as “destiny”.

dun tell me..i told u so...the risk of carrying world's most wanted terrorist heirs 

Omar Bin Laden Wants To Date Drew Barrymore

Newly single Omar bin Laden, the son of al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, says he dreams of a date with Drew Barrymore.
"I want to go to America, and I would love to meet Drew Barrymore," said Omar, 29, who recently split from wife Zaina, 25 years his senior. "I am single now and she is the most beautiful woman in Hollywood."
Yet it turns out the actress is not the junior Laden's sole interest in American popular culture. Speaking from a Doha, Qatar hotel in an interview with The Sun, he also professes an admiration for Jim Carrey, American football, rock music and Madonna. "She's such a great dancer for a woman of her age," he says of the Material Girl, 51.
While it may be surprising to hear Omar, who was once anointed as his father's successor, speak of Western pop icons in such endearing terms, he notes that he and his father differ in their political views. "It's a weak son who just wants to be like his daddy," he said. "I miss him as a father, but we are different. I want peace."
The Sun's interview with Omar ran on the same day a controversial Indian film featuring a lookalike of his father hit international cinemas. "Tere Bin Laden" (or "Without You Laden") is said to be a slapstick Bollywood comedy about a TV journalist who films a video with a bin Laden look-alike in an effort to gain American residency. While Omar claims he and his infamous father haven't been in contact since April 2001, he remains certain Osama is still alive.
"If that sort of person dies, you could never make it a secret. The world changes if he dies," he said.

oh..I dun think Drew wanted to be followed by FBI and CIA and thinking when the next bomb will explore for Omar's father;s hatred towards the American...this is crazy!!!


omar bin laden is mental???

Bin Laden's son and British wife split after he heard 'Osama's voice in his head

The son of Osama Bin Laden and his British wife have split up after he began to hear his father's voice in his head, it has emerged.
The fourth eldest child of the Al Qaeda mastermind was admitted to a psychiatric hospital last week with drug-induced schizophrenia.
Omar Bin Laden and his wife Zaina, from Cheshire, revealed last month that they'd been hoping to have a baby with surrogate mother Louise Pollard from Bristol.
Mrs Pollard was had fertility treatment in an attempt to conceive using the sperm of 29-year-old Omar and the eggs of his 54-year-old wife Jane Felix Browne - who changed her name to Zaina when they married.

After the third attempt, Mrs Pollard, 29, vowed to try again. It was unclear last night whether or not the fourth round of IVF treatment had been a success.
Bin Laden has had several visa applications to live in Britain rejected. A British son may help his case, although Home Office officials said he would not automatically be granted a visa.
The couple split after weeks of erratic behaviour which saw Bin Laden racking up £3,000 of motoring fines and going on wild shopping sprees.
His wife told the Sun she was heartbroken but couldn't cope anymore.
She said: 'Our wedding vows said "in sickness and in health" but if this goes on any longer I could end up dead.' The couple met in Egypt in 2006 and enjoyed a whirlwind romance before getting married.
Zaina, who had been married six times before, revealed she knew Bin Laden had bipolar disorder when she met him. She said: 'He'd have manic periods when he was very enthusiastic about everything.
Voices: Omar bin Laden's strange behaviour has included hearing the voice of his terrorist father in his head
Voices: Omar bin Laden's strange behaviour has included hearing the voice of his terrorist father in his head
'Then crashing lows when he would be quiet and subdued, staying in bed all day and not going to sleep until late at night.'
The grandmother of five blames her husband's troubles solely on his father and the terrorist atrocities he inspired.
She said: 'There's no one else responsible for this. Omar loves and hates Osama at the same time.
'He loves him because he is his father but hates what he has done. I think he suffered post-traumatic stress disorder after 9/11. Seeing what his dad done ruined Omar's life.'
She also claimed that the row over his visa combined with Bin Laden family pressures led to her husband's mental state worsening.
He had been living in Qatar and keeping in touch with his wife by phoning and emailing her daily at her home in Moulton, Cheshire.
Ten days ago, concerned at the condition he was in, Zaina flew to Qatar where she took her husband to a doctor. He was immediately referred to a psychiatric unit. But after three days he checked himself out and his bizarre behaviour continued.
The final straw came when he took the car out and was driving erratically when Zaina was with him. She said: 'It was as if he had drunk ten pints. I was trying to lean over and grab the wheel, I didn't want to die in a crash.
'When we got back I told him I wanted a divorce and returned to England on Monday.
'I still love him with all my heart but I just can't be with him until he is better.'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1293277/Bin-Ladens-son-wife-Zaina-split-heard-Osamas-voice-head.html#ixzz12LDtcRML

I'm carrying Bin Laden's surrogate grandchild... but the baby's parents have split up

 Louise Pollard
Positive test: Surrogate mother Louise Pollard with Zaina Bin Laden
The woman who agreed to become a surrogate mother for Osama Bin Laden's son and his British wife has discovered she is pregnant - just as the couple have split up.
Louise Pollard, a 24-year-old PA from Bristol, took a pregnancy test only a fortnight after embryos were implanted during IVF treatment in the United Arab Emirates, and the result was positive.
At the third attempt, she is expecting Osama Bin Laden's British grandchild.
As the Mail revealed last month, Omar Bin Laden, 29, and his wife, Zaina, 54 (a six-times-married grandmother of five who used to go by the name of Jane Felix-Browne), hired Louise to carry a child for them.
The embryos were to be created with Omar's sperm and Zaina's eggs. Despite her age, Zaina insists the eggs - fertilised two years ago with her husband's sperm and then frozen - really are her own.
That, of course, was incredible enough. But the story has taken yet another twist.
Yesterday, Zaina Bin Laden revealed that she had dumped her husband after he was diagnosed with schizophrenia following weeks of erratic behaviour during which he began to hear his father's voice in his head.
So what does Louise make of all this?
'When I did the pregnancy test, I was over the moon for them,' she said at a secret location in Britain where she and Zaina Bin Laden are supporting each other.
'This was before it emerged that Omar and Zaina had broken up. I'm still happy they're having the baby they've dreamt about but I feel very nervous.'
As well she might, for there are those who believe her actions to be, at best, misguided and, at worst, contemptible.
'I've had many offensive messages from strangers on Facebook and hate mail. Some people have said I should be stabbed in the stomach, others have said they hope the baby dies.'


The apparent breakdown of the Bin Ladens' marriage is a further blow.
'Although Zaina has assured me the split is just a temporary break until Omar is better, I do feel let down. My intention in going through IVF treatment was to give them a baby as a married couple, to complete their family.'
Even so, Louise - who has a son, Jaden, from a previous relationship - intends to press ahead with the pregnancy.
'I can't criticise single mothers or say Zaina won't do a good job raising the baby alone because I was a single mum myself, and I know Zaina will be a great mum.
'But, having put myself through three gruelling rounds of IVF for, as I believed, a couple who had a stable relationship, I am concerned. I'm also in shock.
Omar Bin Laden
Osama bin Laden
Father and son: Omar Bin Laden, left, has been hearing the voice of his father, Osama Bin Laden, in his head
'When I was with them, they appeared extremely happy. It all changed after I had the IVF treatment. The day before I was due to fly home, Omar flipped and I started thinking "What have I done?"
'I had no idea that Omar was about to have a breakdown and that they would break up. And now I'm pregnant it's too late. I certainly wouldn't terminate a pregnancy after going through IVF three times to achieve it.
'I know people will think firstly, "Why is this woman having a surrogate baby for Omar Bin Laden?" and secondly, "Why is she doing this for a man who is mentally ill?"
'I want to make it crystal clear that I did not know there was anything wrong with Omar. I knew he had depression, but then so do lots of men who, with medication, are able to have happy family lives.'
Despite Omar's current mental state, he is, says Louise, delighted with the news of the baby and looking forward to being a father again (he has a seven-year-old son from a previous marriage).
'He phoned me on Wednesday, after I found out, and said he's really pleased. He had been released from the psychiatric hospital and was at home.
Omar Bin Laden and his wife Zaina
Marriage breakdown: Omar Bin Laden and his wife Zaina, from Cheshire, split after he began to suffer with mental illness
'I asked him if he'd like a boy or a girl, and he said a boy. He said girls have a hard time in the Muslim culture, but that it's easier for a boy.'
That a 24-year-old from Bristol is now carrying the grandchild of the world's most wanted man is extraordinary. That its father is also so troubled should surely concern her even more.
But Louise remains unrepentant: 'Omar's breakdown is far from ideal, but he's haunted by his past and the legacy of his name, but whatever Osama Bin Laden has done, the baby I am carrying is innocent.'
The procedure was carried out in the United Arab Emirates, where Omar Bin Laden lives (his wife splits her time between homes there and in Cheshire).
'After calling at the fertility clinic for a scan, we had some drinks at a nearby hotel and Omar was the perfect gentleman.
That night we watched a DVD, and Omar and Zaina were cuddling together on the sofa. She was so content that she fell asleep in his arms.
Mr & Mrs Bin Laden
Mr & Mrs Bin Laden: The couple pictured together in happier times in the desert near Giza, Cairo, Egypt
'On Saturday morning, Zaina and I went to the clinic for treatment and that evening, we all watched the England football game. But while the match was on, Omar got some bad news from his family and was clearly upset.
I don't know what it was about, but when we all got back to their apartment they had a row. I wasn't too concerned. All couples row, don't they?'
But by the next morning, it was clear that Omar's mood had dramatically shifted.
Louise recalled: 'Omar drove us into town, and he was going round roundabouts without looking and mounting the pavement.
'He was completely reckless and Zaina and I were shouting at him. I was terrified, I thought we'd die. Then he went to a shop and spent around £1,000 without even trying anything on.
'When we got back, he started saying he wanted to divorce me. Zaina and I thought he was joking at first - we said to him he'd signed a surrogacy contract with me, not a marriage one.
'But he was shouting "I want to divorce Louise, I want to divorce Louise" and Zaina was shouting "You're not married to Louise".
'I felt really alarmed, I wondered what I'd got myself into.'
The next day, Louise flew back to the UK. But, 48 hours later, she heard that Omar had announced on local TV that he and Zaina were to divorce. Horrified, Louise phoned Zaina.
'Zaina told me that, after I'd left, Omar had been sectioned and diagnosed with schizophrenia. She said he'd been hearing the voice of his father in his head, that she couldn't take any more and was leaving him and flying out of the country.
'I was very upset and angry that they were even talking about getting divorced. At that point, I didn't know I was pregnant. But when I found out, I was thinking, "What about the baby?"'
It is a distressing development in a tale that began earlier this year, when Zaina contacted Louise via the website www. surrogatemother.com.
As the Daily Mail reported exclusively last month, when Louise realised the connection with Osama Bin Laden, she immediately turned Zaina down. It was only on reflection that she changed her mind.
Omar bin Laden, right, and his British wife Jane Felix-Brown,
Omar Bin Laden, right, and his wife Zaina, formerly known as Jane Felix-Brown
'I basically thought that if I don't help this couple then no one will,' said Louise, who describes surrogacy as her 'calling' and has already had two babies for a London-based childless couple in their 40s.
She met Zaina and decided to go ahead.
'I am only getting my expenses paid. The law in the UK states a maximum payment of £12,000 can be made to surrogates to cover expenses only.'
Did she never notice anything strange about Omar's behaviour?
'I noticed that Zaina really looked after him - she'd make him go to bed early to stop him getting tired. Then I saw him taking some medication.
'Zaina told me it was anti-depressants as he had bipolar disorder, but that his condition was under control. I wasn't worried - depression is such a common illness and given his history, it's hardly surprising Omar's suffered.
'I'd never imagined he end up sectioned because of it.'
Despite his erratic behaviour, she remains fond of Omar. 'During the trips I've been out to the UAE, I've grown close to Omar and Zaina. I genuinely care for him and, the baby aside, it's upsetting for me to hear he is in such a state.'
For now, with a Bin Laden baby forming inside her, Louise is hoping that the couple will reconcile.
'Zaina is saying if they don't get back together, she will raise the baby alone and it will attend a normal school in the UK, but I know she sees this split as temporary,' she said.
'She really thinks they will get back together.
'As for me, I'm pregnant now, and all being well I will go on to have the baby. So I have no choice but to make the best of the situation.'
Louise had hoped to keep her relationship with the Bin Ladens secret, but after a family member of hers informed a downmarket newspaper she found herself at the centre of a media storm.
'It was awful, which is why I felt compelled to put my side of the story across,' she says.
'I'm terrified about the reaction I'm going to get. I want people to realise I did this with the best of intentions and that I don't believe this unborn child should have to suffer.'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1293527/Im-carrying-Bin-Ladens-surrogate-grandchild--babys-parents-split-up.html#ixzz12LBE5eFp

So SO SO..I wonder..what will happen to the baby?another bin laden surname???poor thing!!


Bin Laden's son dumped by first wife for marrying Brit granny

Bin Laden's son dumped by first wife for marrying Brit granny

London August 4

Osama bin Laden's fourth son Omar has been dumped by his Saudi wife for marrying an English grandmother, a British tabloid reported here today.

Rasha bin Laden, who is in her 20s and lived with her 27-year-old husband along their two-year-old son at Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, has vowed never to return to Omar until he leaves 51-year-old Jane Felix-Browne, 'The Sun' reported.

In fact, Omar's first wife Rasha is enraged by the publicity over her husband's second marriage to the five-time British divorcee.

"Rasha feels left out. Jane's always in the limelight -- the papers in Saudi Arabia are full of stories about her marriage to Omar. Rasha's made it clear she won't return unless things change," a source was quoted as saying.

Though Saudi law permits a man to have more than one wife, the unnamed source said, "Rasha feels humiliated. But Omar refuses to give up Jane so the marriage looks doomed." "I was told by my family that they do not approve of the marriage and there will be consequences. But I love my second wife and am not going to divorce her. I am going to struggle along with her and this will all settle down," Omar had earlier said.

When contacted, the 51-year-old daughter-in-law of Osama bin Laden who is still trying to acquire a visa to visit her latest hubby in Saudi Arabia, told the tabloid that she did not want to comment on Omar's troubled first marriage.

Omar, who runs a scrap-metal business in Jeddah, recently married his besotted bride in an Islamic ceremony at a friend's house in Cairo with just two of his relatives as witnesses, following a whirlwind romance which began in Egypt last September when he spotted Felix-Brown riding a horse near the Great Pyramid.


britney spears vs paparazzi

World Updates
Wednesday August 1, 2007

Britney Spears accused of threatening to kill paparazzi outside Las Vegas spa

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Britney Spears threw a baby bottle and threatened two photographers after they took pictures of her leaving a Las Vegas spa, the photographers said in a statement.

Spears yelled "I am going to kill you!'' and cursed at Andrew Deetz, a photographer who says he was beaten by Spears' bodyguard on Thursday, according to a statement released Tuesday by Deetz's lawyers.

Deetz, 24, is preparing to sue, his lawyers said. The other photographer involved was Kyle Henderson, 23. They both work for a celebrity photography company called Flynet Pictures, which sells to such publications as People and US Weekly, according to Daniel Kogan, a spokesman for Deetz's lawyers.

The men were taking pictures of Spears, 25, as she and her children _ 22-month-old Sean Preston Federline and 10-month-old Jayden James Federline _ left the spa at the Wynn Las Vegas casino-hotel around 11:30 a.m., accompanied by two bodyguards.

One bodyguard, Cesar Julio Camera, 37, pushed Henderson against the wall until Wynn security intervened and asked Henderson to leave, the statement said.

As they were about 30 paces away and walking in the opposite direction, Camera attacked Deetz from behind, threw him on the ground and punched and kicked him until security pulled him off, it said.

Afterward, Spears ran toward Henderson but was stopped by security, and then threw a baby bottle at him, it said.

Then, in front of several other hotel guests and bystanders, Spears threatened to kill Deetz and said he should get a restraining order against her because she was going to kill him or hire someone that would, it said.

Camera also told Deetz on July 23 outside the Lisa Kline boutique in Beverly Hills, "I have unfinished business with you,'' the statement alleged. Spears' lawyer Gary Stiffelman declined to comment. Wynn Las Vegas released a statement confirming that Spears stayed at the hotel and left on Thursday, but also declined to discuss the confrontation.

"We respect the privacy and do our utmost to maintain the anonymity of our guests,'' it said.

Las Vegas police issued a summons for a charge of battery to Camera, the only person cited. He could face up to six months in county jail and a $1,000 (euro730) fine if convicted.

Stiffelman's office would not relay messages to Camera seeking comment, and The Associated Press was unable to find a phone number for him. - AP