Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are about to get divorced -- finally. Although they split up two years ago, they've yet to make it official because they've been haggling over money. Ashton became the highest-paid actor on TV when he signed onto CBS's Two and a Half Men, and Demi was reportedly looking for spousal support -- even though she's worth a reported $150 million herself. But now the New York Post says they've reached an agreement and put ink on paper. The documents should be filed in court next week.
Michael Jackson's former doctor Conrad Murray wants to get back to work after his two-year prison stint -- and he's suing the state of Texas to try to get his license back. Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for his involvement in Jacko's death, had his license suspended in both California and Texas -- and the latter state yanked it altogether back in February. Murray says he's more than $400,000 in debt and can't even afford to pay court costs, so he needs to find a job somewhere. Maybe In and Out Burger, his first post-jail stop, is hiring.
Justin Bieber interrupted his tour of South America to go to the wall for Chris Brown -- a wall that he tagged with graffiti in support of the troubled singer. Justin had a day off in Bogota, Colombia, where he went on a spray paint spree, tagging a wall with "Free Breezy," as well as a couple of pro-marijuana messages and a tribute to his pet hamster, which died last year in the custody of a fan. If you're worried about The Bieb messing up his permanent record, don't fret -- street art is completely legal in Colombia's capital city.
Tori Spelling may have the answer to her financial woes -- porn company Vivid Entertainment wants to buy her sex tape. Vivid, which put out Farrah Abraham's porn flick earlier this year, is apparently willing to pay big bucks for Tori's tape. CEO Steve Hirsch has penned her a letter saying, "This is a serious offer for a real tape, and it could yield significant returns to help you through your difficult financial situation." Tori admits that she and hubby Dean McDermott turned the cameras on themselves in 2009, but that one of Dean's biker buddies got a hold of the video after he uploaded it to his computer.