As ‘The Telegraph’ falls for tall tales from mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother Ian Maxwell about Prince Andrew’s infamous “bathtub bonk” at her home, we remind readers of the truth about that standard sized tub.
As mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell gets a new appeal lawyer in spite of owing a fortune to her previous representatives, journalist Daphne Barak PR peddles for her after posing for pictures with the feckless fool that is the ultimate grifter, Sarah, Duchess of York.
A year on from her conviction, the rabbit hole that is the story of Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein and their victims widens with new lawsuits on the horizon and new troubles for Prince Andrew also.
Matthew Steeples salutes Jeremy Clarkson for expressing honest thoughts about the deviant Duchess of Sussex (and especially for causing the soppy snowflake that is ‘MeGain’s mouthpiece Omid Scobie to have a meltdown as a result).
As sex abuse victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre concludes matters with lawyer Alan Dershowitz with a very clear “dismissed with prejudice and without costs or award of fees to either party” agreement, Bill Clinton gets questioned about his involvement with croaked paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
WORLD EXCLUSIVE – Samantha Markle shares her thoughts on Prince Harry’s tittle-tattling tome ‘Spare’ with ‘The Steeple Times’; she slams it as likely “cold, malicious and reckless” and wishes he’d “spare us all the hypocritical pity party.”
WORLD EXCLUSIVE – ‘The Steeple Times’ interviews Samantha Markle – the sensible sister of the mendacious meddler formerly known as Meghan Markle – as she returns to Twitter courtesy of Elon Musk’s reopening of the social media network.
In yet again making it all about his anything but sorry self and tittle-tattling about his delusional worries about his personal security, the PR peddler for the Duchess of Sussex that is the maniac Omid Scobie yet again shows himself as a prized pillock and prat.
As author Kirby Sommers suggests that the then Meghan Markle likely spent time with Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein before she met Prince Harry, we again highlight the mucky, murkiness and mendacious manner of this alleged “yacht girl.”
As Ghislaine Maxwell faces 30 years in prison, her lawyers have ludicrously countered suggesting she should serve just 4 years; her few “remaining friends” and family laughably blub about the mucky madam being a “fundamentally good and decent person” who “still has much to contribute to the world if she is given a meaningful opportunity to do so.”