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Max George and Maisie Smith pose naked in bed after ex's warning to the EastEnders star
Maisie Smith in bed, after a video was posted online that showed an ex warning the EastEnders actress about The Wanted star.Maisie, 21, and the hunky singer, 34, have recently been taking Instagram by storm – posting a slew of PDA-filled snaps and showing off how in love they are.And their recent uploads are no different.READ NEXT: Strictly's Maisie Smith and Max George look loved-up as they pack on PDA in TescoGetting even more comfortable with being Instagram official, the pair have now snapped and uploaded a very intimate snap of them in bed together.Seemingly naked, Maisie can be seen smooching with her beau while hidden by a white duvet.In the short video clip that was uploaded earlier this week, Max can be seen kissing his girlfriend back before glancing at the camera.He dubbed the steamy and sensual moment "relaxing" as the pair snuggled down and packed on the PDA once again for their thousands of followers to see.But this came after the Max's ex-girlfriend warned Maisie to be "careful".Max's ex Carrie Baker dated the singer for five years and has now claimed that he will "cheat" on his new lover Maisie.She also said that she doesn't believe that the hunky heartthrob is a "faithful man" – although this has never been confirmed.Carrie recently spoke to The Sun and said: "If I spoke to Maisie I would warn her to pay attention to what happened to us and learn from it."Max is not going to change. A leopard does not change its spots."She later said: "Maisie is so young and I would like to tell her to be careful.
Louis Tomlinson furiously defends Liam Payne after controversial podcast comments
Louis Tomlinson has hit out at Logan Paul for "pushing" Liam Payne's "buttons" earlier this year during an appearance on the Impaulsive podcast.During his appearance, Liam went on to discuss his time in One Direction before discussing the "many reasons" why he dislikes Zayn Malik who left the chart-mauling group in 2015.However, he went on to suggest there were "many reasons" why he'll always support Malik who was the first member to launch a solo career.READ MORE: Louis Tomlinson reveals X Factor judging was one of the 'best things' he's doneBut hours after the podcast was released, fans were left in fits of rage with Liam's outbursts and the reactions they received.Now, Louis Tomlinson has spoken out, telling The Zach Sang Show: "He (Logan Paul) knew exactly what he was doing, the buttons he was pressing."That's what I took away from it, whoever's involved in that show, that annoying Paul brother himself, whoever the other weird guys were."It just felt disrespectful, that's all I'll say."The singer who returns with his latest single, Bigger Than Me continued: "They got so much out of it as if he hasn't got enough already."I f**king hate those Paul brothers."During the infamous podcast, Liam claimed a member of One Direction "threw him" against a wall during a blistering row.He told Logan Paul: "No, no, we became very close at points – I think it was well known in the band that I don't like taking sh*t."At a certain point, I made it very obvious, I'm not going to tell you how."There was one moment where there was an argument backstage and someone, one member in particular threw me up a wall."He continued: "I said to him 'if you don't remove those hands, there's a high likelihood you'll never use them again'."He took his
Shakira set to face trial in Spain for tax evasion
Shakira is set to face trial in Spain for tax evasion after being accused of failing to pay $13.9million (£13m) in taxes between 2012 and 2014.Authorities are seeking an eight-year prison sentence for the singer on the allegation that she made widespread use of shell companies to conceal her income made between 2012 and 2014.In a recent response – her first since the claims became public — Shakira claimed her innocence and deemed the charges “fictional.”In a new interview with Elle she said: “As of today, I owe zero to them.” Shakira went on to explain her confidence in being transparent about her earnings, since she “was advised by one of the four biggest tax specialist firms in the world, PricewaterhouseCoopers.”Yesterday (September 27), a Spanish judge approved a trial for the case, with prosecutors seeking an eight-year prison sentence. Shakira’s representatives say she has paid everything she owed to the government, with €3m (£2.6m) on top in interest.A date for the trial has not yet been set.In the Elle interview, Shakira claimed that the allegations – which she deemed “false” and “without evidence” – are an attempt by the Spanish government “to coerce settlement agreements” via “a salacious press campaign” and the “the threat of reputational damage.” The singer also described such claims as commonplace among her country’s tax authorities, saying that “it’s just their style.”“It is well known that the Spanish tax authorities do this often not only with celebrities like me, it also happens unjustly to the regular taxpayer,” she said.