Los Angeles prosecutors have filed criminal charges against a private investigator for allegedly planting a tracking device in the vehicle of Richard Simmons’ caretaker. The two-count complaint was filed on Thursday in state court by Los Angeles City Attorney Michael N. Feuer, alleging that Los Angeles-based private investigator Scott Brian Mathews had violated a section […]
Fitness guru Richard Simmons and his caretaker Teresa Reveles have filed a lawsuit against private investigator Scott Brian Mathews, alleging that Mathews put a tracking device on Reveles’ car “to track her and Mr. Simmons’ whereabouts in an attempt to gather information about Simmons.”
A judgment has been made in the reclusive fitness fanatic’s libel and invasion of privacy lawsuit against American Media for tabloid stories stating that he had “undergone shocking sex surgery to change from a man to a woman."
Richard Simmons is speaking out to fans for the first time since he stepped out of the spotlight three years ago, telling PEOPLE exclusively “I hope to see you all soon.”
Jane Fonda burned a lot of calories in 1985. Jane Fonda kicked up more than her leg warmers when she released her first workout video in 1982. Suddenly, celebrity fitness vids were all the rage, and everyone from Alyssa Milano to Cher lined up behind her to offer their own sweat sessions.
In a telephone interview with Today’s Savannah Guthrie, Richard Simmons addressed rumors surrounding his 2 year absence from public life. A report from New York Daily Mail over the weekend claimed that Simmons was being held against his will by his housekeeper Teresa Reveles. “I just sort of wanted to be a little bit of a loaner for a while,” explained Simmons, “You know I had hurt my knee, Savannah, and I had some problems with it.