FORT WAYNE, Ind. – A former porn star from Fort Wayne who recently has become known as one of actor Charlie Sheen’s “goddesses” has had her driver’s license suspended for 90 days after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor drunken driving charge in her hometown.

A judge on Tuesday also sentenced 24-year-old Rachel Oberlin to a year on probation. She was arrested Feb. 3 after police say she crashed into a light pole and didn’t adequately participate in a breath test.

The Journal Gazette reported that Oberlin and her attorney quickly left the courtroom after the hearing and didn’t comment. Attorney Randy Fisher said last week that Oberlin had recently split with Sheen.

Will Ferrell dusts off his Bush impression for bin Laden spoof

NEW YORK – Will Ferrell has returned to his President George W. Bush impression, this time to respond to the death of terrorist Osama bin Laden.

In a Web video posted Wednesday on Funny Or Die, Ferrell’s Bush sends his remarks from a Sizzler steakhouse in Texas. His message? He has personally overseen a “strategic and covert operation,” killing a gopher that had been terrorizing his backyard.

The parody ends with the Bush character getting the news that bin Laden has been killed. That makes “two good things,” he says.

Ferrell’s impression of Bush was popular on “Saturday Night Live.” He resurrected it in a 2009 Broadway show, as well as in sporadic videos.

Watched by more than 110,000 people by Wednesday afternoon, the video was rapidly gaining viewers.

The Corleones never die

NEW YORK – The world has not seen the last of the Corleones.

“The Family Corleone,” an authorized prequel to the late Mario Puzo’s classic “The Godfather,” is scheduled for publication in 2012. Grand Central Publishing said Wednesday that the novel would be written by Ed Falco, an award-winning author and poet. The book will be set in New York in the 1930s and is based on an unproduced screenplay by Puzo.

Puzo’s novel has sold more than 20 million copies and was the basis for the Oscar-winning movie of the same name. Puzo died in 1999. In recent years, two sequels have been released: “The Godfather’s Return” and “The Godfather’s Revenge,” both by Mark Winegardner.

Expect deaths, tears in ‘Vampire Diaries’ finale

NEW YORK – “Vampire Diaries” fans note: Nina Dobrev warns of a “gut-wrenching” season finale in which “people will die.”

Dobrev is not giving hints about who will go, but predicts “there will be a lot of tears” among the cast, crew and viewers of the CW hit.

The actress, who says the cast knows little more than the audience about writers’ plans, says she was as surprised as anyone that the key plotline involving a “sun and moon curse” turned out to be a ruse for character Klaus, who is scheming to become a vampire/werewolf hybrid. Dobrev thinks it was a clever move to make Klaus seem more diabolical.

Dobrev co-stars with Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley, who play vampire brothers obsessed with her two characters on the show: the sweet human Elena and the evil vampire ancestor Katherine.

The “Vampire Diaries” finale airs May 12.