Moss asks Paltrow: 'why don't you eat some f****** carbs?'

Red top tales: Moss and Paltrow's beachside spat, Jacko doctor's jailhouse blues

LAST UPDATED AT 11:54 ON Wed 21 Mar 2012

GWYNETH Paltrow was involved in a “bust up” with supermodel Kate Moss at Sir Philip Green’s birthday bash in Mexico, The Sun claims. The Hollywood actress was jogging along the beach at the luxurious Caribbean Sea resort when she ran past Moss. The model, who was enjoying a bag of crisps, reportedly shouted at Paltrow: “Oi, what are you jogging for?” According to a 'source': "Gwyneth fired back, 'So I don't look like you when I get old.' Kate was speechless for a second, then threw some crisps at her. She said, 'Why don't you eat some f****** carbs!' The spat was the talk of the dinner."

Barcelona goalscoring ace Lionel Messi could be sending secret messages to the Syrian rebels through his dribbling skills claims The Sun, which says the Argentine has been "dragged into the weirdest propaganda war ever". Broadcaster Addounia showed footage of Messi, 24, going on a twisting run before setting up a goal against Real Madrid and claimed the direction of his run was a secret code used by gun runners smuggling arms into Syria. "It would not be the first time state-controlled Addounia made crazy claims," says the paper. "The channel once said a rival station sent coded messages via its weather forecasts."

Harry Potter actor Jamie Waylett, who played Hogwarts bully Vincent Crabbe in the blockbuster films, has been jailed for two years for “going on a rampage” in last summer’s riots. CCTV footage had captured Waylett holding a molotov cocktail and accepting a stolen bottle of champagne from a looted supermarket in Camden, north London during the third night of violence, the Daily Mirror reports. His lawyer told the court earlier that Waylett had struggled to cope with fame.

Michael Jackson's “killer doctor” says he is “close to death” after contracting dysentery in LA County Jail, the Daily Star reports. Dr Conrad Murray says he has lost 30 pounds and become ill because he can’t eat prison food and is being “forced” to live off tinned fish and drink dirty water. It is believed that Murray, 59, who was jailed for four years for the involuntary manslaughter of Jackson in 2009, is filing multiple appeals to get out of jail because of his health. LA County Sheriff spokesman says all inmates receive “proper nutrition and medical care”.

Britain's oldest new mother now regrets having a baby at the age of 57, the Daily Mail reports. Sue Tollefsen, a retired teacher, now 61, says a recent blood infection that left her incapacitated over Christmas made her realise she may not be alive to see her daughter Freya grow up and now believes that “50 should probably be the cut-off” for having a baby. Miss Tollefsen became pregnant in 2007 after she and her partner - who she has since split with - spent £15,000 on fertility treatment in Russia.

A couple who own a Norfolk newsagents have been jailed for telling a customer he’d won £10 on the lottery when he had actually won over £156,000, The Sun reports. Alfred Jeevarajah, 45, and wife Anne, 38, were each sentenced to 14 months. When 73-year-old customer Gwyn Badham-Davies handed over his lottery ticket to be checked Mrs Jeevarajah noticed he had four correct numbers but told him he had only three. A week later her husband called Camelot to claim the prize.

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