Michelle Young’s ‘Evening Standard’ interview proves that she is nothing but egocentric and fame obsessed
There are women who like to shop and then there’s Michelle Young; there are women who like go to fancy parties and then there’s Michelle Young; there are women who like to cause havoc and then there’s Michelle Young and then there are women who revel in fantasy and then there’s Michelle Young.
Yesterday, in the Evening Standard, self-proclaimed “modern-day suffragette” Michelle Young – a tiresome Louis Vuitton handbag wielding harpy who most probably doesn’t know the price of a pint of milk – gave a bleating interview that showed her true personality. One can only ask: “Why did this self-serving woman do it?” but the answer is simple: This tawdry creature simply does not know when to stop.
In the double page feature – thankfully consigned to pages 22 to 23 of the paper – Mrs Young claimed that her bankrupted and sadly now deceased ex-husband – whom died after jumping from a window at his Marylebone apartment in December 2014 – left her “in penury” and that she now “blames the ineffective courts” for his death. Funny that: Prior to his suicide, Michelle Young – a woman who once claimed she “needed” £27,500 per month just to “survive” – hounded Scot Young over a long ago disappeared fortune and continually sought out columnists with a willing ear. She told anyone who would listen her pathetic story and in effect sent the sanity of her long-suffering ex-husband south.
Continuing, Mrs Young distastefully told the newspaper that she “[does] not believe Scot Young committed suicide” and demanded that “the case should be reopened”. Instead of allowing for closure for the couple’s children over their father’s tragic end, this money obsessed woman – who is described as having displayed Gucci and Louis Vuitton books on her coffee table during her interview with the Standard’s Susannah Butter – then tackily claimed “friends want to introduce me to people in Hollywood”.
Michelle “I’m not a victim. I want to come across as powerful” Young might think she’s the next Sharon Stone. She’s not. This bombastic woman isn’t destined for “La-La land” but is in fact simply nothing but “Ga-Ga”. It is time that her empty cash point closed.
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