4D TOPS, THEN COMES TOTO

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Fans believe that's not her in video

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Vasantham actress denies being in online sex video

"I just know they are judging me for something that I didn’t do." - Udaya Soundari

A sex video that claims to feature popular Vasantham actress Udaya Soundari has been circulating online for the past week.

But Udaya is adamant that the woman in the video is not her. She has made a police report about the video.

She told The New Paper: "When I first saw the video, my friends and I just laughed it off. Obviously, I knew it wasn't me. And it was immediately clear to my friends without me having to assure them."

But the problem escalated when the video was posted on several porn sites.

"That just ate into my soul," said Udaya.

She said she could see "dirty looks" cast in her direction when she is out in public.

"I just want to tell them that it wasn't me."

Read the full report in our print edition on Feb 27.

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By the numbers

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Toto punter dreams of lucky numbers

MILLIONS ON THEIR MINDS: Punters queuing outside a Singapore Pools outlet in Pasir Ris West Plaza during lunchtime yesterday.

She often dreams in her sleep but on Wednesday night, her dream was particularly peculiar.

The woman, who wanted to be known only as Madam Tan, told The New Paper: "I dreamt that I bumped into an old lady while climbing the stairs.

"She gave me a few numbers and told me to bet on them."

The next day, Madam Tan, 53, a housewife, spent $10 on two Toto tickets with those numbers.

Like many other punters, she is hoping to win this year's Hong Bao Draw's $12 million jackpot prize - the largest since 2002.

Read the full report in our print edition on Feb 27.

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NEW FACES OF JOHOR RESORT

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Fann Wong dropped traditional CNY steamboat reunion meal for first time because of baby son

FESTIVE: Christopher Lee with baby Zed in Malacca to visit Lee's family over Chinese New Year.

It's baby Zed's first Chinese New Year.

And the six-month-old boy changed the festive celebrations so much for his parents, local celebrity couple Fann Wong and Christopher Lee, that they even did away with their usual steamboat spread for their annual reunion lunch on Chinese New Year eve last Wednesday.

Instead, they ordered food from a restaurant, buying several CNY dishes such as Prosperity Pen Cai (treasure pot), roast meat and claypot rice for the family, while Zed got his own cod fish and carrot porridge.

Wong, 44, told The New Paper: "Every year, we have steamboat and lo hei (prosperity toss) with my family, but because of Zed, we changed a little this year as I was a little scared (for his safety)."

Not only that, the first-time parents also over-prepared before they made their way to Malacca by car to visit Malaysia-born Lee's family for seven days, starting from the first day of Chinese New Year last Thursday.

Wong said: "We were worrying about what to take for Zedzed as it was his first time travelling for so long to another country. We packed and repacked, I felt like we brought our entire house there."

Read the full report in our print edition on Feb 27.

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Mr Lee remains warded

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Drug haul at Woodlands

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Lawyer M. Ravi remains suspended

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