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Paris Hilton’s ex-beau walks out on her

So much for Paris Hilton’s renewed romance with shipping heir Stavros Niarchos.
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So much for Paris Hilton’s renewed romance with shipping heir Stavros Niarchos.

Just days ago, the partying heiress was back in the arms of her ex-beau, declaring, “We’re together now here, we love each other.” Now, it looks like the two have split again. The two were at P. Diddy’s white party in Saint Tropez, and the shipping heir stormed out after Hilton accused him of not trusting her, according to reports.

“Paris was clapping at Diddy’s trampoline antics while Stavros was on the other side of the pool, glaring at her,” a source told the London Mirror. “He began texting Paris to come over, but she refused, sending him harsh messages on her diamante-covered Blackberry. Eventually, she stormed over and yelled, ‘Don’t you trust me? Get over it!”

Stavros reportedly stormed off while Paris continued to party with Diddy until 6 a.m.

Material Girl's moneyDid UNICEF shun Madonna’s money?

The Material Girl recently , which benefits children orphaned by AIDS, but she had originally tried to team up the charity with UNICEF, according to the source — who claims that the charity giant “got a little uncomfortable” about the organization.

“Raising Malawi has strong links to Kabbalah,” says the insider, “and I believe that UNICEF, in its eagerness to be as pure as Caesar’s wife, was uneasy with the idea or the pairing.”

Notes from all overSpeaking of Kabbalah, Lindsay Lohan — who was spotted without her red-string bracelet — seems to have tied one on again. The bracelet is a trademark of the trendy religious movement.  . . . Looks like Charlie Sheen has fully rebounded from his split from Denise Richards. His new girlfriend, Brooke Mueller, has moved in with the “Two and a Half Men” star.  . . . Sounds like Eva Longoria desperately wants to be a housewife. “Your looks can only last so long and you can’t depend on them forever,” the “Desperate Housewives” star said. “The most important thing to me is not work — it’s to have a family. I want to be a mother. I want to get married. I want to raise kids. I’d much rather have a family than win an Oscar.”

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