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Hugh Jackman and His Wife Announced Separation



Hugh Jackman and His Wife Announced Separation

After 27 years of marriage, Hugh Jackman and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness, have announced their sad decision to divorce.

The pair thanked God for their almost three decades of love and happiness in a marriage in a statement they first shared with People and then had validated by CNN. They disclosed that their journey is now going in a new direction because they have made the decision to split in order to concentrate on each person’s own development.

The importance of their family has always been, and will continue to be, highlighted by Jackman and Furness. With a spirit of appreciation, love, and kindness, they are starting this new chapter. They also asked for the public’s patience and respect as they make this shift in their life.

The two fell in love after meeting on the set of the television show “Corelli” in 1995; they were married the following year. They both originate from Australia, and they are parents of Oscar, 23, and Ava, 18, who are their only children.

Hugh Jackman sent a loving tribute to his wife on Instagram to commemorate their most recent wedding anniversary in April. He acknowledged the lovely family and life that he and Deborra-Lee Furness had created and conveyed his great love and gratitude for her. He commended her for being a wonderful gift in his life, praising her enthusiasm, generosity, sense of humor, bravery, and loyalty.

In a statement signed “Deb and Hugh Jackman,” the pair stressed their dedication to privacy during this trying time by promising that this is the final remark they will make on the subject.


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Minister Warns Of Sharp ‘differentials In Power’ After Russell Brand Allegations



Russell Brand

There have been “missed opportunities to do the right thing,” according to James Cleverly. (Image: BBC)

When questioned about the accusations made against Russell Brand, the foreign secretary responded that there are “questions for the entertainment industry.”

According to James Cleverly, there are’some real issues where you have these very, very sharp differentials in power’ in certain industries.

‘I think we have to be particularly careful when we listen to the voices of the people who are relatively powerless because we, I think, collectively have missed opportunities to do the right thing and intervene much, much earlier, and we’ve got to be better at this,’ he said in an interview with BBC One’s Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg.

When questioned about if the industry had any questions, Mr. Cleverly responded, “Sadly, I think there are.”

Similarly, Mr. Cleverly said that there was a “specific problem” when there were “environments where there are very, very sharp differentials in power” on the Sunday Morning with Trevor Phillips show on Sky News.

We see that in the entertainment sector, in movies, and, regrettably, in politics, where there are huge power disparities, long hours, and individuals who work in that atmosphere.

“Now, people must take responsibility for their own behavior; there is absolutely no justification for individual misconduct.”

“I believe institutionally we need to be extra careful in those settings. We must make sure that we take extra precautions to safeguard individuals who are weaker than others around them.

“We need to address their concerns as soon as they are brought up,” was the statement.

Four women have accused Russell Brand of rape, sexual assault, and emotional abuse, one of whom claimed to be 16 at the time.

The allegations were recently made public in a piece by The Times, and on Saturday night, a Channel 4 Dispatches broadcast went into further detail about them.

According to four alleged victims, Brand mistreated them between the years of 2006 and 2013.

One alleges that the St. Trinian’s star sexually assaulted her when she was leaning up against a wall at his Los Angeles house, and that he later sent her an apology text after she informed him that “when a girl says no, it means no.”

A second woman claims Brand raped her while she was 16 years old, enrolled in school, and he was 31 years old.

She claims that he ‘thrust his penis down her mouth’ and that she had to strike him in the stomach to get him to stop.

A third woman alleges that Brand threatened to sue her if she disclosed that he had allegedly molested her while they were coworkers in Los Angeles.

A fourth individual tells the magazine that Brand ‘thrust a finger inside of her’ after becoming upset when he discovered she had spoken to an ex-boyfriend.

According to The Times, she alleges he also made her scrub her teeth so hard and make her gums bleed so she would taste “anonymous” to him.

The allegations are refuted by Brand, a 48-year-old actor and comedian who has remade himself as a wellness expert and anti-establishment celebrity with millions of internet followers.

Brand said on Friday night that he had received “extremely disturbing” mail outlining “a litany of extremely egregious and aggressive attacks” from a mainstream TV network and a mainstream newspaper.

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