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Posted at 5:43 PM ET, 01/31/2011

In other news...: Toni Braxton facing forclosure; Aaron Sorkin takes on cable news in new TV series; David Arquette out of rehab

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Toni Braxton, 2010. (Andreas Branch/Sipa Press)

  • A bankruptcy judge has allowed a bank to begin foreclosure proceedings on the Georgia home of '90s hitmaker Toni Braxton. The Maryland-bred singer, who filed for Chapter 7 last fall, has no equity and owes $1.5 million on a home now worth $1.2 million, the Wall Street Journal reports.

  • Aaron Sorkin's next project (after either winning or losing an Oscar for "The Social Network" this month) will be a TV series about the behind-the-scenes at a cable news show. HBO just ordered a pilot, reports TheWrap.com; no casting yet.

  • David Arquette has finished a month-long stint in rehab, the actor's rep told the AP Monday.

  • By The Reliable Source  | January 31, 2011; 5:43 PM ET
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