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'40 men' in life of missing chef Claudia LawrenceMissing chef Claudia Lawrence could have been involved with up to 40 men, one of her closest friends claimed yesterday. The pal - who doesnt want to be named but has known her for more than eight years - said she contacted many via text and police are

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ough the numbers listed in her phone bills. The friend, who was never in a relationship with Claudia, said she became reckless with drink and was attracted to married men. He said: She went for married men. She did it because she could. She was young and pretty and she got a kick out of it. Shes a lovely girl but shed turn on the charm and draw attention. It always seemed to revolve around people who were with someone or married. Ive been questioned by the police three or four times. When I looked back and thought about it, I realised there had been a lot of men. I reckon there must have been 30 or 40. Claudias family have remained silent about any possible liaisons, but her friend went on: She was always secretive, always texting. Her phone would beep all the time, even when you were out for a drink with her. I thought it was quite rude. I once went to the pub with her and she made eye contact with a bloke. The next thing I knew she was like Right, Im off - just lik

e that. I asked her the next day So what time did you get home? And she said I cant remember. There were a lot of secrets. On

e minute shed be off to Newcastle, then somewhere els

e. Shed go on holiday by herself. There were rumours shed been seeing a policeman. I dont know if thats true, but there were so many people, builders and others, and theyd all be a bit

older and with a bob or two. Claudias ex-boyfriend Paddy McGinty - who

was with her for 10 years but never lived with her - admits she was vulnerable because she drank too much. But he refuted claims she targeted married men - although he was in a relationship and the

father of a five-year-old when they met. Mr McGinty, 46, from Claudias home town of Malton, North Yorks, said: We broke up five years ago. Were still friends. Shes a lovely girl and I know her better than most. Mr McGinty, who now lives in Norton, near Malton, went on: There may have been one or two men

and she may have been vulnerable to others. She liked a drink. Claudia, 35, who worked at the University of

York, vanished on March 18. Despite a police

murder inquiry, a TV appeal and a 10,000 reward, there are no clues as to what happened. Police visited her l

ocal pub, The Nags Head, with a warrant last week and made a sevenhour search. The friend said: It was all about The Nags Head. It was like the mother ship. If we were out drinking, she would always go back there. They us

ed to have lock-ins then go to Claudias and drink more. Sometimes the lock-ins would just involve her and the landlord. Landlord George Foreman said after the police visit : As you can see, I havent been taken off in handcuffs, as everyones saying. I dont kno时时彩7码推波倍投方案 w why the police decided to come back. They just arrived this morning. I dont know anything about it, but Im happy to do anything that helps find her.