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Updated: 18.13 FINE GAEL TD Michelle Mulherin has repaid a further €1,295 for calls she made to Kenya from her personal phone in Leinster House.

A spokesperson for the Oireachtas confirmed that Mulherin had repaid the money, but said they would not be commenting further on the matter. Indeed for the most part they pertained to a third party, who is a private citizen, who had been maligned and defamed in a newspaper article because of association with me and potential legal action arising there from.

But, they’re tight and refuse to befriend anyone else' Mail Online has found a tweet seemingly posted on Vivica's Twitter account, that reads: 'This menopause id (sic) killing me I cant think straight, Im acting a damn fool half the time 50 just isn't sexy.'According to sources, once Vivica, 49, realised that Kenya had done, she deleted the message, she erupted in fury, with one saying: 'It was World War III on that set.

Fiery Kenya, 43, appears on the new season of the NBC reality show and had a spectacular fall-out with actress Vivica Fox during filming - in which she tweeted a message from Vivica's phone complaining about the menopause.

Star Magazine has already called Kenya 'The Most Hated Apprentice, citing a show insider who claimed 'Kenya is rude and a holy terror to the crew.

We are calling it #Shujaaz360 We’ve got lots and lots of numbers (quantitative data collected via nationally representative surveys), and we’ve got deep, rich and textured stories (qualitative data collected face to face with young people, by young people, through scenario-enriched focus groups: what we call ‘Ground Truth’, through games and even by going under-cover). A huge digital conversation that we have triangulated with our ‘quant’ numbers and our ‘qual’ stories. #Sex Money Fun is our top line attempt at doing that.

One curious thing about #Sex Money Fun in Kenya is when and where it happens.

It's definitely number 18, opposite the Tesco car park: an unassuming, 1960s terraced house with grey blinds pulled across the windows.

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