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Pop princess hit with mistress rumours

Pop princess hit with mistress rumours

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Pop singer Eva has been accused of having a relationship with a married man.

Various unflattering comments were posted on the teen star’s Facebook page denouncing the alleged affair.

One comment said: “I just knew that Eva was a dirty kind of girl. I really hate her. How can she be happy while sleeping with other people’s husband?”

Another comment said, “Everyone, why did Eva start blocking users who said bad things about her? If she is innocent, why does she have to be afraid?”

In response to those comments, Eva’s mother, who is also her spokesperson, denied the relationship.

The mother of the 18-year old singer said: “I want to go on TV and inform the public that Eva has never used Facebook.

Some people have used her name and created a fake account.”

Lay Sokchamroeurn, manager of Sunday Production, which Eva works for, also assured the media Eva was not in a romantic relationship.

He added: “Her parents follow her to every concert.”

To contact the reporter on this story: Seth Kimsoeurn at [email protected]

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