NYPD share details about the ongoing investigation in to Philip Seymour Hoffman's death on the same day that Paul Walker's last will and testament is revealed, sharing details on the late star's estate. Those are today's top stories, along with tour news from Ke$ha and Super Bowl confessions from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Arrests Made In Philip Seymour Hoffman Death
The NYPD confirmed on Tuesday that four drug dealers have been arrested in connection with the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, though no further details have been released. A private funeral service will be held in New York on Friday for the Oscar winning actor, who died Sunday from an apparent heroin overdose.
Paul Walker's Daughter Is Getting Everything
The "Fast & Furious" star, who died in a car crash in November, has left his entire estate to his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow Rain. Walker's last will and testament, prepared in 2001, when the actor was only 28, names his mother as Meadow's guardian and states his assets at $25 million.
Ke$ha Postpones Tour For More Treatment
The "Timber" singer has postponed performance dates in March and April to continue treatment for an eating disorder. After entering a rehab facility in early January, Ke$ha said she needed to "follow my doctor's advice and get my health back on track" and thanked her Animals for their support.
Chili Peppers Played Super Bowl 'Unplugged'
Red Hot Chili Peppers confirmed on Tuesday what many acute Super Bowl viewers took to Twitter to note: the band wasn't actually playing. Singer Anthony Kiedis sang live but instruments were all mimed. According to a lengthy letter penned by bassist Flea, there was "not any room for argument on this, the NFL does not want to risk their show being botched," and despite being against it, the band couldn't turn down the rare opportunity. Regardless, they sure put on a good show.