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Posted at 09:57 AM ET, 06/08/2011

Hayden Panettiere reportedly dating Scotty McKnight; Charlie Sheen is selling Sober Valley Lodge

Hayden Panettiere: moving forward with a New York Jet? (Dario Cantatore - GETTY IMAGES)

Hayden Panettiere , who was rumored to be dating New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, is actually dating one of Sanchez’s friends: New York Jets wide receiver Scotty McKnight. The “Scream 4” star has reportedly begun seeing the NFL player about a month after her break-up with boxer Wladimir Klitschko. (Us)

Charlie Sheen has listed his mansion for sale. You could be the proud owners of Sober Valley Lodge for a mere $7.2 million. (Entertainment Weekly)

Snooki has reportedly broken up with boyfriend Jionni LaValle. (Popeater)

Laurence Fishburne is leaving “CSI” after two-and-a-half seasons. (E!’s Watch With Kristin)

Chris Noth thinks this whole Anthony Weiner debacle will be forgotten in a month. “You know, it was kind of stupid to have a name like Weiner and then be doing that when you’re a politician,” he notes. You know, it’s always good to hear what Big has to say about Weiner. (A-hem.) (The Hollywood Reporter)

A lawsuit against Kevin Costner moves forward and Reese Witherspoon plans to crash a bachelor party, after the jump.

A judge has ruled that Kevin Costner must face the lawsuit filed by Stephen Baldwin and others, who claim the “Dances With Wolves” star cheated them out of their share of profits from the oil/water separating machines used to help clean up the BP oil spill. (Bloomberg)

Reese Witherspoon has signed on to star in “Who Invited Her?,” a comedy about a woman who tags along on a guys’ bachelor party weekend. (Vulture)

Kyle Chandler takes a mid-interview portrait with David Letterman on “The Late Show”:

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