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Clooney pays 12,000 pounds for ex-girlfriend’s charity jump

The star donated the money to the Lisa's parachute jump attempt,pushing her way past her original target.

Written by Agencies | London |
September 9, 2009 9:38:53 am

George Clooney is known to be generous when it comes to his ex-girlfriends and when he came to know that Lisa Snowdown is attempting a parachute jump to raise money for a charity,he immediately donated 12,000 pounds.

The ‘Ocean’s 13’ star donated the money to the British model’s parachute jump attempt,pushing her way past her original target of raising 5,000 pounds for two children’s charities,reported Femalefirst.

“George was so impressed with Lisa’s guts and determination that he wanted to help. Lisa had no idea how generous he would be until she logged onto her website and saw how much he put down,” said a source close to the 48-year-old actor.

Snowdown had an on-off relationship with the Hollywood superstar between 2004 and 2006,but they have remained friends ever since.

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“I’m a little bit nervous,especially about doing this twice. I don’t even know if I’ll enjoy the first one but knowing how much this will benefit both of these charities will really help me,” the 38-year-old had written on her home page.

Although the pair are on friendly terms,it seems unlikely that they will rekindle their romance as Clooney is currently dating Italian TV presenter Elisabetta Canalis.

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