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CW: Article contains reference to rape.

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Premiere - New York Source: PBG

If you’re in East London, Harry Potter’s Matthew Lewis needs your help

Matthew Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter franchise, has found himself in a bit of a bind, and has reached out to Twitter for help.

It seems the actor was separated from his wallet in East London on Monday, and he’s attempted to strike a deal with whoever is currently in possession of it.

According to Matthew, they’re welcome to keep anything they find inside – ‘money, cards, the lot’ – as long as they return a token of huge sentimental value.

In a tweet posted last night, Matthew suggested that whoever is in possession of the wallet to use the address on his driving licence in order to return a small piece of metal which has a note written by his wife engraved on it.

And yes, Twitter is in bits.

Fans in East London are reportedly on the case, so fingers crossed, you know yourself.

Chris Brown tells Instagram that the rape allegation is ‘against his morals’

Yesterday, news broke that Chris Brown had been arrested in the French capital following a rape allegation.

The performer, along with two other individuals believed to be his friend and bodyguard, were taken into custody, but released without charge last night.

In response to the allegations, the 29-year-old posted a graphic on his Instagram which read: ‘This Bitch Lyin’.’

Alongside the post which has already been liked in excess of 1,000,000 times, Chris wrote: “I wanna make it perfectly clear. This is false and whole lot of cap. (sic)”

For my daughter and my family, this is so disrespectful and is against my character and morals.

The woman at the centre of the case claims that she was raped in Brown’s suite on January 15 in the Mandarin Oriental.

Britain's Got Talent 2019 Source: PA Wire/PA Images

Ant McPartlin said he didn’t deserve NTA award for Best TV Entertainment Presenter

Last night at the National Television Awards, Ant and Dec were awarded the Best TV Entertainment Presenter accolade, despite the fact that Ant spent the vast majority of 2018 out of the limelight.

When word of their nomination landed in recent weeks, members of the public were more than a little confused as to why Ant might be up for the award – something he addressed in his acceptance speech yesterday.

Upon hearing the news at the Britain’s Got Talent auditions, Ant said: “Aw wow. Aw wow. Wow. Thank you, thank you, thank you thank you very much.”

This is a genuine shock, especially this year. I’m shaking here. We want to say thank you to everybody -  I mean, I really don’t feel like I can accept this award this year.

Gesturing to Dec, Ant continued: “The one reason we won the award this year is because of this guy.”

Dec acknowledged the support he received from the public in Ant’s absence,and reminded Dermot O’Leary that he had threatened to ‘chuck in the towel’ if the duo won, saying: “Happy retirement, Dermot!”


And in the rest of the day’s dirt

  • Comedian Kevin Barnett has died at the age of 32. (variety.com)
  • Alison Hammond needed a name-check during This Morning’s acceptance speech at the NTAs. (huffingtonpost.com)
  • Danny Dyer thinks Jack and Dani might be the next Holly and Phil. Cue tumbleweeds. (mirror.co.uk)
  • Anna Wintour had nothing but praise for Megan Markle this week. (etonline.com)

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