The brother of "Modern Family" star Sofia Vergara has been deported from Miami back to Colombia, the actress has revealed and immigration authorities have confirmed. Vergara, 39, who stars on the hit ABC television show and the movie "Smurfs," told Star magazine that her younger brother, Julio Vergara, 34, was deported because of "his many arrests." He was arrested dozens of times for drinking in public, assault and battery, grand theft and drug possession. An Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman said: "An immigration judge determined that he was no longer eligible to remain in the U.S. because his criminal convictions are considered felonies under U.S. immigration law and ordered him removed to his home country of Colombia." Vergara was deported May 9. Sofia Vergara brought her brother to live in Miami in 1998 when her career started to take off and their older brother Rafael had just been slain in Colombia. She said her brother is battling addictions to alcohol and drugs.

Big Sean in big trouble

Rapper Big Sean, whose real name is Sean Michael Anderson, faces charges in upstate New York after a woman complained she was sexually assaulted during a concert. State park police charged the 23-year-old Detroit rapper with misdemeanor counts of forcible touching, unlawful imprisonment and sex abuse. Another Detroit man, Willie Hansbro, faces the same charges. Police received the complaint Thursday night at Artpark State Park in Lewiston, just downriver from Niagara Falls. Anderson was performing there with rapper Wiz Khalifa. Big Sean and Hansbro were issued appearance tickets and released on $500 bail. They're scheduled to appear in Niagara County Court on Sept. 6.

DEAL SOUGHT: The son of the late Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal pleaded not guilty to felony heroin possession and will remain jailed until a hearing later this month. Redmond O'Neal's attorney Richard Pintal said he hopes to reach a deal with prosecutors that includes additional treatment for his client, who has had a string of drug arrests in recent years.

PASSING: Annette Charles, who played Cha Cha DiGregorio in 1978's "Grease," died of cancer at age 63, Access Hollywood reports. Charles' character -- the self-proclaimed "best dancer at St. Bernadette's" -- famously hit the floor with John Travolta during the dance competition scene. She also appeared on TV's "The Incredible Hulk" and "Magnum, P.I."

I DO: "Project Runway" judge Michael Kors and his partner, Lance LePere, are ready to say I do. They received their marriage license in New York City this week.