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Sunday, 24 June 2012

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Former editor of the News of The World Rebekah Crooks today flatly denied a love tryst with former boss Rupert 'Rumpy Pumpy' Murdoch.

The former News International CEO who resigned last year and was arrested 'by appointment' has been in and out of court all week and now faces being on the front pages for allegations about her love life.

The ginger cringer was also married to Eastenders actor Ross Kemp but it ended badly with Brooks cautioned for assault. She is now married to racehorse trainer Charlie Brooks and live amongst the Chipping Norton set, where neighbours number Jeremy Clarkson and Prime Minister David Cameron.

Murdoch also denied the claims on his twitter "Me and Beka? Is she the redhead? I don't recall that happening, but I'm 82 years old you know"

The claims of a love affair between 40 year old Brooks and 82 year old Murdoch taking place on the Wapping boardroom table were due to be printed in a non Murdoch owned Sunday red-top this morning, before a 'super-injuction' denied publication.

The pulped copies of the newspaper will instead be used for chip paper.

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