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Corrupting Brooks

As Rebekah Brooks heads into court, her ex-husband stars in Radio 4’s ‘The Corrupted’

 

Just as the trial of former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks started today, her ex-husband Ross Kemp ironically starred in Radio 4’s excellent and unmissable adaptation of GF Newman’s The Corrupted.

 

Rebekah Brooks arives at the Old Bailey today with her husband Charlie
Rebekah Brooks arives at the Old Bailey today with her husband Charlie
Ross Kemp is currently starring in Radio 4's 'The Corrupted'
Ross Kemp is currently starring in Radio 4’s ‘The Corrupted’

The eighty potential jurors for the Old Bailey trial, meanwhile, have been warned to avoid taking to Twitter and warned that the six month case could cause “significant disruption” to their lives. Now there’s a headline no one can corrupt.

 

 

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6 comments on “Corrupting Brooks”

  1. Will Ross Kemp ride in on a police horse and rescue her? Or will “Call me Dave” put in a call and stop this sham trial?

  2. Rebekah Brooks has a lot to answer for, Russell Brand had to fornicate with the associate editor of a left-wing publication to obtain a writers position. Rebekah Brooks has muddied the water for all of us. Shame on her.

  3. Have you noticed the Chanel clad lady’s charity seems to have disappeared – offline for a week now. Apparently the charity’s address is no longer The Vineyard, it’s now based at GMAK – her accountants in Portobello Road.

  4. The pot calling the kettle black. It is circus stuff. Publicity shy Hugh Grant dancing at a Halloween ball with Lady Annabel Goldsmith daughter Jemima in full view of the press. Former boyfriend Russell Brand regards the current political system as nothing more than cheats and liars. A bureaucratic system furthering the economic and argumentation advantages of the economic elites. Sir James Goldsmith was a economic buccaneer and build his fortunes on exploiting everything from the earths natural resources. I suspect he was not part of the economic elite? What is the alternative to the Westminster system, Mr Brand? Lady Annabel and Jemima throwing cake at the poor. Sham trial or not, I believe she deserve a break. They are all caught up in a Ship of Fools.

  5. Russell Brand knows Jimmy Carr and all the other tax dodgers. He will obviously expect the so called Economic Elite to invest in his up and coming projects in Hollywood. The shithouse has a office In the Warner Bros. movie lot in Burbank California. He will offer the economic elite scum (as he calls them) sweeteners such as up to 60% tax breaks for investing their money. The so called socialist revolution does not include Russell Brand.
    I hope the economic elite will think twice before investing any of their capital in his Hollywood business ventures.

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