Shannen Doherty made an emergency call to the police after a fan threatened to harm herself on Twitter
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According to E! Online, a 27-year-old New Jersey woman told Doherty that she would do something "drastic" if Doherty didn't call her. The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum immediately called the police, who then went to the woman's house. A spokesperson from the Westampton Township Police Department said they spoke to the woman and found no signs that she tried to hurt herself. She also admitted that she had no intention to do so.
Shannen Doherty has gotten married for the third time, exchanging "I dos" in Malibu, Calif., with celebrity-portrait photographer Kurt Iswarienko, People reports.
Saturday's ceremony was a black-tie affair and took place at a private estate in front of 170 guests. The nuptials reportedly will air on the season finale of Doherty's upcoming WEtv reality series with her husband about planning for the wedding. The show is set to premiere in...
Shannen Doherty is returning to television in her own reality series for WEtv, a network rep confirms.
The yet-untitled program will follow the former Beverly Hills, 90210 star as she prepares to wed photographer Kurt Iswarienko, according to Entertainment Weekly, which first reported the news. The series will show...
Move over, Sharktopus: Syfy's next batch of campy TV movies include zombies, a Jersey Shore shark attack, Danny Bonaduce fighting Bigfoot and Shannen Doherty as Hansel's long-lost sister.
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After a 29-year career on the screen — not to mention the Dancing with the Stars floor — Shannen Doherty has a new goal: to go viral.
"The web's ... definitely an area I've been looking to get into," Doherty tells TVGuide.com. "I think it's an interesting way to view content. It doesn't cost a lot of money and you don't have to go through [red tape] to get your projects out there. I think before there was a stigma about doing things online and people were maybe [hesitant] about it, but it's really come into its own the past few years. It's definitely the future."
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Doherty's first foray into the medium is on FEARnet.com's Mari Kari, which premieres Thursday. Modeled after ...