23.3 C
London
Monday, September 21, 2020

Fishwife Ferne

Reality television ‘star’ and ex-girlfriend of acid thrower Ferne McCann caught hurling drinks at National Television Awards

 

Ferne McCann and chucking things seem to go together. First, the father of her child was deservedly jailed after attacking 22 innocent people with acid and now it has been revealed that this Brentwood born broad chucked wine at a fellow guest at the National Television Awards at the O2 Arena on the 22nd January.

 

During the attack, Ms McCann – a tawdry fishwife-like woman whose ‘fame’ stems from stints on such drivel as TOWIE, Loose Women and This Morning –  also supposedly shoved a plastic cup containing the liquid in the face of her victim, Love Island participant Adam Collard.

 

Here is a woman who also tastelessly promoted lip plumping primer on the day her evil ex, “despicable liar” Arthur Collins, was sent down and here also is someone happy to pose with the creepy Christian crooner Cliff Richard. Ferne McCann – who was questioned by police over the drink throwing incident – is as common as muck and plainly also deserves to be sent to anger management classes.

 

#NameAndShame #ShameOnFerneMcCann

 

Pictured above: Adam Collard (who is threatening to release CCTV footage of the incident) and Ferne McCann (who named her child Sunday in spite of its father carrying out his vile assault on a Sunday).

 

Facebook: @TheSteepleTimes

Instagram: @TheSteepleTimes

Twitter: @SteepleTimes

 

Fishwife Ferne – Ferne McCann in drink throwing incident – Reality television ‘star’ and ex-girlfriend of acid thrower Ferne McCann caught hurling drinks at National Television Awards.
Ms McCann took to Twitter to tell her 827,000 followers about the incident but tried to justify her actions rather than properly apologise.

5 COMMENTS

  1. What terrible times with live in when scum like this become “Celebrities!”,I despair,my parents and millions like them of “The War Generation”who served to save this country must be spinning!!!!!

  2. I don’t understand…. why is she famous and constantly on television? Why doesn’t she work in a fish and chip shop? (a worthy job btw).

  3. I just can’t understand how this disgusting pouting bitch gets air time, and then becomes a celebrity. These types of creatures are simply famous for being famous, they have NO positive input to society at all. If their notoriety starts to wain, they simply do something else outrageous to get noticed again. Like getting in and out of a sporty Merc with no knickers on, and there just happens to be somebody there with a wide angle lens. Oh look at me, I’m on the front page again. Get a real job you scrubber.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

The Collapse of The Clown

Despite all of Dominic Cummings’ efforts Boris Johnson is morphing into the most miserable Prime Minister of modern times; how much longer will the blubbering buffoon ‘Bosie The Clown’ last?

Escaping the Dick

That an escaped prisoner couldn’t get himself rearrested in spite of willingly handing himself into the Met Police seven times is ludicrous; Cressida Dick should take responsibility and resign

Coming up for Ayr

‘The Steeple Times’ analyses the top picks for today’s Ayr Gold Cup Handicap and opts for a tidy priced 28/1 option.

Neighbours from Hell

As Priti Patel is slammed by her neighbours as a ‘snitch,’ the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are voted “the famous couple Brits would least like to live next door to” along with Boris Johnson and Kerry Katona.

The Distraction of Christian B

As Christian Brueckner’s lawyer highlights that German police have found no link to ‘disappearance’ of Madeleine McCann, we suggest distraction technique is ‘in play.’

Mother Maxwell

Matthew Steeples suggests Jeffrey Epstein treated Ghislaine Maxwell like a “mother figure.”

Phillip Schofield – What a Plonker!

All-round plonker Phillip Schofield’s wine range condemned as “only fit for the bin” and “no more palatable than fizzy Ribena;” it looks like his “sh*tty offering” might go the same way as that sold by Sir Cliff Richard.

Is Now a Good Time?

As Britain likely moves into further lockdowns, drug dealers are changing the way they operate and communicate; they now bizarrely demand customers ask: “Is now a good time?”

Five of the Worst – Undesirable Homes Currently For Sale

‘The Steeple Times’ selects five undesirable homes currently for sale that many would say would remain best avoided; they’ve all been in the news and they’re all connected to infamous names.

Instagram – Ban Larysa Switlyk

Change.org petition launched to demand the evil sex toy-shover-up-the-bums-of-sheep and killer of endangered species Larysa Switlyk be banned from Instagram.

Monster of the Moment – Larysa Switlyk

Massacring monster Larysa Switlyk boasts about killing an endangered Coke’s hartebeest and a wolf also; she shares such for personal profit and frankly Instagram should be ashamed of itself for enabling her.

Stoning the Mucky Madam

As filmmaker Sean Stone suggests Ghislaine Maxwell could expose unpleasant truths for Hollywood, Virginia Giuffre scores another blow against the mucky madam and her late associate Jeffrey Epstein.

Fergie’s Monster

Sarah Ferguson – a woman whose non-sweating ex-husband counted a monster paedo as his friend – deservedly slammed as she announces she’s going to be going online to read ‘The Monster Who Came to Visit.’

Chic Chicheley

Grade I listed Baroque mansion Chicheley Hall in Buckinghamshire for sale for £7 million or 62% less than the current owners have spent on it.

Flicka-ing off the Safety

Conservative MP for Kensington Felicity ‘Flicka’ Buchan should be utterly ashamed of herself for voting against safety measures to prevent another Grenfell Tower disaster.

Five of the Best – Houses for Sports Fanatics

‘The Steeple Times’ discovers five properties that will appeal to serious sports fanatics with a desire to indulge their passions at home that are currently for sale.

Weather Now

London
clear sky
23.3 ° C
25 °
21.7 °
49 %
1.5kmh
0 %
Mon
24 °
Tue
24 °
Wed
19 °
Thu
15 °
Fri
14 °