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Dotcom femme fatale Martha Lane Fox is rumoured to be dating Men Behaving Badly star Neil Morrissey.

The two were seen sharing a romantic dinner at swanky London eating spot Sheekey's, according to celebrity gossip mag Now. And Morrissey is reported to have "enjoyed several cosy dates" with the 27-year-old Lastminute.com millionairess.

What's more, Oxford graduate Lane Fox is said to be so keen on Morrissey's thespianic talents that she has already twice turned up to see his performance in David Mamet's Speed The Plow, currently in the West End.

A Lastminute representative today dismissed the reports. "They're not an item. They've never been on a date," she stated.

"A couple of weeks ago she [Lane Fox] was said to be dating Robbie Williams," she added to highlight the idiocy of the claims. "I'm sure she's dating someone, but I don't know who that is."

TV star Morrissey lived up to his bad lad image earlier this year when he temporarily stole the heart of Amanda Holden, wife of Family Fortunes presenter Les Dennis. She returned to Dennis after news of the affair hit the tabloids. ®

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