RU­MOUR MILL

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MEAN STREAK Some peo­ple want to be seen as char­i­ta­ble without giv­ing much in the way of time or money. Which no­table phi­lan­thropist re­cently had to seek le­gal ad­vice on how to dump a com­mit­tee mem­ber who re­fused to make a con­tri­bu­tion to the char­ity? We think the miser should loosen his purse strings or for­feit his seat. SLIP­PERY SLOPE This lady is the talk of the town—for the wrong rea­sons. While her cause is ad­mirable, many feel she’s us­ing her char­ity for self-pro­mo­tion and to gain prod­uct-en­dorse­ment deals for her­self and her fam­ily. It’s a dan­ger­ous game, honey; your so­cial cred­i­bil­ity could soon be toast. KEEP­ING UP AP­PEAR­ANCES Which for­mer high-flyer has been post­ing #OOTDS on his so­cial me­dia ac­counts to make it look like he’s got a fab­u­lously flam­boy­ant wardrobe? The fact is, he’s been snap­ping pho­tos of him­self try­ing on sam­ples in the brands’ show­rooms.

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