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Star denies rumours of an illegitimate child

Star denies rumours of an illegitimate child


Shortly after fighting off rumours that she was suffering breast cancer, sexy actress Vang Sreyno has found herself the subject of more buzz – this time, that she is the mother of a three-year-old girl from a relationship with a married man.

A source has said that Vang Sreyno took a long break from her showbiz career three years ago to spend time looking after the illegitimate child.

“The man is married and had three other children. He still has not broken up with Vang Sreyno even though his wife told him to.”

Vang Sreyno told the Post that she would never date a married man, adding that people might be mistaking her niece to be her own daughter. “I used to take my three-year-old niece shopping or to parties.

My niece always calls me 'Mommy'. I love her like my own daughter.”

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


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