Ex-Spice Girl accuses staff member of abusing her daughter

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Geri Halliwell, formerly known as Ginger Spice of the Spice Girls, has accused one of her staff members of abusing her daughter. Bluebell, just 3 months-old, is currently fine and shows no long term suffering from the alleged incident which occurred on August 18. The London Metropolitan Police department has confirmed that there is an ongoing investigation into the incident, but would not provide any further details.

Halliwell tends to keep a lower profile since the crazy days of the Girl Power reign on the Spice Girls. She left the band in 1998 to pursue a solo career. Although her music endeavors have brought limited success, her most recent creative effort, baby Bluebell, has brought her much happiness. Halliwell is contemplating releasing a book entailing her efforts to become an actress in the United States.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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