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Risqué movie actress denies cancer rumours

Risqué movie actress denies cancer rumours

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Actress and singer Vang Sreyno finally denounced breast-cancer rumours last Friday while attending the wedding of actor Souk Sophea.

“I’m sick of this kind of rumour,” the singer, who took a break from her career two years ago, said.

The beauty, hit the spotlight for a revealing scene in the 2005 movie Human or Ghost, said: “I wouldn’t be standing here smiling and talking to reporters if I had breast cancer.”

Vang Sreyno is one of several celebrities alleged to have undergone breast-enlargement surgery, the most popular form of cosmetic surgery in Cambodia.

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

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