(Pretoria, South Africa) -- An affidavit filed by family members says "Nelson Mandela's health is perilous." The document dated last month says the former South African president is assisted in breathing by a life support machine, and "the anticipation of his impending death is based on real and substantial grounds." The African newspaper "Mail & Guardian" says the affidavit was filed in court by Mandela family members who are in a legal battle with other relatives over where the 94-year-old anti-apartheid revolutionary will be buried. Mandela remains in a Pretoria hospital where he's being treated for an ongoing lung infection.
Kelsey Grammer is expecting his sixth child. This will be his second with new wife Kayte. The couple, who wed in 2011, already have a 19-month-old daughter named Faith Evangeline Elisa. Kelsey has four other children -- who range in age from 30 to 9 -- from previous relationships.