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'Game of Thrones' actor Daniel Portman says he's been groped by 'so many' fans since infamous brothel scene

Today 05:09 GMT

When “Game of Thrones” actor Daniel Portman appeared in the now-infamous brothel scene in Season 3, Episode 3, he didn’t realize the amount of attention he would gain, especially from female fans who’ve — at times — acted inappropriately. Portman, who plays Podrick Payne in the popular HBO series, told Esquire that he’s been grabbed by “so many” women who have watched the episode that led to Portman’s character being dubbed as a “sex god.”. “I’ve been grabbed by so many… like the amount of like older, older women who are very...” Portman told the magazine while making a hand gesture mimicking the groping.

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‘Game of Thrones’ star Maisie Williams responds to viewers calling sex scene ‘uncomfortable’

Thursday 12:39 GMT

Maisie Williams reminded viewers her shocking “Game of Thrones” sex scene in Sunday night’s episode was uncomfortable for everyone, including her family. The 22-year-old actress took to Twitter to address those criticizing Arya Stark and Gendry’s sex scene that played out in Episode 8, Season 2.. “if u feel uncomfortable just know that my mother and my step dad and my 2 sisters and my 4 brothers have all probably watched this too [ahaha kill me ehehe],” Williams tweeted Tuesday.

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Source: Global News

Looking back at the Toronto van attack: How 7 minutes changed the city

Wednesday 10:50 GMT

Officials including Toronto mayor @JohnTory and Toronto police chief Mark Saunders will provide an update on the van attack that killed nine people in north Toronto.

Victim Services Toronto working to support those impacted by van attack. Tory said he got to the scene approximately an hour after the attack happened, arriving at the North York Civic Centre. “To walk through Mel Lastman Square and have it absolutely deserted except for the odd emergency services person, to then to get to Yonge Street and it’s deserted.


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