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Aliya keeps mum about special sponsorship

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Actress Aliya has dropped jaws after splashing out thousands of dollars for good causes.

Local gossips suspect this largesse is sponsored by a man rumoured to be in a relationship with the 24-year-old.

After donating a thousand dollars to musician Prach Chhoun, who has been in hospital with a serious condition, Aliya has announced that she will spend thousands more to host a charity concert in early July in order to raise money for orphanage.

A source close to her has alleged that the money is from her French boyfriend, who wants to help her build on her fame.

The actress has just opened a new production company bearing her own name, and has been noticed for her newfound extravagant tastes in shoes, clothes and jewellery.

Aliya has not answered her phone after the emergence of rumours surrounding her apparent love interest, but the actress will soon make an appearance at a charity concert at the Chaktomuk Conference Hall.

To contact the reporter on this story: Sou Vuthy on vuthy.sou@phnompenhpost.com

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