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With news breaking of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce, reputable US media outlets are now reporting that an on-set affair was the catalyst for the high-profile couple's split. 

Page Six is currently claiming that the Oscar-winning actress felt compelled to dump her partner of 12-years when she learned he was cheating on her with a co-star.

Angelina, 41, and Brad, 53, famously met on the set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith when the latter was still married to Jennifer Aniston. 

Page Six adds that a private investigator hired to monitor Mr Pitt while he filmed his latest movie in London confirmed Ms Jolie's worst fears

"She hired a private eye because she felt that he was fooling around with her on the set, and it turns out, he was. And that was the final straw," a source has told the media outlet.

The Inglourious Basterds star has been rumoured for months to have grown increasingly close to his Allied co-star, Marion Cotillard.

Mail Online furthermore reports that Angie had grown weary of her spouse's lifestyle and approach to parenting.

She is seeking full physical custody of their six kids, but is willing to grant him legal and visitation rights. 

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He's reportedly spent some €7m keeping his HIV positive status a secret, but Charlie Sheen may now be facing yet more financial – and indeed, legal – woes. 

The 50-year-old Hollywood star has been married three times and is resident in California. There, it is a crime for someone to have unprotected sex when that person knows he or she is infected with a "communicable disease" (such as HIV). 

If convicted, he'd face six months in jail. And if it was proven in court that he knowingly had sex with another person with the specific intent of transmitting the disease, then he could be looking at eight years in prison. 

Of course, Charlie has not specifically said if he's had unprotected sex or not. However, he's already settled several cases with people who were involved with the actor and who were unaware of his HIV status.

One settlement is said to have occurred as recently as last month.

Police sources have told TMZ that as of yet, no one has come forward yet complaining Mr Sheen exposed them to the virus.

The actor is father to five children by three different women: Cassandra, 30, with ex-girlfriend Paula Profit; Sam, 11, and Lola, 10, with ex-wife Denise Richards; and twins Bob and Max, 6, with ex-wife Brooke Mueller.

He was fired from Two And A Half Men last year after going on repeated drug and alcohol benders. Charlie then went on to have a very public breakdown, giving a semi-incoherent, now-infamous interview to ABC’s 20/20.

Today, Mail Online is reporting an exclusive which details Mr Sheen's many personal troubles.

Saying he has become a "recluse in his own home," the website adds that the actor is addicted to crack cocaine, which he would smoke while repeatedly watching his old movies.

Mail Online adds that both male and female porn stars were paid anything from €23,000 to €32,000 a night each to "hang out with him" at his upmarket home. He is said to have had sexual relations with numerous men and women working in the adult entertainment industry.

Radar Online says Mr Sheen has been HIV positive for four years, with The National ENQUIRER breaking the details of his cover-up yesterday.

 

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Harper Beckham is widely regarded as one of the world's most adorable four-year-olds.

Meanwhile, her parents David, 40, and Victoria, 41, are regularly praised for the way in which they handle the spotlight AND raise their four children.

However, when images of little Harper emerged over the weekend which showed her with a soother in her mouth – the reaction from certain corners was furious. 

Mail Online appears to be the most high-profile critic, and in article published under Jemma Buckley's byline, it was suggested that the Beckhams "risked stunting their daughter's speech and were putting her teeth at risk of damage" by allowing her to use a soother. 

The website also cited former midwife and "parenting expert" Clare Byam-Cook, who is quoted as saying: "You are far less likely to speak if you have a dummy in your mouth than if your mouth is free.

"Many dentists will agree that dummy use at this age really is not good."

She furthermore suggested: "It could be last child syndrome – because she is the youngest David and Victoria could be clinging on to her being a baby."

However, the article proved divisive – not least with the child's dad himself, who had brought his daughter out for lunch in West Hollywood with big brother Brooklyn, 16, when the snaps were taken.

In a lengthy Instagram post shared this evening, the former footballer asked: "Why do people feel they have the right to criticize a parent about their own children without having any facts??

"Everybody who has children knows that when they aren't feeling well or have a fever you do what comforts them best and most of the time it's a pacifier so those who criticize think twice about what you say about other people's children because actually you have no right to criticize me as a parent…"

And he received plenty of support from fans too.

Underneath the post, which garnered 300,000 likes in an hour, one commentator offered: "Well said david… ignore the narrow minded people… clearly the people who judge and pass comment dont know how to parent!

"You're a fab daddy that's all that matters."

Another stated: "No need to explain yourself, only you know your child!"

A third fan said: "I had a pacifier till the age of 5!!! My speech and teeth are perfectly fine! Your child… Your decision!"

David and Victoria Beckham, who are collectively worth €275m, are parents to Romeo, 12, and Cruz, ten, as well as eldest Brooklyn and youngest Harper. 

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