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Actress sued in first rape slander case

A MAN is suing a former girlfriend for slander after she accused him of raping her during their 16-month affair.

In pursuit of perfect harmony

Courting celebs aren't settling for anything less than compatibility on all fronts. HERO BROWN reports on the demise of the star-crossed lover

Century seen by a one-track mind

QUITE WHO came up with the entries for Playboy magazine's 100 sexiest women of the 20th century is not quite clear. Were they voted upon by the mag's sad readers? Or simply dreamt up by the staff in the fetid atmosphere of its photographic department?

You ask the questions: (Such as: Twiggy, did you inhale, and if so, what? And what kind of name is that, anyway?)

Lesley Hornby, aka Twiggy, 49, was born in Neasden, north-west London. Aged 15, she was discovered by the Sixties entrepreneur Justin de Villeneuve, while working part-time in a Neasden hairdresser's. One crop and a photo-shoot later, she was declared "The Face of 1966".

Letter: 'Mail' apology

Sir: Your report (1 June) about the damages The Mail on Sunday is to pay the actress Brooke Shields was way off the mark.

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Film: Fan facts - Cindy Crawford and Mel Gibson, health role models

A survey by 'Top Sante' health magazine revealed that women choose Cindy Crawford and Mel Gibson as role models. But why?.

Sisterly love - can a Piccadilly prayer reach Chechnya?

Nobody knows the fate of Camilla Carr and Jon James but ction, writes Jack O'Sullivan, has been added to silent hope.

Interview: Woman of substance

John Walsh meets the original waif. Photograph by Dan Burn-Forti This iconic Sixties babe who didn't sleep around or take drugs and lived with her parents until 1968 has mutated into a formidable woman

Style: Loving the Alion

Advertisers are trying to fool you into wanting products which do not exist, and not just because it makes them feel clever. Stop chasing what you cannot have and think about what you really need, say the United Aliens
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