Are Ariana Grande and Matt Bennett dating? – Learn Quickbooks Online Course

September 28, 2020

The former Top Gear presenter has already been linked to the former Topshop star as a possible new star on the big screen.

On Monday, the 30-year-old confirmed she is dating Matt Bennett, 34, who was dropped from the soap after he was found to have abused underage girls.

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A source told the Sun that her relationship with Bennett was “in a very special place at the moment”.

When asked about their relationship, Ariana posted a picture of herself at the MTV Video Music Awards in April 2016.

“We are in love”, she wrote before adding: “And he is in love”.

The pair has been spotted together on numerous occasions and have been pictured wearing matching T-shirts together and sitting next to each other at a dinner with fellow celebrities.

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Ariana is known for appearing in hit TV shows including Top Gear and Strictly Come Dancing, as well as her own hit singles.

She made her TV debut on the new Channel 4 show This Is England! in 2014.

A federal judge on Friday denied a defense request for a second-chance bid from a U.S. Navy SEAL who was convicted for killing Osama bin Laden.

Special Agent William “Ryan” Owens was charged two years ago under the 1917 Espionage Act but was convicted after a jury could not come to unanimous verdicts, prompting the Justice Department to drop the Espionage Act charges.

On Friday, Owens, 29, claimed that military courts are not the appropriate venue for his case and asked a District Court judge to grant him a second chance to appeal a panel decision to that effect.

“The military courts have long provided an appropriate forum for a defendant who has failed to prevail on an appeal and will forever remain a venue to consider appeals of military commissions convictions,” Owens’ lawyer William N. Paxton said in the petition to U.S. District Judge Richard Leon.

“However, military commissions proceedings cannot function as a sentencing and military law has no provision for a second, individual appeal.

“In so doing, you reject this Court’s conclusion that an appeal is available to Mr. Owens and instead conclude, consistent with the government’s position, that his conviction for treason, conspiracy, and providing material support to al-Qaeda are sufficient cause for the U.S. government to deny his release under the Act.”

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