TEASE: Katie shows Kieran what he is missing
The notorious model took to Instagram to show her cheating hubby Kieran Hayler exactly what he is missing.Sharing a racy throwback snap, the Pricey oozed sex appeal as she pouted up a storm.Taken during a sultry photoshoot, Katie rocked a tiny black leotard and matching open-toed heels.Flaunting her killer pins, the star posed with one hand on her hip while the other slid against her booty.
HUNK: Austin shows off his shirtless torso
Taking to Twitter, Marc Jacobs' ex shared a shirtless holiday snap with his fans.Flaunting his toned-torso and muscled chest, Austin looks happier than ever.Though while the shot initially please his supporters it seems his caption did not.Alongside the snap, Austin Armacost wrote: "This is my body.
SPEAKING OUT: Kevin posted a video online
First the star was accused of cheating after Radar Online published pictures of him in a car with model Monique Gonzalez.While he denied the rumours at the time, it did little to calm the rumour mill.TMZ also claimed to have three incriminating videos of the star with another woman who wasn't his wife or Monique.Kevin has now broken his silence – claiming someone is "trying to extort money from him."
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