FREEBIRD! O'Neal (Photo: Getty Images) Last night, at the restaurant/bar Broadway East on Manhattan's Lower East Side, a handful of the city's gay media mafia joined a smattering of reporters and assorted random old folks to help celebrate the debut of Assisted Loving, former New York Times Sunday Styles columnist Bob Morris' amusing tale of helping his octogenarian father find love in the aftermath of his longtime wife's death. The party, sponsored by the Accompanied Literary Society, promised makeshift karaoke near the bar and a ukulele performance by Morris. The invite did not note that Tatum O'Neal, the famous child actress who was recently arrested for allegedly attempting to by crack cocaine near her luxury Manhattan apartment building (located just a few blocks away from Broadway East), would show up.
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