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Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada is expanding her family.
"I am so excited to announce a wonderful blessing — I'm pregnant!" Lozada told People.
The reality star, who divorced Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson in 2012, is six months along. She is keeping the identity of the baby's father a secret.
Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson has been charged with misdemeanor battery, springing from the August incident with his then wife Evelyn Lozada, TMZ.com reports.
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14. Mr. Wrong Award: Never go out again with a guy who sleeps with you and then goes MIA for three months. Maura never gets that memo on Rizzoli & Isles, as her on-again beau Dennis (guest star Eddie Cibrian) turns out to be the serial killer that Jane has been tracking. As police burst into his home, interrupting their "date," Dennis takes Maura hostage and explains that she ...
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Following Chad Ochocinco Johnson's arrest, his wife Evelyn Lozada has filed for divorce, TMZ.com reports.
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NFL wide receiver and Dancing with the Stars alum Chad Ochocinco (né Johnson) was arrested on domestic violence charges, NFL.com reports.
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Chad Ochocinco is changing his name — again.
The Cincinnati Bengals player told ESPN's NFL Live Tuesday that he's losing the "Ochocinco" and plans to legally go back to his former last name, Johnson.