The day after the Dispatches episode featuring Brand's accusers was aired, the comedian's pub, the Crown Inn in Pishill, Oxfordshire, was fenced off.
Former Sky Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher has described the difficult period she endured after her divorce from Paul Sampson.
The former Sky Sports presenter has said she "wasn't thinking straight" prior to her 2017 arrest.
Kirsty Gallacher has spoken about being ‘stronger’ after splitting from Danny Cipriani earlier this year. The couple are thought to have started dating in 2015, after Kirsty got divorced from husband Paul Sampson in 2014. Speaking to Lorraine about how she’s doing after her split, the Strictly Come Dancing 2015 contestant explained: “It’s been an interesting few years.
Danny Cipriani has reportedly dumped Kirsty Gallacher after struggling with their 12 year age gap. While Kirsty, 40, is believed to be ‘devastated’ with 28-year-old Danny’s decision to end things she apparently also knows it’s for the best. It’s also suggested that the former England rugby ace struggled with the fact that Kirsty is already a Mum to two boys – ages nine and six.
He might have been voted out of Strictly Come Dancing at the weekend (*SOB*), but it sounds like professional dancer Brendan Cole won’t be quitting the BBC show anytime soon.
Kirsty Gallacher ended the run of male celebs being voted off ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ this weekend by becoming the first female contestant of the series to leave the show, but what was more of a talking point was poor Jamelia. Kirsty had been in the bottom two once before, and although she has generally scored higher than other celebs like Jeremy Vine and Carol Kirkwood, it wasn’t too surprising to see her in the dance off, as she didn’t have the potential to go on ‘the journey’ to improve enough to get any further. Jamelia wound up in the bottom two for the THIRD time, despite there being four other celebs below her on the judges’ leaderboard.