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On Tuesday, the pair sat side-by-side to watch Anna Meares beat Victoria Pendleton in the cycling sprint, and then Rice turned up in a leather mini-skirt to cheer on Bryant at the men's basketball quarterfinal where his USA team beat Australia.

Rice, who used to be an avid pole dancer, has boasted about their bond with by posting pictures with her arm around the basketballer, telling her followers: 'First piccy with a "star" going to be hard to beat...

Kobe.'Stephanie, a triple gold Olympic medalist who has not won a medal this year's games, recently revealed that she used to have a stripper pole installed in her home and regularly used it to keep in shape.

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The former dancer originally filed for divorce from Kobe in December after he reportedly cheated on her multiple times with other women over the course of their marriage and, despite him handing her over a large settlement that included the deeds to their three mansions, the pair never finalised it.

And in September 2010 she was slammed she wrote 'suck on that f*ggots' after Australia beat South Africa in a Rugby Union match.

Miss Rice was criticised for the comments and made a tearful public apology.

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Members of the Oregon House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday that would expand the number of people banned from owning guns because of domestic violence or stalking convictions.

More than one lawmaker cried on the House floor while discussing the damage that a raging person can do with a gun.

The chamber's bipartisan adoption of the bill coincidentally came one day after a gunman killed 17 people at a Florida high school. Kate Brown's top priorities for the five-week session now underway.

She tweeted Thursday, "This is a lifesaving policy that will help keep our promise to families across the state to keep our communities safe." More than 250 Oregonians were killed by domestic abusers from 2003 to 2012, according to data from the Oregon Health Authority.

Most victims were women and children, and of the women, more than 80 percent were killed by their husband or boyfriend.

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