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In other news...: Russian spy rumors shot down; Levi Johnston to be a dad again; delegate Ashley Judd

Anna Chapman. (Alexander Zemlianichenko/Associated Press)

The FBI spent Tuesday stamping out a too-good-to-check story about a sexy Russian spy getting cozy with a member of President Obama’s cabinet. “There is no allegation or suggestion in the complaint that Anna Chapman or anyone else associated with this investigation attempted to seduce a U.S. Cabinet official,” said a spokeswoman. The statement was issued after the BBC aired a documentary, in which FBI head of counterintelligence Frank Figliuzzi said feds swooped in back in 2010 because the spies were getting too close for comfort to a cabinet secretary. U.K. papers went wild with pictures of Chapman, but Figliuzzi never actually mentioned anyone by name and stuck to the facts of the 2010 criminal complaint — which didn’t include any sex scenes.

Levi Johnston is about to become a dad again, his rep told US Weekly Tuesday. The ex of Bristol Palin and father of 3-year-old son Tripp is expecting a child with Sunny Oglesby, his girlfriend for the past year.

Ashley Judd has been elected as one of Tennessee's delegates to the Democratic National Convention this fall, reports the Tennessean. The actress, who lives on a farm outside Franklin, has dabbled in local politics for several years.

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