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Money talks! Jack and Dani accused of dating for 'commercial reasons' after break-up drama

Money talks! Jack and Dani accused of dating for 'commercial reasons' after break-up drama

Entertainment
The TV duo, who met on the hit ITV2 series earlier this year, split last week amid claims filming their upcoming reality show added strain to their relationship.Despite confirming the break-up via a statement on her official Instagram account, it seems Dani has suddenly taken Jack back.Now claims have emerged that the couple are only together for "commercial reasons".A source said: "Jack and Dani’s break-up caused massive headaches for producers. Related Articles “They’ve filmed a number of shows together, including the Love Island Christmas Reunion and their own reality series, and they are ruined if they don’t stay together.“Jack and Dani: Life After Love Island is all about their love story.“They were also just weeks away from presenting the red ca...
Norwegian man accused of sexual crimes with more than 300 boys

Norwegian man accused of sexual crimes with more than 300 boys

World
Nov. 21 (UPI) -- Norwegian authorities charged a 26-year-old man with sexual crimes involving more than 300 teenage boys in what some police are calling the country's biggest sexual abuse case in history. Prosecutors said the man, whose name was not revealed, targeted the teens over the Internet, at times posing as a young girl to entice the boys to send nude photographs and videos of themselves. The victims ranged in age from 9 years old to 16 years old and were from Norway, Sweden and Denmark. They said once he obtained the images, he would use them to blackmail the boys into sending more images. In all, he allegedly had more than 16,000 videos of underage boys. It is "the biggest case of sexual abuse in Norway so far," prosecutor Guro Hansson Bull said. Police believe he met several of...

Little Mix accused of 'using sex to sell albums' as Piers Morgan lets rip

Entertainment
Little Mix released new tune Strip and the track is all about empowering women.The video for the new song features Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, alongside a group of women who are outspoken advocates for body-confidence and feminism.Little Mix had been sharing the stories of the inspirational women via their Instagram page, ahead of the release.In addition, they also posted a powerful black-and-white image of themselves, posing completely naked. “What’s the point of it? ” Piers Morgan The girls covered their body with insults they had seemingly had thrown at them in the past – such as “ugly, insignificant and talentless.”Fans praised them for their body-confide...
Philip Morris accused of hypocrisy over anti-smoking ad

Philip Morris accused of hypocrisy over anti-smoking ad

Health
One of the world's biggest tobacco firms, Philip Morris, has been accused of "staggering hypocrisy" over its new ad campaign that urges smokers to quit.The Marlboro maker said the move was "an important next step" in its aim to "ultimately stop selling cigarettes". But Cancer Research UK said the firm was just trying to promote its smoking alternatives, such as heated tobacco."This is a staggering hypocrisy," it said, pointing out the firm still promotes smoking outside the UK. "The best way Philip Morris could help people to stop smoking is to stop making cigarettes," George Butterworth, Cancer Research UK's tobacco policy manager said. The charity said smoking was the leading preventable cause of cancer and it encouraged people...
Police seek arrests of officials accused in online comment manipulation

Police seek arrests of officials accused in online comment manipulation

World
SEOUL, Aug. 23 (UPI) -- South Korean police have sought arrest warrants for former high-ranking police officials accused in an online comment-rigging scheme under a previous administration. The Korean National Police Agency said Thursday that it has requested arrest warrants to a court for four ex-police officials, who have been accused of having their personnel make online comments in favor of the former administration of President Lee Myung-bak, according to Yonhap. An investigation found that police officers posted some 40,000 replies, using fake IDs and overseas IP addresses in the illicit scheme. An official ordered some 100 personnel to post replies in news articles or online posts on controversial social issues. The Lee Myung-bak government was under fire over U.S. beef imports wi...