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Actress hooks up with rumoured foreigner

Actress hooks up with rumoured foreigner

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Actress and singer Kim Liza’s million-dollar guest-house investment was rumoured to be sponsored by a Cambodian Aussie man.

The 23-year-old starlet is believed to be in a relationship with a 40-year-old divorced man from Melbourne after they met in Australia during her performance last year.

The singer insisted the money for the guesthouse came from her family and her own savings.

But she posted photos on Facebook of her and the man snuggling like love birds.

Under the photos, they wrote to each other: “I miss you honey. I really want to see you my darling!”

Kim Liza declined to comment on this rumour and her phone was unreachable.

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