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TOWIE bosses ‘fire James Argent over cocaine use’

TOWIE bosses ‘fire James Argent over cocaine use’

Entertainment
It has been claimed TOWIE bosses have fired James ‘Arg’ Argent after failing a routine drug test. The TV star, who has battled with substance abuse in the past, allegedly failed a drugs test around three weeks ago.It was only recently that James filmed scenes for the programme after taking a break from the show. However, his TOWIE reprise has been short-lived.  Related Articles A TV source told The Sun: “It’s a shame but James’ problems flared up again, and he failed a routine test."As a result Lime Pictures aren’t working with him, and it has sparked more concerns among his friends who fear he isn’t looking after himself.“His weight has rocketed recently which he says he plans to tackle, but getting back involved with drugs is even worse. It’s a dangerous
Love Island’s Jonny Mitchell claims show bosses KNEW Mike Thalassitis was ‘stressed’

Love Island’s Jonny Mitchell claims show bosses KNEW Mike Thalassitis was ‘stressed’

Entertainment
Love Island star Mike Thalassitis was found dead on Saturday aged just 26.He is the second person to have died from the ITV show in the past 12 months, after former contestant Sophie Gradon took her own life in June 2018.And now his close pal Jonny Mitchell has said that the show’s offer to help contestants has come “too little, too late”.The 27-year-old appeared on the programme with Mike in 2017 and the pair remained close friends. Related Articles Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast on Monday, Jonny explained: “I'm not here to discredit the show but one of my friends has died so I'm here to tell the absolute truth.“As far as aftercare goes… when I came off the show I was trolled to ridiculous amounts, as a lot of people were, but I had a partic...
Ex-nuclear bosses in legal fight over Magnox

Ex-nuclear bosses in legal fight over Magnox

Business
The former bosses of Britain's nuclear clean-up body are embroiled in a bitter legal fight over a two-year probe into ‎the botched handling of a contract that cost taxpayers more than £120m. Sky News has learnt that Stephen Henwood and John Clarke, respectively the former chairman and chief executive of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) are trying to block the publication of criticisms contained in a report by a leading businessman.‎Steve Holliday, the former chief executive of National Grid, was asked by the Business Secretary Greg Clark to undertake an independent inquiry into the award of the Magnox nuclear decommissioning contract, and its subsequent termination, in March 2017.Mr Holliday is understood to have completed his report several month...
Megan Lee: Takeaway bosses jailed over allergy death

Megan Lee: Takeaway bosses jailed over allergy death

Health
A takeaway owner and manager, who caused a teenage girl's death by sending her a meal containing peanuts, have been jailed for manslaughter.Megan Lee, 15, suffered irreversible brain damage after having an allergic reaction to food from Royal Spice in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, in 2016.Mohammed Abdul Kuddus and Harun Rashid were found guilty in October.At Manchester Crown Court earlier, Kuddus was jailed for two years and Rashid for three.In sentencing, Mrs Justice Yip told them Megan was responsible enough to highlight her allergies when placing the order but "sadly the same responsibility was not at your end". Judge Yip said the takeaway had no systems or processes to ...