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Love Island’s Tasha Ghouri makes HUGE relationship move with Andrew Le Page

LOVE Island favourite Tasha Ghouri has taken another huge step in her relationship with her boyfriend Andrew Le Page. The duo recently embarked on a global trip as they stopped over in countries like Dubai and Singapore. But Tasha, 23, told The Sun that the pair's main objective was to go and see her brother over in Australia.

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OnlyFans star jailed after ignoring cops' warning to stop 'obscene materials' content
charges including breaching a police order to stay off OnlyFans and another for transmitting "obscene material". The 22-year-old was arrested in Singapore in December last year following complaints from a fuming bloke who claimed he found a sexy video of Titus on his 12-year-old niece’s phone.READ MORE: OnlyFans OAP, 70, hits back at trolls who call her 'saggy waste of space' Cops released him on bail under the condition he didn’t make any more content – a request ignored by the influencer.He will now spend three weeks behind bars in a punishment that also saw him fined, court documents show.In an online rant posted to YouTube, Titus explained how the nature of OnlyFans meant he couldn’t control who could access his content.He explained: “We only create content for people who are our age and wish to have content they want to see.“And all this is on the basis of everything is consensual.“We don’t force you to watch our content, we don’t force you to pay, it’s not open for public consumption, and if I don’t impede on your life and your lifestyle, to the person who reported me, why are you impeding in mine?”He told the court he had felt “obligated” to continue providing content to his subscribers.Singapore is a conservative state and the sale and production of pornographic material is banned.But OnlyFans creators have carried on in spite of the strict rule and Titus became a top model with over 3,000 paid subscribers watching his content.His bisexual image and mainly male fanbase further triggered Singapore authorities, who still discriminate based on sexuality.Titus told CNN that he plans “to meditate and read” when he’s in prison.He added: “It wouldn’t be fair if the ban stayed.