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Vonn to be on ‘Law & Order’

Lindsey Vonn is a big fan of “Law & Order,” and now the Olympic gold medalist will play a bit part on the long-running series. In the drama’s season finale, the skier will play an administrative assistant with a clue in a case involving a terrorist, NBC said. The actual date the episode will air has not been announced, but it will be shown in May. The show airs at 10 p.m. Mondays on KVBC-TV, Channel 3.

‘Hills’ star charged

Jason Wahler, who formerly appeared on “The Hills,” has been charged with drunken driving in California. Wahler, 23, was charged Monday with misdemeanor driving under the influence and having a blood-alcohol level over the limit of .08 percent. District attorney spokeswoman Farrah Emami says he could face up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine if he is convicted. Emami said Wahler was stopped by Newport Beach police on March 19 and had a blood alcohol level of .19 percent.

Divorce terms finalized

James Van Der Beek has finalized his divorce terms, court records show. He and his wife, actress Heather McComb, have been married seven years. Their divorce will be official June 3. The former “Dawson’s Creek” star filed for divorce in November, but court filings show he said they separated months earlier.

Compiled from wire reports by Melissa Sullivan

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