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EastEnders star Danny Dyer pulls out of Bluewater Waterstones book signing

22 June 2014
by KentOnline reporter
Fans of Danny Dyer who were hoping to see him at Bluewater on Sunday for a book signing have been left disappointed as he pulled out of the event this morning.
The EastEnders star, pictured above, was due to be at the centre's Waterstone's store to sign copies of the book The Films of Danny Dyer by Jonathan Sothcott and James Mullinger.
He was due at the store at midday but on Sunday morning he retweeted a post from @caffeinenights to say that he would not be appearing at a book signing, saying: "Today’s event Waterstones Bluewater has been postponed."

On Saturday, Danny wrote: "I ain't been lakeside in years......or WH Smiths.......kill 2 birds and all that.....see ya there at 1pm....for some double naughty signage."

It is unclear why he pulled out to the signing, but national newspaper reports are claiming the 36-year-old actor has cheated on the mother of his children with a 21-year-old student. 

A spokesman for Waterstones, said today: "We got a phone call from his publicist to say he can't make it today due to unforeseen circumstances out of their control.

"The person said they would be back in touch with us to schedule a new date."

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