Liz Hurley accused of an affair with Bill Clinton
Actor Tom Sizemore has revealed Elizabeth Hurley and former President Bill Clinton had a year-long affair. Tom claims he was the one that arranged a tryst between the pair after Bill asked him for Liz’s number at a White House screening of Saving Private Ryan in 1998. Liz, who was dating Hugh Grant at the time, has denied the claims overnight on Twitter, but Tom is sticking to his story.
Drug arrests surrounding the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman
New York City police are investigating the death of Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman and have arrested four suspected drug dealers. The arrests come as a disturbing picture emerges of the Capote’s star’s final hours.
Flanked by two suspected dealers, Philip was seen pulling hundreds of dollars from an ATM near his New York apartment to buy his last score of heroin.
Paul Walker leaves his fortune to one girl
Paul Walker’s fortune of $25 million has been left to his 15-year-old daughter. Paul requested that the girl’s grandmother act as guardian of the estate.
Miranda Kerr signs with H&M
After a series of commercial let downs, Miranda Kerr has signed a deal with H&M. The Aussie model announced the partnership via Instagram saying, “Hi H&M followers, I’m Miranda Kerr and I’m the new face of H&M spring campaign. Stay tuned for more,” the 30-year-old said.
H&M is opening here in Melbourne Later this year.
Schapelle Corby could be ‘free in days’
The Justice Minister in Indonesia has announced he will sign Schapelle Corby’s parole in the next three days. Once it is signed it will then be sent to the boss of Kerobokan jail before she can freed. This means Corby could be released as early as this weekend. The Justice Minister has said there are 1700 parole applications outstanding throughout Indonesia and Corby is just one of them and will not receive special treatment.
Corby will be on parole until 2017 so will not be able to leave Indonesia in that time. The talks about her 3 million offer for an interview are making headlines but she will be on strict watch by the Indonesian government and and is expected not to put her freedom in jeopardy until her parole is over in 2017.