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Interesting Colin Farrell thread on his personal life, dating, drinking

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I make no opinions or representations by linking this here and cannot confirm or deny any of the information at the following thread.

Most people posting at this thread are anonymous. The reason I bring this up now in this new thread is because the latest post has some very serious allegations about Colin Farrell with some very specific information.

Again, I cannot confirm any of this as fact and it should be treated as rumor/gossip. Click here to read the latest post about this.

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I Think a little AA might just go a long way with him.

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