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The ‘Lost’ star Matthew Fox appears to be involved in a sex scandal, over reports that he cheated on his wife of 19 years, with a stripper. However Matthew Fox’s representative has spoken in the actor’s defense, and said that all the accusations made by the stripper are totally false, and are just made with the intention of ‘financial gain.’

A stripper Stefani Talbott came forward with her story, and said that she first met Matthew Fox in July 2009, while she was working at the Stars Cabaret in Bend, Oregon. She says that she locked eyes with the 43-year-old star, and subsequently he came to her, and they started having a conversation, which marked the start of their acquaintance. Stefani Talbott says that, “He asked me, ‘Why are you working in a place like this?’ I told him that I am a single mum and needed the money. He absolutely did not mention a wife or family, and I don’t remember him wearing a wedding ring.” She also revealed that then she was invited to Fox’s home and they continued their tryst there. She says about going to his rented accommodation that, “We sat around and talked about his show. He complimented me and was saying how down-to-earth I am. He told me he was going to be in town for a couple of days.”

Then Stefani says that the things progressed in such a manner, that soon they were in the bedroom, and had unprotected sex. She also divulges that Fox wasn’t concerned about protection at all.


Crystal Gail Mangum, stripper in Duke lacrosse rape case, charged with arson and attempted murder

The stripper who falsely cried rape and ruined the reputations of three Duke University lacrosse players was charged with trying to stab her lover, police said Thursday.

Cops responding to a 911 call found an out-of-control Crystal Gail Mangum battling her boyfriend and screaming, "I am going to stab you \[expletive\]."

The 33-year-old woman then tried to burn boyfriend Milton Walker's clothes in a bathtub, a Durham, N.C., police report states.

Mangum resisted being arrested and gave cops a false first name, Marella, and age, the report states.

Her three kids - ages 3, 9 and 10 - were in the house at the time but were not injured.

The exotic dancer was charged with attempted first-degree murder, five counts of arson, assault and battery, resisting arrested, child abuse and other offenses.

Mangum, who is black, became infamous in 2006, when she accused three white Duke students of gang-raping her at an off-campus bash.

On the strength of Mangum's claims, the athletes were indicted. But the rape charges were later dropped after Mangum told North Carolina prosecutors she was no longer sure whether anyone had sex with her.

By then, Duke had booted the athletes out of school and their names and reputations were badly damaged.

Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong was later disbarred over his handling of the racially-charged case.

The troubled accuser was not charged with making false accusations because investigators concluded she actually believed the tales she told.

It also turned out the Duke case wasn't the first time Mangum had accused men of harming her. In 1996, she told cops she had been kidnapped and raped three years earlier - when she was 14.

The case was never pursued.

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Stripper Mobile Takes Show on the Road to Tampa

Banned in Las Vegas, the "Stripper Mobile" which turned heads in Las Vegas has found a new home in Tampa. But for how long?

The roaming stripper vehicle, which rode down to Miami for Super Bowl weekend and is now back in Tampa Bay, is under the watchful eye of the Tampa Police Dept. to see whether it violates any laws.

"Our attorney is looking at the way (the dancers are) dressed and obviously some of the gestures that they are doing (to see) if that is a violation of some sort of city ordinance or state law," Tampa Police spokeswoman Andrea Davis told 10Connects in Tampa. But she also told the CBS affiliate that so far it doesn't appear the "Stripper Mobile" has violated any laws.

The stripper vehicle, with plexiglas sides and a stripper pole inside, roams the streets while the strippers dance. By design, the dancers are not wearing seatbelts. The police department says it does not appear that not being buckled is a violation.


NBA All-Star Game also attracts other pros - strippers, prostitutes

The NBA All-Star Game is a celebration of basketball, but for many in town now, it's as much a celebration of decadence.

Along with limousines, free-flowing champagne and celebrity-filled parties comes booming business in the sex industries – both legal and illegal. Local officials think significant numbers of prostitutes and strippers already have made their way to North Texas seeking a huge male audience with disposable income.

Both groups are getting scrutiny this week as Cowboys Stadium hosts probably its highest-profile event since its opening last year.

Dallas police already have announced a crackdown on prostitution during All-Star Game Week. Arlington police unveiled a new effort this week to bust online hookers, but department officials said it was unrelated to the All-Star Game. The city's Special Events Enforcement Team also will be monitoring sexually oriented businesses to ensure that they are operating legally and complying with "no touch" restrictions.

It's widely understood that sex is big business at sports mega-events, but it's tough to put numbers on the lusty and sometimes dark side of the All-Star Game.

A trade association for adult nightclubs estimates that the number of dancers in the Dallas area could increase by as much as 25 percent to handle the extra business.

Figures are tougher to come by when the business is illegal. But experts say the total is probably far lower than the estimate, circulating on the Internet, that as many as 100,000 prostitutes will travel to North Texas for next year's Super Bowl.

"Any of us who are considered experts in the field are not going to give you a number," said Melissa Farley, a researcher and anti-prostitution activist. "No one has ever measured that. You can't."

She said the best estimates sometimes come from arrest figures, but those reflect only a small and unknown percentage of what's really happening on the streets, escort Web sites and massage parlors.


Stripper boss fined R20000 for assaults

Stripper king Lolly Jackson must pay a R20000 fine or spend two years in jail after pleading guilty to shooting a former employee with rubber bullets, and other charges.

Half of his sentence was suspended for five years. Jackson will go to jail if convicted of assault again.

On Wednesday, Jackson entered into a plea agreement with a Randburg Magistrate's Court prosecutor and pleaded guilty to three counts of assault involving former employees and dating back to 2007.

In September, he had denied the allegations before the same court after handing himself over at the Sandton police station, where he was detained for eight hours.

Yesterday, he told The Time she had pleaded guilty for "commercial" reasons.

"I made a commercial decision, that's all, that's my comment," he said.

Jackson confessed to shooting former employee Thandi Maya with a paintball gun loaded with rubber bullets near his Teazers strip club in Randburg in 2008.

Jackson, 53, admitted in court papers that he had asked a man called Nukendi Pitshou to "moer " Maya.

Pitshou had punched Maya in the ribs before kicking him repeatedly, he said.

Jackson also pleaded guilty to asking Pitshou and another man, named as Manzoeno Tshien Tshien, to assault someone in 2007.

Jackson did not give reasons for the attacks.

Asking for leniency, Jackson said he supported three of his four children and employed 1300 people.

He had "severe heart disease" and had undergone a quadruple heart bypass operation in 1999.

He said he donated money to charities, including the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund, the SPCA, and the Place of Safety for Abused Women and Children, in Krugersdorp, west of Johannesburg.

Jackson said his previous convictions were for "non-violent incidents" and that he was willing to pay Maya and Nhandolo R1000 each for their pain and suffering.

Jackson is a magnet for controversy. In December, Johannesburg businessman Michael Kalymnios claimed Jackson threatened him after he fell in love with a Russian stripper employed by Jackson.

Kalymnios met Yuliyana Moshorovska in January last year and took her on seven dates, for each of which he reportedly had to pay R5000.

Kalymnios claimed Jackson demanded R50000 because, he said, Moshorovska was under contract to him as a stripper.

Last year Jackson became the first South African to own the world's fastest production car, the Koenigsegg CCX, which reportedly cost him R14-million.

In 2006, a house belonging to Jackson that was being used to accommodate some of his strippers burned down.

It was then that he said that he would start attending church to rid himself of the bad luck plaguing him.


Blackwater charged U.S. government for prostitute and strippers, ex-employees allege

Unsealed court documents from a pending lawsuit allege that the security firm Blackwater Worldwide defrauded the federal government for various expenses, including the cost of an on-staff prostitute, strippers, alcohol, false and double billings, among other things. Blackwater Worldwide changed its name to Xe Services shortly after the shooting of 17 Iraqi civilians in September of 2007.

The lawsuit was filed by a married couple by the name of Brad and Melan Davis who both had previously worked for the company at one time. The New York Times reported that Melan Davis, who did bookkeeping for the company stated that when she questioned the fraudulent expenses, she was fired in February 2008 for the inquiry. Her husband Brad Davis, who worked in security, left the company voluntarily.

The lawsuit accuses Blackwater of hiring a prostitute for male Blackwater employees in Kabul, Afghanistan, and billing her salary and travel expenses under a “Morale Welfare Recreation” expense category.

Also, travel was allegedly billed to the United States government without any documentation. Ms. Davis stated that while on a trip for the company in Amman, Jordan, the company had her and two other employees create, as reported in The Washington Post, “reams of false invoices at inflated rates so that her Blackwater bosses could overcharge the government for the travel.”

Davis’ lawsuit also claims that Blackwater doubled billed air travel between the United States and Amman, using a subsidiary company named Greystone, Limited. Amman was the company’s hub location for the transport of its employees to and from Iraq.

In addition, according to the Associated Press, the lawsuit charges that during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, Blackwater workers charged payments made to strippers under a “cleaning services” charge, and billed the government accordingly.

The lawsuit falls under the False Claims Act. With this law, whistleblowers can collect a percentage of the money recovered in cases where companies are found guilty of defrauding the government.

Xe Services has not publicly responded to the lawsuit.


Josh Duhamel Stripper 'Pregnant With His Child'

JOSH Duhamel is set to become a dad if these latest reports are to be believed!

Nicole Forrester — the stripper who Josh allegedly had an affair with this past fall — has been telling friends that she is “95 percent certain” she’s carrying the married actor’s unborn child.

“Yes, I’m pregnant,” Forrester said, according to American tabloid the National Enquirer. “Yes, it’s probably Josh’s. I haven’t decided what I’m going to do.”

Although the Transformers star — who’s wed to Black Eyed Peas star Fergie — vehemently denied claims of an affair, Nicole passed a rigorous independently administered polygraph test that showed she was telling the truth about her marathon sex session with the 37-year-old actor.

“Nicole told me she’s three-and-a-half months pregnant. She said, ‘I’m carrying a million dollar baby!’” a source added.


Channing Tatum gives Ellen DeGeneres a lap dance

Channing Tatum appeared on Ellen today not so much to promote Dear John, but more to promote that male stripper movie he’d like to make.

Ellen DeGeneres, who seemed surprised enough when Channing made his entrance dancing to make me think she’s never seen Step Up (!), was quick to bring up his stripper past as they sat in front of the fake fire. Just as he did in that Details cover story, he said he’s not proud of his all-male-revue past but he’s not ashamed of it either. DeGeneres wanted a show, and she got one. But it only lasted about two seconds. “You back it up like that?” Ellen said as the crowd (and Channing) howled. “Now I’m embarrassed,” he said. Ellen lamented the fact that she didn’t have a dollar to keep him going; he said that one was on the house.

The funniest part of the chat came when Channing described the weirder moments of the job. “You’d have some ladies be like, ‘Oh, you remind me of my nephew,’ and you’re kinda like [makes face as he continues grinding].” It made me think back to my sister’s 2001 bachelorette party in Las Vegas, the first and only time I’ve been at a male strip club. I distinctly remember one of her friends reenacting the moment she found herself asking her dancer, Sultan, where he was from (Michigan, I believe).

Judging from the audience’s reaction to Channing’s “I was a stripper!” announcement — and the woman left crying after he went into the audience to earn $1,000 for Haiti relief for every person he hugged and kissed (look how far he’s come!) — that stripper film is probably looking good to some studio exec right now.


Paris job centre offers jobless woman work as online stripper!

An unemployed woman in Paris is said to have been left in shock after she was offered work as an Internet stripper by an official job centre.

The 29-year-old, who calls herself as Kenza, was told she could earn 2,000 pounds a month by using a web cam.

"I was told to wear wigs and heavy make-up so people wouldn't recognise me," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.

"It was all super shocking - the boundary between prostitution and this kind of thing is very thin," she stated.

But a spokesman for the job centre defended the job offer.

"This was legal. There is nothing to prevent sex industry adverts," he said. (ANI)

Jury awards ex-Stripper $100K for DUI wreck

A Jefferson County jury has awarded a former stripper $100,000 in a lawsuit in which she claimed the club that employed her failed to stop her from driving home after her on-the-job drinking. Patsy Hamaker of Bessemer was injured in a wreck after leaving work at The Furnace on Oct. 17, 2007. She said she can no longer dance because of her injuries.

Hamaker said the club disregarded its own safety rules when it let her drive home that night. Attorneys for the club argued that employees tried to keep Hamaker from driving away.

The Birmingham News reported that the jury award made Tuesday is for compensatory damages. No punitive damages were awarded.