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TV host denies mistress rumours

TV host denies mistress rumours

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Former TV host Pich Sereyroth has been hit by a spate of rumours after ending her seven-year relationship with Bayon TV producer Kong Visal and announcing her retirement from show business.

The former star recently bought an expensive twin villa and a luxury car, causing people to speculate that her wealth comes from new lovers.

Pich Sereyroth is rumoured to have been involved with numerous prominent married men, including a military official, a Chinese embassy official, a high-ranking police officer’s son and a rich businessman.

She has denied having a relationship with anyone since the end of her last relationship.

“I’m not afraid to go out,” she says. “I never involve myself with married men.”

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

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