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Queen of Sexy keeps mum on rookie’s love

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Sexy Cambodian actress Kol Davy adopts a blank expression when asked if she loves rookie star Sothea Piseth, who has already confessed his love to her in public.

The 29-year-old actress, known for her ample bosom and sexy outfits, has denied reports of an affair with SEATV presenter Panha Sith, saying their relationship is like brother and sister.

The rumours about her and Sothea Piseth, however, appear to be true.

A source close to the actress has revealed they saw Kol Davy and Sothea Piseth in a car late at night.

The couple have also been spotted in night-clubs dancing and drinking to their hearts’ content.

The 24- year-old has admitted he and Kol Davy are in love, saying: “She and I have just fallen in love. Our relationship sparks anger in Panha Sith because he was dumped by her.”

Kol Davy is infamous for changing boyfriends as often as her outfits.

Sothea Piseth is the third man who has publicly confessed his love for her, but she remains tight-lipped on the subject.

To contact the reporter on this story: Seth Kimsoeurn at kimsoeurn.seth@phnompenhpost.com

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