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While some actors try to earn fame publicizing their personal life, some prefer to stay silent about their real life and focus on the career.
Such is the story of actress Khandi Alexander who is best known for her performance in CSI: Miami (2002), There’s Something About Mary (1998) and Treme (2010).
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Consequently she chased away her boredom by shopping. Spending lavishly on the latest fashions, jewels and adornments, she exceeded her clothing allowance every year to the horror of the French court and citizens.
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