Crowdfunder for documentary supporting alleged mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell fails to sign up a single supporter just as signs go up at her former home about filming and dog pee
Just as investigative journalist Vicky Ward’s new documentary Chasing Ghislaine comes to air – in which, according to an article she penned for The Telegraph, sums up the alleged mucky madam as somebody who “wanted to be ‘somebody,’ somebody who mattered in the world in her own right… She wanted to be like her father” – several signs have gone up at her London home between circa 1989 and 1997, 69 Stanhope Mews East, South Kensington, SW7.
Firstly, appearing in a ground floor window of the house, is one that reads: “No photography or video recording” in spite of the fact that this building is on a public highway and as such nobody has the right to stop anybody doing such there.
Secondly, attached to a plant pot is another sign that reads: “Dear Doggos (and their owners!) – We know our plants look lovely, but please do not pee on the pots as it stains them. Our brand new pot is now ruined… (Less than 3 days old). Thanks! No. 69.”
Clearly ‘Grubby Ghislaine’s’ replacements as residents are having a bad time with snoopers and their four-legged friends, but their endurances are not nearly as bad as that experienced by someone who maintains a residence opposite.
Speaking exclusively to The Steeple Times in December 2020, the neighbour of the property – whom wished to remain anonymous for their personal security and safety – at the time remarked:
“I was visited by officers from the Met Police in 1994 whom asked to use a bedroom in my property and to install a camera at the window to monitor the house diagonally opposite, 69 Stanhope Mews East.”
“I was not told at the time who the person concerned was, but I now realise it was Ghislaine Maxwell who was the owner of that house. I recall seeing very young girls coming and going from that building very often.”
“The officers remained for a week and then I heard no more about what happened next. All I knew was that a brothel was being operated from there and that the police wanted to close it down. They could have caught this evil woman then, but maybe her friendships with powerful people like Prince Andrew helped ensure her criminality was swept under the carpet.”
Elsewhere online, a campaign organised by eternally angry man Jay Beecher – a far right political writer chucked out of UKIP and subsequently bizarrely embraced by the Tories – in support of producing a documentary in support of Ghislaine Maxwell, it can now be revealed, has failed. On the website Crowdfunder, it is declared of Trial By Media: “Unfortunately this project was not successful” after it attracted zero supporters and zero comments even. Diddums.