Could this be a scoop from GOOP? In her latest dispatch, actress Gwyneth Paltrow delves deep into the human psyche: “Back in the day, I had a ‘frenemy’ who, as it turned out, was pretty hell-bent on taking me down.” Paltrow says she “tried to take the high road” and not fight back against her toxic friend, but when something “unfortunate and humiliating” happened to the former friend, she felt “deep relief.” Who could said frenemy be? Celeb-watchers point to Winona Ryder, who was arrested in 2001 for shoplifting thousands of dollars worth of clothes from Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills. Paltrow also quotes a tabloid editor as saying bad news sells more than good news. “So, why does it feel so good to hear something bad about someone you don’t like? Or someone you DO like? Or someone you don’t KNOW?” she asks.