Jerry Seinfeld and Shoshanna Lonstein Jerry Seinfeld was at the peak of his success while starring in his iconic TV series, “Seinfeld,” and had his pick of ladies – not that there was anything wrong with that.However, the one who caught his eye in Central Park in 1993 was Shoshanna Lonstein – who was just 17 and a senior at the private Nightingale-Bamford School in Manhattan.Just 17, she had grown close to her 29-year-old “Heroes” co-star Milo Ventimiglia, who played her uncle on the sci-fi TV series.
Lohan's mom, Dina, later called Valderrama her daughter's "first love."Wilmer Valderrama and Mandy Moore Valderrama had previous experience with younger ladies.
In 2000, Mandy Moore was a fresh-faced 16-year-old who had recently landed a Neutrogena contract and her own show on MTV.
Before she even entered her teen years, she was introduced to hip-hop singer/producer R. Not only did he become the lead songwriter on her album, which was released when she turned 15, but he also reportedly became her husband after she said “I do” to the then-27-year-old during a secret ceremony.
The relationship soon soured and it wasn’t a topic Aaliyah wanted to discuss.
When Vibe produced a copy of the marriage license in 1995, she responded, "I'm not married.
That's all I really want to say about it." In 2001, Aaliyah died in a plane crash when she was just 22.
She then quickly filed for divorce and started dating the famed comedian.
Wilmer Valderrama and Lindsay Lohan Lindsay Lohan’s antics have long been making headlines – even back in 2004. Although they were often seen together, they didn’t publicly acknowledge their relationship until Lohan turned 18 that July.
In the years following her death, Kelly was involved in a legal drama over a video which reportedly showed him having sex with his then-underage goddaughter.