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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.