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In September 08, Hartnett become the object of media scrutiny after being caught on CCTV having sex with a mystery girl. Hartnett sued the Daily Mirror over claims by the publication about the issue. In December 08, he accepted libel damages of 20,000 pounds from the British tabloid.

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MEC Global Solutions Doubles Its Strategy Team in One Year
MEC Global Solutions, MEC's international hub based in London, has made a significant investment in talent, hiring three new faces to join their international strategy team in addition to the three senior strategists already in place.

SeanieMac International Ltd Reports 95% Increase in 4th Quarter Gross Profit vs. 3rd Quarter and 72% Increase in Amounts Staked and 2013 Recap
SeanieMac International Ltd (OTCQB: BETS) reports preliminary results for the 4th quarter ending December 31st, 2013.

BETS SeanieMac Announces Exclusive Partnership Deal With One of Ireland's Leading National Newspapers and Online Website The Irish Daily Mirror
SeanieMac International, Inc. (OTCQB: BETS), doing business as SeanieMac Limited, the parent company of the all-Irish online sports & casino wagering website, today announced it has finalized an exclusive partnership deal that will see SeanieMac become the official betting partner of Ireland's leading tabloid newspaper The Irish Daily Mirror

McLaren's Hamilton admits champion Vettel could dominate rest of season
McLaren's ace driver Lewis Hamilton has warned other Formula One drivers Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel's 'ridiculous' speed advantage could help him dominate the rest of the season.

Diet of 16 bananas per day secret behind Blake's blazing success
The secret behind sprinter Yohan Blake's brilliant success in the recently conducted Jamaican Olympic trials has been revealed, and it is a diet of 16 bananas a day.

Button admits conquering British GP conundrum would bring tears to eyes
McLaren driver Jensen Button has revealed if he manages to record his first win at Silverstone in 13 attempts, it would be a very emotional moment for him, and could also bring tears in his eyes.

Hamilton 'unfazed' by Maldonado 'revenge attack' threat in quest of winning British GP
McLaren ace driver Lewis has refused to allow the ominous shadow of a revenge attack by Williams' driver Pastor Maldonado affect his focus to win the Britain Grand Prix.

Federer went into 'trance-like state' to keep 7th Wimbledon title hopes alive
Tennis ace Roger Federer has revealed he went into a trance-like state during his match with Julien Benneteau, as the Swiss came back from two sets down to win the match, and more essentially to keep hopes of winning a record-breaking seventh Wimbledon title alive.

Ivanovic taking inspiration from Sharapova to claw her way back to top
Ana Ivanovic, who won the French Open title in 2008, has revealed that she is taking inspiration from Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova for her rapid rise back up in the rankings.

Balotelli is world's first 200m pounds footballer, claims his agent
Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has been declared the world's first 200 million pound footballer by his own agent.

Hamilton to break 'McLaren' tradition by demanding to keep Silverstone race-winning trophies
Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton will demand to be allowed to keep his Silverstone race-winning trophies in a 100 million pound showdown with McLaren over his new contract.

Hodgson insists 'England must remain English' and not ape Spain ahead of Brazil 2014 World Cup
Three Lions' manager Roy Hodgson has insisted England must remain English and not try to ape World Champions Spain.

Tyson Fury convinced about taking heavyweight title from Klitschko
Tyson Fury has said that his dream of winning a world heavyweight championship against reigning Ukrainian boxer champion Vitali Klitschko will happen, but only when he is 'ready'.

Balotelli's 'agonized' biological Ghanaian parents 'just want him to come home'
The Ghanaian parents of Italy striker Mario Balotelli have expressed their agony of not being able to meet their son and claimed that they do not care about his money, but just want him to come home.

Coe insists Team GB snubbed Becks will still be part of London Olympics
London Oympics chief Sebastian Coe has insisted that soccer star David Beckham will be offered a role at the Games, despite receiving a heartbreaking snub by Team GB football manager Stuart Pearce.

'Crestfallen' German camp upbeat despite crashing out of Euros at the hands of Italy
German coach Joachim Low has expressed disappointment at crashing out of the Euro Cup after a 2-1 defeat to Italy in the semifinal, but is confident his young side would be able to muddle through with the defeat.

Balotelli dedicates golden brace in Italy's Euro SF win over Germany to mum
Striker Mario Balotelli, who scored two goals to fire Italy into the Euro Cup final after beating Germany 2-1, has dedicated both goals to his adoptive mother Silvia.

Warner warns England pacers 'bowl fast and get smacked for boundaries'
Australia opener David Warner has warned England pace bowlers that the faster they will bowl, the easier it would be for him to smack them for boundaries.

'Magical' Iniesta is world's best player, not Ronaldo or Messi: Spanish star Silva
Spanish midfielder David Silva has said his teammate Andres Iniesta is world's best player ahead of Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo or Argentina's Lionel Messi.

Warne criticises ECB 'egoistic' treatment of match winner Pietersen
Defending his former Hampshire teammate over a retirement row, spin legend Shane Warne has criticized the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) over their treatment of Kevin Pietersen.

Comedian Keith Lemon challenges Murray to game of 'Swingball' ahead of Wimbledon clash
English comedian Leigh Francis, who portrays the fictional character of Keith Lemon, challenged tennis ace Andy Murray to a game of Swingball, ahead of his first-round match at the Wimbledon 2012.

Jobless youngsters in UK to be taught cricket to keep them from crime
Around 10,000 Neets (Not in Education, Employment and Training) will be taught the basic skills of cricket to gain sports qualifications, which would keep them out of trouble, by cricket's charity organisation.

Katy Perry says she needs no 'Prince Charming' to be happy
Katy Perry is certain that her life is like a "very modern fairy tale" but insists that she can achieve happiness without finding her "Prince Charming".

Astrologers and bookmakers predicted Brand and Perry split
Astrologers and bookmakers had predicted rocky times for Katy Perry and Russell Brand, which would eventually end in divorce.

Mitch Winehouse still grieving over Amy's death
Singer Amy Winehouse's father Mitch is still trying to come to terms with her death but says that working with the charity he set up in her memory is helping him with his grief.

Suri Cruise throws temper tantrum in NY toyshop
Seems like Suri Cruise has got enough feistiness to cover for her parents, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, who often display a calm and level head in public.

Hill urges McLaren duo to mount titanic 'title' assault on Red Bull
Former F1 ace, Damon Hill has called on Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button to give current Formula One champions, Red Bull a tough time on track.

Rory McIlroy's ex forbids pals from talking about him during Xmas
Rory McIlroy's ex-girlfriend Holly Sweeney has banned her friends from mentioning the golf star over Christmas.

Man U, not Chelsea, can stop Man City from winning Premier League title: Nasri
Ahead of the Premier League clash with Chelsea, Manchester City winger Samir Nasri insists that the biggest threat to their title dream is Manchester City, and not the West London-based team.

Lord's set for stand-by-stand redevelopment
The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) committee have revealed that they have dropped plans for a 400 million pounds major redevelopment of Lord's in favour of a gradual upgrade on a stand-by-stand basis.

Heather Mills denies disclosing McCartney's 'heartbreaking' message to Piers Morgan
Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney's ex-wife Heather Mills has denied she had never disclosed her private voice mail messages to former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan.

Piers Morgan says 'listening to Heather Mills' private message' was not 'unethical'
Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan has admitted to listening to a voice mail message that rock legend Sir Paul McCartney left on his wife's mobile phone, but denied his behaviour was 'unethical'.

Cherie Blair's pregnancy 'possibly revealed by phone hacking': Alastair Campbell
Alastair Campbell, once a strategist for former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, has launched a sweeping attack on Britain's newspapers, claiming that a story about Cherie Blair's pregnancy was 'possibly' obtained by phone hacking.

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