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Hilary Duff Grabs Dinner with Ex Mike Comrie amid His Sexual Assault Investigation

Hilary Duff had dinner Wednesday night with her ex-husband Mike Comrie, who is is under investigation for alleged sexual battery.

The former couple, who share 4-year-old son Luca, dined at Il Pastaio in Beverly Hills. Both dressed casually for the outing, with Duff, 29, sporting jeans and a red shirt with shoulder cut-outs. She wore her hair in a half up style.

The former professional hockey player, 36, donned jeans and a grey sweater.

Duff and the former hockey player wed in 2010. They officially divorced in 2016 after separating in 2014.

PEOPLE previously confirmed that Comrie is being investigated by Los Angeles police for alleged sexual battery.

While authorities could not provide further details, sexual battery involves a person touching “an intimate part of another person” without their consent, according to California law.

Comrie was later spotted out in L.A. and alone at his condo as news of the criminal investigation spread.

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Duff has been open about her relationship with a new beau, singer and Matthew Koma. The duo spent Valentine’s Day in Costa Rica together, laughing and kissing on the beach.

Koma commemorated their trip with an Instagram post, showing two Polaroid-like photos: one of the beach and blue ocean, the other of her curled against his chest.

Duff later shared a snap of her own, of her and Koma kissing in the forest.

 

Before her relationship with Koma, Duff’s most recent boyfriend since Comrie was trainer Jason Walsh. They split in the fall.

A rep Comrie did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.


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Milo Yiannopoulos’ Upcoming Book Grabs Top Spot On Amazon’s Best-Seller List

Milo Yiannopoulos might have been forced to cancel his recent appearance at U.C. Berkeley following riotous protests in the streets, but his “dangerous” message hasn’t been silenced.

After his upcoming book, Dangerous, appeared for pre-order on Amazon, it rocketed to the top of the site’s hourly updated best-seller list. The book is slated to hit bookstores on March 14. In second: the now-restocked mass-market edition of 1984 by George Orwell. 

Yiannopoulos’ publisher Threshold, a conservative nonfiction imprint at Simon & Schuster, stood by their decision to print the book despite widespread outcry over giving the “alt-right” poster boy and notorious Twitter bully such a respectable platform. Financially, this appears to have been a solid bet. Despite the mass protests and sudden popularity of anti-authoritarian literature witnessed in the streets and on best-seller lists, respectively, in the past few weeks, hard-right viewpoints still muster plenty of support. 

Threshold described Dangerous, in a statement confirming the book deal, as “a book on free speech.” Yiannopoulos, an editor at Breitbart News and popular speaker in alt-right circles, told The Hollywood Reporter that he “spent half an hour trying to shock [Simon & Schuster executives] with lewd jokes and outrageous opinions. I thought they were going to have me escorted from the building — but instead they offered me a wheelbarrow full of money.”

On Breitbart, and during his “Dangerous Faggot” speaking tour, he has repeatedly espoused such “outrageous opinions” as the assertion that transgender people are “deeply mentally damaged,” that the U.S. has a “Muslim problem,” and that women should leave the internet to make it more fun for men.

Yiannopoulos’ provocative stances have been termed hate speech by some critics, and CNN noted recently that his college speaking tour has “coincided with a flurry of hate crimes around the country.” The recent cancellation of his Berkeley speech was not the first of his appearances on college campuses to be shut down by massive protests. 

Nonetheless, his anti-political-correctness stance and his trollish, outspoken approach to political dialogue has won him fame and considerable support in far-right circles. As Publishers Weekly’s Jim Milliott told The Los Angeles Times last month, “Conservative books sell at least as well as quote unquote liberal books.” Novels and nonfiction works by right-wing figureheads such as Bill O’Reilly, Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity have routinely lingered at the top of best-seller lists.

As President Donald Trump’s agenda has elevated those right-wing policies from fringe to mainstream, from opposition to party in power, previously complacent liberals have seemingly turned for insight to Hannah Arendt and Orwell ― but the buying power of conservative readers is holding strong.

The country, it’s been said, is more divided than ever. For anyone in doubt, the sight of Yiannopoulos’ right-wing screed battling for the top spot on Amazon with the anti-totalitarian dystopia 1984 is just one more piece of evidence.

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Sheryl Spanier Grabs Us All With Her Intimate Performance

She doesn’t shout at you. She’s not big and brassy, not like some of our other acclaimed cabaret performers. And yet, Sheryl Spanier, in her simple red-sequined jacket, in her almost-offhand stage presence, commands the room as if she were whispering to each of us and we all stopped talking so we could hear the important things she wanted to tell us.

Her most recent success, on June 9, was at the cozy Don’t Tell Mama room on West 46th Street, in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen.
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You think you’ve heard the clever lyrics and melodic strains of a Rodgers and Hart tune before? Think again. You remember those old Technicolor movies about turn of the (20th!) Century music? You will re-hear them in a completely different mode as Ms. Spanier brings a modern, but respectful, quality to standards we have been humming since childhood.

Watching her on the stage is like listening to your sister (oh, if I only had one) talk about her life. Yes, Ms. Spangler is singing, but she is also talking, talking to you and not bringing attention to herself, but rather explaining how love works, reflecting on the world, reflecting on feelings. It’s really a philosophy lesson as much as a cabaret performance.

The title of her performance–no, let’s call it a dialogue–is “Give Me the Simple(r) Life.” And in a way, the show is that simple. She brings the most sophisticated music of the American Songbook down to an earthy intelligence, sparked by her intuitive understanding of the lyrics. She doesn’t have to be pedantic, or holler. She’s in command of her subject and she shares it without having to show off.

In this Twitter-frenzied world of celebrities who abuse their 15 minutes of fame, who seem to be obsessed with self and selfies, who mistake four-letter words for gravitas, it is more than refreshing to spend 45 minutes with a lady who respects you, the words and music, and herself. And how many performers could end their show by saying to their husbands, “I love you, David,” without sounding corny? But like the totality of her show, it worked. Let’s hear some more.

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