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Affleck Makes Good Bet

By Radar Staff

The cult TV show Breaking Bad has been encouraging fans to donate to a cancer charity that earns a grade of "F" from a charity watchdog group, according to a new report.

Fans of the AMC hit have given $125,000 to the National Cancer Coalition after the show promoted the charity on a website, reveals the National Enquirer.

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The problem: NCC spends 70 percent to 84 percent of donations on fundraising, according to Charity Watch, whose president warns: "This is not a group you want to contribute to."

Bryan Cranston’s character Walter White is a high school teacher battling cancer and AMC posted a Save Walter White Web site on its official site as a spoof, says the Enquirer in its issue that hits newsstands Thursday.

True to his word, Ben Affleck spent the weekend gambling in Vegas with a terminally ill 21 year old (who wishes to remain unidentified).

Three years ago, Affleck agreed to join the struggling 18 year old in Vegas for his 21st birthday.

Three year later, the young man has just turned 21.

“Ben checked into a celebrity suite at the Fantasy Tower of George Maloof’s Palms,” reports Las Vegas Weekly. “He arrived last night to host a dinner party for 15 people in the N9NE Steakhouse.”

Then, lucky Ben took the 21 year old over to the blackjack and craps tables at the Palms, followed by midnight dancing at The Playboy Club.

Definitely sounds like a good ‘deal’.

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