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Jennette McCurdy Details How Her Mom Allegedly Mentally and Physically Abused Her as a Child

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Love Island's Laura Anderson signs up for Celebs Go Dating?

Laura Anderson is said to have signed up for 'Celebs Go Dating'. The 33-year-old star - who was a 'Love Island' runner-up alongside Paul Knops, behind winners Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer, on the hit ITV2 dating show in 2018 - struck up an on/off relationship with Another Level singer Dane Bowers, 42, back in 2017, but the pair publicly called it quits last week, and she is now reportedly set to appear on the E4 reality show, which sees celebs search for love. A source told The Sun newspaper: "Laura is the latest star to sign up for 'Celebs Go Dating' – and she’s only been single for a matter of hours.
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Scottish independence: UK Government submits case against indyref2 to Supreme Court

The UK Government has submitted its full written statement to the Supreme Court arguing against the Scottish Parliament holding another independence referendum. Lord Advocate Dorothy Bain was asked by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to refer the Bill to judges in London to decide if Holyrood has the power to hold a referendum without the consent of Westminster.
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Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake dies aged 84 following battle with cancer

cancer according to Reuters. An employee at Miyake’s office told AFP that his funeral has already taken place with ‘only relatives participating’ in accordance with his wishes. Miyake rose to prominence in the 1980s thanks to his simplistic pleated style of clothing.
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TOWIE bombshell Gemma Collins shows off killer curves in tropical pink bikini
The Only Way Is Essex.But in recent years, Gemma Collins has been on quite the health kick as the blonde bombshell delighted her loyal legion of fans with a fruity bikini snap on Tuesday (August 9).And it’s fair to say the reality star, 40, dazzled the internet all over again as she posed up a storm for the camera in full view of her 2.2million followers online.READ MORE: Mark Wright gushes over Love Island winner Ekin-Su's gym selfie as she wears his brandThe glamour puss turned up the heat as she rocked a gorgeous two-piece bikini from her collaboration with the mighty fashion giants New Look in her sprawling back garden.Her skimpy patterned swimwear hugged her killer curves perfectly as she held up a peace sign while she sizzled in the sun-drenched snap online.She paired the pink two piece with a pair of gold sandals and an oversized straw hat to protect her face from the sun.Gemma styled her blonde tresses into a soft beachy blowout which perfectly framed her oval face as she beamed to the camera.To complete the look, she added a full face of glamorous makeup which featured gorgeous glowing skin, chiselled bronzed cheeks and a soft smoky eye which she finished with lashings of black mascara.The TV star captioned the post: “Gimmie that lemon [lemon emoji] iced water [water emoji] baby [peace emoji].“Omg I've been so ill but today I'm starting to feel like me again !!! I’m drinking water lots of it and lemons of course wearing a matching bikini from my collection [bikini emoji, lemon emoji] @newlook.”She was soon flooded with a slew of compliments from her loyal legion of fans online after her latest health update.For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our
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Brits will leave a massive online trail behind them within their lifetime
Brits will leave behind an online trail of 9,828 photos, 10,811 social media posts and 126 email addresses across their lifetime.A study of 2,000 adults found more than a third (36%) of our lives are now shared online, which will be viewable - even when we're no longer here.Adults share an average of 276 posts on Instagram, 170 on Facebook and 141 tweets annually - amounting to 17,369, 10,680 and 8,911 collectively, over the average lifetime.Similarly, adults have two active email addresses for both personal, and work use, and will have signed up to over 500 mailing lists.When quizzed on the safety aspect of this, 47% do worry about the risks of putting so much of their life online - despite 29% failing to be "savvy" when it comes to protecting themselves.A spokesperson for Aloha Browser, which commissioned the study, said: "We all put so much of our lives online nowadays because it’s considered "the norm".“But we are not giving our online privacy the attention it deserves."It really is simple to protect your privacy online but far too many people aren’t taking the simple, yet necessary steps ”Using secure passwords is the top thing people do to improve their internet privacy (47%).While four in 10 never disclose their main email address - or phone number - and a further 39% refrain from using public storage websites, such as Google Docs or Dropbox.But despite strong passwords being the main way people protect themselves, 57% still receive warnings about them potentially being compromised.Nearly half (49%) are apprehensive about online safety with not wanting to be scammed (67%) cited as the top reason for this.And two thirds worry about having their identity stolen whereas 33% would be embarrassed if they ever got
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Ex-model ditches wild Playboy Mansion life to go off-grid as interaction 'scares' her
Playboy model who won Playmate of the Year and lived in Hugh Hefner's infamous mansion has swapped the photoshoots for the forest, living a nomadic lifestyle with her teacher husband.Blonde bombshell Sara Underwood was famous for baring all in her saucy snaps on social media while working as a Playboy Bunny in the mid 2000s.She was even chosen as the Playmate of the Year in 2007 and had acting credits in movies like The House Bunny and Deadly Weekend.READ MORE: Playboy model asked to leave bus after boarding wearing nothing but lingerieBut at the beginning of 2019, she and her boyfriend Jacob Witzling moved out from the big city and started a project known as "Cabinland" – building themselves artisanal cabins in a rainforest in the Pacific Northwest.In her recent post on Instagram, the 38-year-old spilled the beans on why she ditched the the limelight.She said: "I used to live at The Playboy Mansion in the bunny house, party with celebrities on a regular basis, host a live TV show for a living."Now I live in the woods and just having to interact with a human at the grocery store gives me anxiety." Answering some of her fans' questions, she said she doesn't feel scared living in the woods.Sara explained that they had a truck cabin before the Cabinland project and the couple spent more than six months installing a bedroom, a kitchenette and a lounge area behind a pickup truck.While the 38-year-old no longer takes part in shoots with Playboy, she hasn't completely forgotten her modelling roots.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Sara often shares racy snaps from the forest, usually taken by her husband, to encourage fans to sign up to her OnlyFans account.READ
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