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Britney's shocking sex snaps

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8

Britney Spears has been caught up in yet more controversy with the release of photographs that show her romping naked in a swimming pool with unknown 26-year-old actor Mike Encinias.

The snaps were taken after Brit had broken down in tears at a music video shoot earlier that day. She invited Mike, who was working as an extra on the shoot, back to her hotel along with his friends.

"Britney had gone completely off the rails. She'd lost the plot and was acting crazy," says a witness.

"Britney got with this guy Mike and things soon got steamy. Before long she had stripped off in the pool and was messing around with this man, putting her arm round him and laughing and joking … simulating sex with him, putting on a really hot show.

"They got out of the pool and Britney went to the bathroom where she had a meltdown. She collapsed on the floor and was babbling."

The release of the shocking photographs follows worrying reports that Britney stripped off at a photo shoot for Allure magazine recently.

"She took off her wig and then stripped down to the waist for no apparent reason, before sitting for hair and make-up," says the magazine's editor Linda Wells.

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Michael Lohan: Dina's new boyfriend is a drunk

Michael Lohan's lawyer has sent a damning letter to his ex-wife Dina, voicing concerns about the way she's raising their four children.

According to Michael, Dina has shacked up with a boozing boyfriend who's been heard making inappropriate, drunken comments in the background while Michael has been speaking to his children on the phone.

"Jim McMillan should not be in the presence of my children — especially when I'm being kept from them," says Michael. "He is no example, nor is he a substitute father."

Mia Farrow lays down her life

Mia Farrow has offered to take the place of a Sudanese rebel leader if he is given safe passage to receive life-saving medical care.

Suleiman Jamous, leader of the Sudanese Liberation Army, has been confined to a UN base in Darfur since his capture last year. He's suffering from a stomach ailment which requires surgery, but it is believed that if he leaves the camp he will be arrested.

"I am therefore offering … to exchange my freedom for his," said Mia in a letter to Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir. "[I know] he will apply his energies toward creating the just and lasting peace."

Mia is currently travelling in Africa and has been unable to make any further comment on her unusual offer.

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