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Lea Michele has started dating again and her new boyfriend Matthew Paetz is a former male escort, according to media reports.

It seems like Lea Michele has finally finished mourning the death of her boyfriend Cory Monteith and has moved on. The "Louder" singer has found herself a new boyfriend and reports have it that he is a former gigolo.

Michele has been dating Matthew Paetz on the sly for over three months now. The couple has consciously made an effort to maintain a low profile and is yet to make an official statement.  The tabloid reported that Paetz was a male escort and was available for hire from a company known as Cowboys4Angels under the alias Christian.

The website describes him as "is a certified life coach, dating expert and massage therapist, charging $350 for one hour and up to $6,000 for a weekend. For $17,500 you can get a whole week." After information of his former occupation was leaked, the website has now hidden Paetz's profile.

The site's owner, Garren James, refused to comment when asked whether Paetz was still working for the website. A source confirmed to E! News that Michele is in this relationship for fun and nothing serious is brewing between the two.

"He will be great arm candy and he is a very nice guy, and is a lot of fun. He is very into being in a relationship and loves being in one. He is the kind of person who will want to be with that person all the time, but in a good way. And he is a good listener," 

Paetz is an aspiring actor and model. He appears in the music video for Michele's "On My Way." The two met on the sets of the shooting and have been seen hanging…

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A businessman -- and Gadhafi associate -- reveals all the dirty secrets of how models (and even some Hollywood actresses) swarm the hotels and yacht parties during the fest: says one escort, it's "the biggest payday of the year."

Like Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie andSharon Stone, Lebanese businessman Elie Nahas was once a regular at the Cannes Film Festival.

But since his bust in 2007 for his part in the most explosive prostitution scandal in the history of the festival, Nahas, 48, can't leave his native Lebanon. He hopes that his eight-year prison sentence, slapped on him in absentia by a French judge after a trial in Marseilles in October, will be overturned on appeal this year, but he's not overly optimistic. In fact, he also is fearful that if he leaves Lebanon, he'll be picked up by Interpol.

Nahas, who owns a Beirut-based modeling agency, used to work as a right-hand man for Moatessem Gadhafi, the playboy son of Libyan strongman Muammar Gadhafi, Nahas' longtime pal. It was during this time that Nahas was arrested on charges of running a prostitution ring that supplied more than 50 women "of various nationalities" to the younger Gadhafi and other rich Middle Eastern clients during the festival. Moatessem was killed with his father in Libya in 2011.

The women ran the gamut, from full-time escorts to models to beauty queens, and they serviced men in hotels, on yachts and in the palatial villas in the hills above Cannes, police said. Philippe Camps, a lawyer for a Paris-based anti-prostitution organization that was a civil plaintiff in the trial, tells THR that some of the women were brought to Cannes under false pretenses and coerced into prostitution.

Police broke into Nahas' room at the city's famed Carlton hotel…

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Italian man discovers escort is son's girlfriend

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Imagine you are a frisky 70-year-old manwho decides to hire an escort for the evening when you're out of town. (Men. Do they ever change?) When the lovely lady of the evening arrives, you notice with a shock that the woman seems very familiar. In fact, she's more than just familiar. You know her very well. She's ... your son's fianceé! Now you've got quite a dilemma on your hands -- do you tell your son what the woman he's about to marry does for a living?

Apparently this all really happened -- in Italy. The 70-year-old man, marital status unclear, hired an escort when he went out of town, only to be flummoxed when his 40-year-old son's fianceé showed up. To their credit, the two decided not to go ahead with their -- ahem -- business arrangement.

But the man wrestled with the question as to whether to tell his son that his South American girlfriend wasn't a waitress as everyone believed, but an escort . Additionally, if he told his son, he would be revealing his own role as an old horndog who used escorts. If the father were still married, an even bigger dilemma. Do you risk your marriage to warn your son about the woman he's about to marry?

I suspect most of us would do what the man ultimately did -- which was tell his son.

And you know what they say about don't kill the messenger. Because so many want to. The son was apparently furious with the dad and the two got into an argument. Four years later, the pair are still in court, where the son has sued his father for "injuries." It's unclear if these are physical injuries related to the fight -- or psychological injuries related to…

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