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Love Island and TOWIE stars in court accused of plugging 'dodgy investments' on social media

A number of reality stars have arrived to Westminster Magistrates' Court to appear in a pre-trial hearing today (13 June) for allegedly sharing Instagram posts to their followers that promoted an unauthorised foreign exchange trading scheme. Amongst those accused are TOWIE's Lauren Goodge and co-star Yazmin Oukhellou, alongside Love Island stars; Biggs Chris, Jamie Clayton, Rebecca Gormley and Eva Zapico.

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‘Hellraiser’ reboot praised in early reviews: “Definitely doesn’t skimp on the gore”
Hellraiser reboot has received a mostly positive response in its first reviews, with critics hailing its gory scenes and Jamie Clayton’s performance as Pinhead.Directed by David Bruckner (The Ritual, The Night House), this new Hellraiser film is the 11th instalment in the horror franchise, but not a remake of Clive Barker’s 1987 original.This time, the story follows new character Riley (Odessa A’zion), a young woman who comes into possession of the ancient puzzle box that summons the Cenobites, a group of sadistic supernatural beings from another dimension.So far, the film has been widely praised by critics and currently holds a fresh score of 82 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 33 reviews.“Fans will be relieved to know that this Hellraiser definitely doesn’t skimp on the gore, providing enough viscera and flayed skin to satisfy the most bloodthirsty viewers,” wrote The Hollywood Reporter.“Special mention must be made of the wildly imaginative creature designs and makeup (which leave its cinematic predecessors in the dust), the immersive sound design and the effectively creepy music score, which incorporates familiar themes from Christopher Young’s original.”IGN‘s Matt Donato was also full of praise, writing: Hellraiser is a soulful revival of a soulless horror legend that never tries to oust Clive Barker’s original. Director David Bruckner — alongside writers Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski — examines Hellraiser‘s themes with spectacle styles through addition.