Liz Hurley Splits From Husband, Is Caught With Another Man

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Liz Hurley claims that she separated from husband Arun Nayar months ago, but we're not so sure.

On December 12th, Elizabeth Hurley tweeted that her 3 year marriage to Indian textile heir Arun Nayar was over:

"Not a great day. For the record, my husband Arun & I separated a few months ago. Our close family & friends were aware of this."

The Twitter announcement came just days after the publication of photos revealing Elizabeth kissing famous Aussie cricket player, Shane Warne. The couple had been photographed on two separate occasions, embracing in front of a hotel in London which they later entered.

Hurley married Nayar in March 2007, after dating for five years. And, like any marriage, it had its ups and downs. Liz Hurley & Arun Nayer On The Rocks?

Warne, who is also married, issued a follow-up Internet statement as well, writing on his website, "Sadly and unfortunately, Simone and I split up a while ago, our close friends and family were informed at that time. It is a private matter so we did not make it public. We remain friends and will continue to be good parents." This isn’t the first time Warne’s reportedly cheated on his wife, who has taken him back time and again after repeated infidelities. Numerous times, she’s received suggestive text messages from her husband that he'd intended to send to other women.

Considering Shane’s past, we hope Elizabeth isn’t considering a long-term relationship with him. In fact, we’re a bit surprised that she picked Shane to have a liaison with in the first place, seeing as her gorgeous physique could have easily roped in any man she wanted, and certainly one who is more attractive than the thick-bodied, leather-skinned Shane. Maybe he’s just really good in bed? Or really funny? Anyway, we hope this is just a quick fling for Hurley, and that she and Hugh Grant can now finally get back together. Elizabeth Hurley And Hugh Grant Are Still BFF

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