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Bayon TV Villainess denies love rumours

Bayon TV Villainess denies love rumours

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Divorced actress Sveng Socheata is trying to act coy to deny a love rumour after a photo of her hugging a man was leaked.

The 30-year-old beauty denied the gossip, saying that the man was just her friend and she will only stay focused on her career, business and her family.

The actress, who rose to fame playing a wicked role on a Bayon TV drama, said: “Now, the three important things in my life are my career in showbiz, my restaurant business in Siem Reap, and my children.”

Sveng Socheata and her ex-husband officially divorced in 2010 after having three children.

She said that the painful memory from her marriage is unforgettable and it will take her longer to be ready for another relationship.

The waitress turned actress said: “I don’t mean I will stay single forever. I’ll find someone one day, but not now.”

To contact the reporter on this story: Sou Vuthy at [email protected]

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