Authors dream of having a book they wrote end up on the New York Times Best Seller's list. Former soap star Victoria Rowell (ex-Dru) saw her dream come true with the publication of her well-received memoir, The Women Who Raised Me. Unfortunately, Rowell's dream has apparently turned into a nightmare, when it pertains securing royalties she claims she's due for sales of the tome. Here's what she tweeted:
Sad news for soap alum Victoria Rowell. TMZ is reporting The Young and the Restless grad and famed sculptor hubby Radcliffe Bailey are getting a divorce. From the report:
Victoria's husband, collage artist and sculptor Radcliffe Bailey, filed to end their 4-year marriage. TMZ has obtained the settlement agreement, which shows the couple had a prenup so no money was on the line. And, they had no kids, so it seems the divorce was pretty simple, with one caveat.
According to the settlement, "Each agrees that he or she shall not in any manner disturb, bother, harass or otherwise interfere with the other party." READ MORE
Former The Young and the Restless star Victoria Rowell (ex-Drucilla) was among the celebrities who turned out to support The Alliance for Children’s Rights Dinner on March 7 at the Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Everyone from teen sensation Selena Gomez to Mike & Molly’s Billy Gardell attended the event. See more photos after the jump!
Fans hoping for the day Victoria Rowell would reprise the role of Drucilla Winters on The Young and the Restless received bad news today. The always outspoken actress and author tweeted that Sony TV's Steve Kent, as well as CBS President Leslie Moonves, aren't interested in bringing her or the character of Dru back to the serial. Said Rowell: