Hot on the heels of the super injunction scandal, and other allegations which can't be entered into here, a further raft of celebrity revelations and allegations have surfaced on the social networking micro-blog site, Twitter.
One tweet, which is driving a Wapping feeding frenzy, alleges that music and entertainment industry mogul, Simon Cowell has been known to occasionally sleep on his side.
Another tweet, from the same source, alleges that Take That star Robbie Williams occasionally enjoyed sausage sandwiches with ketchup, as a youngster.
Skoob Entertainment News supremo, Buffty Ginslinger, appears convinced that the tweets are coming from a source which enjoys intimate and privileged access to a whole range of celebrities.
"These tweets are definitely an inside job," Ginslinger revealed. "I would guess that it's somebody on the inside. looking for some kind of revenge for a real or imagined slight. I can't see any other reason for an individual revealing to the world that Cheryl Cole sometimes wears a shower cap when she uses her wet room."
One tweet states that Nicole Sherzinger out of the Pussycat Dolls, occasionally takes breakfast on the terrace wearing nothing but pyjamas and a dressing gown, and occasionally geets partner, Lewis Hamilton, the F1 ace with a perfunctory peck on the lips.
An unnamed Premier League footballer was reported to be so incensed by a tweet which alleged he sometimes stays up until midnight, that he has called the police in.
Linda Barker, out of TV's 60 Minute Makeover was said to be furious about a tweet which alleged that she hasn't washed her net curtains for a month.
Detective Chief Superintendent Jim Leighton, of Scotland Yard's famous Twitter Squad, told SEN:
"We shall be thoroughly investigating these malicious tweets, and can give assurances to the injured parties that there's no way we'll be dropping the ball on this one, much less scoring an own goal. The victims of these terrible allegations can rest easy in the knowledge that their grievances are in the safest hands in the business."
More as we get it.