LEIGH Griffiths’s ex-girlfriend Linzi McCartney was left fuming after the Scottish footballer took away the swanky Mercedes she’d been driving. The Celtic striker, 27, went with a friend to collect the £60,000 4x4 from her home just hours after she named him as the father of her newborn daughter. Linzi, 26, also slammed the footballer as a “tadger” in an online outburst, while revealing she’d given daughter Ellie his surname.
THE ex-girlfriend of Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths claims she’s given birth to his fifth child. Linzi McCartney, 26 — who has two sons with the star, 27 — named him as three-week-old Ellie’s dad and gave her his surname. The former WAG's revelation came just minutes after he posted a photo of his new girlfriend online. The Hoops star, 27, shared his first snap of current love Caitlyn Melville, 25, on Instagram today, apparently confirming the pair’s relationship.
A TWISTED monster who doused his mum in petrol and set her on fire lied about being the victim of a horror work blaze in a bid to hide his crime from fellow lags. Sources revealed that cons at first felt sorry for William Kelly, 42, at Barlinnie nick in Glasgow. One said: “He told us he worked with cars and there was an accident with petrol. “He laid it on really thick, made us all feel really sorry for him.”But inmates turned on him when they discovered the truth.
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