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October 26, 2011

Tara Reid Faked Her Marriage

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Tara Reid faked her marriage!

The actress recently announced that she got marriage to Zack Kehayov during a whirlwind vacation in the Greek Isles but now she's saying that she really didn't ger married. When a TMZ camerman asked her about the marriage, she said that,  "We were never really married. No, it was never legal." added that if they were on The Newlywed Game that they "would lose."

What do you thnk about Tara Reid faking her marriage? Comment below!

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August 15, 2011

Tara Reid Engaged & Married On The Same Day

Tara Reid Engaged & Married On The Same Day

Tara Reid got engaged and married on the same day.

Tara Reid and her boyfriend Zack Kehayov just got engaged and married while vacationing in Greece. The pair have been dating for a bit and Zach decided to surprise Tara with a huge ring. Reid tweeted,“I just got engaged,”  followed with “Greece married! Love in Greece … I am now a wife:) … Just got married in Greece I love being a wife!”

Are you surprised Tara Reid got engaged and married on the same day?

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January 05, 2009

Tara Reid Is Done With Rehab

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After only three weeks of treatment Tara Reid has checked out of rehab.

People is reporting that "She's doing well. The whole family is very positive about this being the new beginning for her. Despite Reid being in treatment since only last month, her family and friends are optimistic about her future. They are taking steps to do everything they can to help Tara keep on the right track."

Congrats Tara. Do you think 3 weeks is enough time to kick alcohol?

 

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