The Daily Star reports that Robbie Williams is being sued by actress Eveline Savara for claiming in his autobiography ‘Feel’ that they spent the night together, while she insists they didn’t. “He asked if we could have a chat and I said, ‘Sure’,” Savara explained. “Then he said it would have to be in his room because we wouldn’t get any peace in the bar area. When I knocked on the door Robbie was working on his laptop – it was very normal. I guess we spoke for about an hour, laughing and joking. It was romantic and wonderful and I did not need sex and neither did he. He wanted me to stay but I had to leave because of my daughter.” A spokesman for Williams responded, “We are not aware of any legal action being taken by this woman.”
Robbie Williams Regrets Elton Book Diss
October 20, 2004 – In an interview on Australia’s ‘Rove Live’, Robbie Williams apologized to Elton John after describing him as “weird” for “kidnapping” him and forcing him into rehab in his controversial autobiography ‘Feel’. “I know Elton said I’m not a well budgie and it didn’t make me happy,” Williams said. “But I’ve been thinking about it a lot and perhaps it wasn’t cool that I’ve written about it. Maybe I should be saying sorry to him. But I think it is a really interesting story and I didn’t mean to cause harm by saying what went on.”
Robbie Falls For Probation Officer
October 17, 2004 – Probation officer and single mother of two Lisa Brash is the latest squeeze of Robbie Williams, a pal tells News of the World. “Lisa’s a real yummy mummy,” said the source. “She’s blonde, tall, slim and attractive but a far cry from the high-maintenance models and actresses Robbie is normally seen with. She doesn’t drive an expensive car and she doesn’t live in a million-pound pad. She is an ordinary girl who works hard for a living.”
The Legends V The Celebrities
October 14, 2004 – Simon Webbe of Blue, Michelle Heaton of Liberty X, and Robbie Williams were on hand for the live game of The Legends V The Celebrities on Sunday (October 10) at St. James Park in Newcastle, England.