Your July 4th weekend gossip roundup
• A confessed anorexic has sued an old supervisor at Rachael Ray's talk show, claiming he was faced with discrimination against anorexics, the New York Post says. Shouldn't people who work for TV chefs, you know, be able to eat?
• Paul Hogan (right) is being investigate by the Australian Tax Office for tax evasion, saying, "Come get me, you miserable bastards," the Australian reports. We picture him telling Wesley Snipes, "That's not tax evasion, this is tax evasion."
• Speaking of Wesley Snipes, a judge has ruled the actor can leave the country to film Gallowwalker and Chasing the Dragon, the AP reports. He didn't rule on whether anyone will see those movies or not, but the court of public opinion will likely condemn him.
• The AP says Eminem has been sued by a Michigan man who claims the rapper punched him in a strip club -- two years ago. This only proves the statute of limitations on stupid never expires.
• Ashley Dupre, the chica de la noche favored by Eliot Spitzer, has dropped her $10 million lawsuit against Girls Gone Wild mogul Joe Francis, the Chicago Tribune reports. Apparently giving a fake ID and insisting you're 18 isn't good for lawsuits saying you were tricked into signing contracts to get naked.
• Christina Applegate's sometimes-boyfriend, Lee Grivas, was found dead on his living room floor of an apparent heroin overdose, E! Online reports. Police are investigating, but the big syringe found at the scene is probably a good clue.