Defined as “wanting it and wanting as much as she could get”, tragic English model and pornographic actress Mary Millington “loved money more than anything else”. Born out of wedlock and a friend of Diana Dors, Millington (also later known as Nancy Astley, Susan David, Janet Green, Samantha Jones, June Taylor, Karen Young, Sally Stevens and Marion Ellis) was “one of the hottest British sex film stars of the seventies” until she “absolutely f**ked her life up” by becoming an drug addict and kleptomaniac. Though she ended up blaming the police for her downfall, took a course in embalming and committed suicide aged just 33, this one-time associate of David Sullivan will forever be remembered as an advocate of free speech and a unique British star.
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As Scotland Yard suggest Christian Brueckner will likely never be charged over the ‘disappearance’ of Madeleine McCann, Matthew Steeples argues that the British government finally put a stop to funding this pointless search and instead feed hungry children.
As Erik Menendez is undeservedly thrown in ‘the hole’ in the most ludicrous fashion in California, Matthew Steeples suggests it is time both him and his equally abused brother Lyle were finally released.
As Christian Brueckner’s lawyer justifiably suggests he cannot have been present when Madeleine McCann was allegedly kidnapped, Matthew Steeples argues that other developments will also likely lead nowhere.