HAILEY GLASSMAN, on-again, off-again girlfriend of Berks County baby daddy Jon Gosselin, will referee the girl-on-girl matches Dec. 18 at the Philadelphia Airport Ramada during the next Celebrity Boxing event.
She might not have any fighting experience, but she might soon, after hearing Monday that Gosselin cheated on her. She learned that while being deposed by lawyers for TLC, which has sued Gosselin for breach of contract.
Glassman, 22, who shares an apartment with Gosselin, told RadarOnline.com, "He became a monster. He's a master manipulator and a compulsive liar." She said that although they do live together, she wants him out of her life.
She'll oversee several female fights at the Celebrity Boxing event, which features briefly emasculated John Wayne Bobbitt against South Philly's Tony Fusco in the main event, and several bouts with real fighters.
Tickets are available by calling 800-677-8499 or at the door.
Glassman and the female fighters will attend an open-to-the-public press conference at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Grey Social (132 Chestnut), where Celebrity Boxing Federation promoter Damon Feldman, just profiled in Philadelphia magazine, will be on hand.
Out and about
Philadelphia International Airport passengers did a double-take Monday, when they saw US Airways hero Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger III strolling through the airport with another pilot. Sully, of course, performed a safe emergency landing in January of Flight 1549 on the Hudson River, saving the lives of 155 passengers.
* "The Executioner" Bernard
Hopkins, who defeated Enrique Ornelas last week at the Liacouras Center, stopped for breakfast with a few associates yesterday at Sabrina's (1804 Callowhill).
* Outgoing District Attorney
Lynne Abraham arrived at the Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO annual holiday party yesterday afternoon at the Sheraton City Center just after incoming D.A. Seth Williams left. State Sen. Larry Farnese was among invited guests of local AFL-CIO President Pat Eiding, as were former U.S. attorney/likely gubernatorial candidate Patrick Meehan and Jonathan Saidel, who's running for lieutenant governor.
Flyers Scott Hartnell, Braydon Coburn, Ryan Parent, Darroll Powe and Mike Pyorala are scheduled to sign autographs tonight for a good cause. The guys will appear from 7 to 8 at the Field House (1150 Filbert) as part of the Cocktails for a Cause event to benefit the Firefly Literacy Fund, which helps promote reading to children from lower-income families. The event runs from 6:30 to 9:30; $20 at the door.
* Indianapolis Colts defensive
tackle Raheem Brock, a former Dobbins High and Temple star, took new video-game systems to Shriners Hospital for Children Monday night and stayed to talk about his life in the NFL.
* Daily News sportswriter Ed
Barkowitz will man the bar at Downey's (Front & South) from about 8 to 11 tomorrow night to help raise money, and toys, for Toys for Tots. Bring a new toy or a cash donation.
Naval gospel at West Catholic
Midshipmen don't just come to Philadelphia to play football. The Gospel Choir of the U.S. Naval Academy will sing at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Cardinal O'Connor Auditorium at West Catholic High (45th & Chestnut). The event is free and open to the public.
Cross keeps making films
Actor/filmmaker Jonathan Cross' shorts "Calling Augie" and "Mickey Boy" will soon be available online at filmbaby.com. Cross, now in production of his fifth film, "The Bookie," has also completed post-production for his second feature film, "Goodbye Charlie Damien." Its trailer, and that of his earlier film, "Cry of the Drummer," is on YouTube.