Tempestuous television presenter Phillip Schofield bizarrely claims to have been murdered in a past life because of a debt
Not content with making a total plonker of himself launching an own brand boxed wine range condemned as “only fit for the bin” and “no more palatable than fizzy Ribena,” Phillip Schofield’s back at it with some more crackpottery.
Featured in the Mirror this morning in the context of his newly released self-indulgent ‘memoir’ Life’s What You Make It, Schofield claimed he “has a rule about never borrowing money” as he believes he and an (imaginary) ‘family’ he’s plainly invented were murdered in a “past life” over a debt.
Of this plain attempt to get publicity for just about anything, wack job Schofield – whom was also the subject of another story in the same paper yesterday where he pathetically whined about how he “feared he was dying after weight loss” (in spite of the fact that there was actually nothing physically wrong with him) – announced:
“I opened the door to silence and felt horror wash over me. Three steps in, and I saw them – two murdered bodies on the floor.”
“I knew they were my wife and small child. Horror turned to fury. I knew why they were dead. I owed money to two brothers who worked at the end of the street in a sawmill.”
“The brother [then] found me, dragged me outside, punched me to the ground and, as my head hit the mud, he repeatedly stamped on it until I was dead!”
Going further the notoriously temperamental ITV presenter added that he is “reminded of the terrifying vision of his former death every time he goes into a church” and stated he is “not willing to take the risk again, meaning he flatly refuses to borrow any money.”
What’s coming next for Schofe? A trip to the funny farm?