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The Spill: Sunday's best entertainment and gossip news.

1. “We’ve hardly spent any time together lately.” Constance Hall has revealed she packed her husband’s belongings after a heated argument.

Australian blogger and media personality Constance Hall has shared an honest post to her Facebook page, detailing an argument she had with her husband, Denim Cooke.

Hall, known and loved for her frankness with her fans, recalled telling her husband “he should just move out”.

“My husband told me yesterday he wanted to spend some time with me, we haven’t spent any time together lately,” Hall recounts to her over a million followers on Facebook.

Hall says she was excited about his gesture, as she feels as though she’s always the one asking to spend time with him.

“So I got excited about him wanting me and I got everything done as early as possible and unfortunately that didn’t make me free until 7pm,” she wrote. “Denim had decided to go to sleep.”

“I woke him up and the fight erupted.”

Hall remembers her internal dialogue telling her: “Your unloveable, he doesn’t want to spend time with you. NOBODY does.”

“I am not proud that the kids heard us fight, they heard me telling him he should just move out. They even asked me to make him stay when I came down stairs. I felt like sh*t, I still do.”

Hall says that in the moment, she instinctively took to Instagram where she shared her marriage struggle on her Stories. And although she was worried she might later regret that decision, instead she feels proud in hindsight that her platform is used for candid – not curated – moments.

On her stories, she admitted she was packing up his clothes as the fight happened.

But as she writes: “Turns out I was wrong, Denz had a completely different story in his head. When you strip back everyone’s reasons for fighting to the very base, you usually end up at the same destination, ‘I’m not good enough.'”

2. Denise Richards claims Charlie Sheen owes her $450K in child support.

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Just when you thought Charlie Sheen was done with all the shady business, the former Two and A Half Men actor is being accused of not paying child support.

Court documents show Sheen's ex-wife, actress Denise Richards, claims the father of their two daughters, Sam, 15, and Lola, 14, owes her $US450,000 ($A657,00) in child support, The New York Post reports.

The documents obtained by The Blast allege Sheen has avoided paying child support since their divorce was finalised in 2006 by diverting funds to adult family members and converting thousands into cash for personal use.

“[Charlie] has squandered over $24,000,000 ($A35 million) from the sale in his interest in Two and a Half Men to pay his personal debts and to support his extravagant lifestyle at the expense of support payments for his children,” the papers read.

In a statement to The Blast, Sheen said: “D and her legal posse traffic only in fiction my day in court is painfully overdue. She is behaving like a coward and the truth will prevail.”

Only time will tell, eh?

3. ‘The environment is untrustworthy’. Brooke Blurton’s concerns for the remaining Bachelor contestants.

After becoming an audience favourite on Nick Cummins' season of The Bachelor and later appearing on season two of Bachelor in Paradise, Brooke Blurton has come to learn the ins and outs of reality TV.

And while her days on The Bachelor franchise may be behind her, it hasn't stopped Brooke from speaking out about her concern for the well-being of contestants on this season of the show.

The 23-year-old social worker and mental health advocate spoke to Nine Honey Entertainment about the need for a better support network on the show.

"I think there's a lot more they could do on The Bachelor. I think they offer a psychologist and that's fine. But that environment is untrustworthy. It's really finding a matter of who you can trust, but then you always have that uncertainty, " she said.

And it's a concern both Brooke and her boyfriend, Nick Power, share.

"My partner watches this season more than I do. He loves it. He feeds back to me and says he's concerned for some of the girls that have gone on the show and aren't being portrayed as the best characters."

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"They offer an offsite psychologist, but I think that personally, I'd like to see someone in person. Someone I can build a relationship with, not just over the phone."

Brooke also opened up about her own experience on being on the show and said she struggled being "very inside" her own head.

Since leaving Bachelor in Paradise, Brooke has continued her work as a vocal mental health advocate and has just been announced as an ambassador for R U OK? day. 

4. Eva Longoria’s letter supporting Felicity Huffman has revealed major Desperate Housewives drama.

Felicity Huffman is one week away from learning her sentence after she pled guilty to mail fraud for paying $15,000 to increase her daughter's SAT score.

Prosecutors are encouraging the judge to sentence the American actress to at least one month in jail, and pay a $15,000 fine.

Ahead of the hearing, a total of 27 people - friends and colleagues of Huffman - have wrote to the judge to demonstrate good character.

One of those friends, was fellow actress Eva Longoria, who worked with Huffman on the ABC comedy-drama Desperate Housewives set.

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Eva Longoria and Felicity Huffman were co-stars on Desperate Housewives. Image: Getty.

Longoria recalled being bullied on set, and says Huffman was one of the only colleagues who protected her.

"I dreaded the days I had to go to work with that person because it was pure torture," Longoria wrote, not mentioning the name responsible for bullying her. The harassment stopped, she recalled, when Huffman told the person: "Enough".

"Felicity could feel that I was riddled with anxiety even though I never complained or mentioned the abuse to anyone," she said.

She also said that when Huffman learnt Longoria was not being paid the same as her co-stars, she again stepped in.

"But Felicity stood up for me, saying it was fair because the success of the show depended on all of us, not one of us. The fight lasted weeks, but Felicity held strong and convinced everyone this was the right thing to do."

In her own letter, Huffman has taken "full responsibility" for her actions.

“I am in full acceptance of my guilt, and with deep regret and shame over what I have done," she wrote.

"My daughter knew absolutely nothing about my actions, and in my misguided and profoundly wrong way, I have betrayed her."

5. “I haven’t had an invite to the wedding.” Bob Irwin hasn’t spoken to Bindi Irwin for 10 years.

When Bindi Irwin marries her longtime boyfriend, Chandler Powell, at Australia Zoo in 2020, her grandfather, Bob Irwin will not be there to celebrate.

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Speaking exclusively to The Courier Mail, the 80-year-old environmentalist and conservationist said thus far, neither he nor his wife, Judy, have been invited by the young couple. And they don't expect to be. After all, he hasn't seen his grandchildren in over a decade.

Despite this, the father of the late Steve Irwin, was adamant that there is no family feud between him and his son's family - Terri, Bindi, and 15-year-old Robert.

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Instead, he says such rumours are untrue and "upsetting," referencing a particularly accusatory article that was published shortly after the couple's engagement in July 2019 that interpreted his 'no comment' on the happy news as sign of a deep rift.

It was that article that encouraged Bob and Judy to write to Bindi, 21, and her fiancé, congratulating them on their engagement and wishing them a "long, happy future together". They're yet to hear back.

“Although a lot of untruths and rubbish and absolute garbage have been written by scumbags in the past, you reach a point where you’ve had enough. It’s important everybody knows the truth, not just Bob and Bindi," he told the publication.

“No, I haven’t had an invite to the wedding and, to be perfectly honest, I wouldn’t expect to be invited to the wedding."

Read our earlier article with the full deep dive on Bindi Irwin's relationship with her grandfather here.

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