Freya St. Johnston
September 10, 2010 by Post Team
Freya St. Johnston, Paul Hogan, Crocodile Dundee, who was in the hit 1986 movie of that name, now lives in Los Angeles. He returned Down Under for the last month his mother’s funeral, and imagines his surprise when the Australian taxman said he could not leave again until you pay and 30 million more or less in income taxes allegedly hidden. You cannot take a knife Bowie Australian Taxation Office. But Hogan did finally return to Los Angeles on Sunday. He told reporters that the authorities let him go just because the case was generating headlines as bad for the country. “It was not easy. I was let go because of the bad publicity around the world. It was sort of ‘what? Guilty until proven innocent?” He says he will return for Christmas and is not worried. He added: “It’s just a couple of (bad word) who treated me badly. They will not catch me there again. Would not dare.”
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Michaele Salahi, the slender blond woman through the “White House” Party Crasher “partner, has reportedly agreed to accept a sum of money to pose n de for Play Boy magazine.
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Have you been wondering who will replace Steve Carell in The Office? Well, the show’s executive producer, Paul Lieberstein, told E! Online is a candidate for the post: Wait for it. Harvey Keitel. The catch: Harv is a film actor, though he was in an ABC series, Life on Mars that went nowhere. “Harvey would do a great job – a very different energy,” said Lieberstein. Keitel’s character would be “a seller of age, who thought he could retire and the stock market fell, and he has to come out of retirement to work.” Lieberstein hopes to launch negotiations.
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Partner Spotlight: Actor Liam Neeson, Natasha Richardson, whose wife died after a skiing accident in Quebec in March 2009, has been out of London with a female companion. For all we know, had not been going so far. The Daily Mail identifies her as Freya St Johnston, an old friend and a businessman. So, are you going? Someone asked. Neeson answer: “I’m not saying anything at all,” which means yes, I suppose.
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As promised, Candy Spelling has ended his amazing mansion on the market, making a simple and U.S. 150 million. Candy, widow of TV mogul Aaron Spelling, has been talking about this for a long time. I think it’s interesting that several years ago, saying he would ask the big 150, and despite the implosion of the housing market has not cut the price. Maybe nobody told him that there is a recession. Anyway, it is a good place: 56 500 square feet in an area of 4.7 hectares, 14 rooms, 27 bathrooms, billiard room, bowling alley, game room, living room, cut flowers, swimming pool, tennis courts, rooms service – and my favorite: the gift-wrapping room.
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