With paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell still missing, knicker flasher Lizzie Cundy steps into the breach in the forthcoming Cash & Rocket rally
Last year, prior to disappearing in the wake of the death of her personal cash point, the paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, the shameless disgrace that is Ghislaine Maxwell joined the likes of Chloe Green, Paris Hilton, Caroline Stanbury for the Cash & Rocket London to Monte Carlo ‘charity’ car race.
Now, with ‘Bouncing Bob’s’ tawdry daughter in hiding at an unknown location, it seems unlikely that she’ll be partaking in the all-women event that this year runs from Barcelona to Florence from the 4th to the 7th June. Instead, in the most recent edition of the Mail on Sunday, it was revealed that one of the replacements for the alleged madam will be the “jilted friend of the former Meghan Markle” and lover of “noisy secret sex” with rugby player Danny Cipriani, Lizzie Cundy.
Pictured struggling to plug in an electric charger to an adapted Mercedes-Benz Pagoda in plainly staged images, publicity desperado and renowned “knicker flasher” Cundy – whom also claims to have links to Epstein’s non-sweating pal Prince Andrew via her “pal,” Sarah, Duchess of York – “[didn’t] do casual when it comes to style” according to the paper. An image, captioned, “Lizzie avoided flashing her underwear as she carefully climbed out of the vehicle,” followed and another showed this ex-WAG “[sporting] a glamorous bouncy blow.”
Sadly, Cundy’s best pal Anthea Turner won’t be “swinging into action” to join her on the road. Instead, someone called Joy Desmond will take her place and thus there’ll be no Cadbury’s Flakes in the glovebox. Now there’s a missed photo opportunity.
Some quotes from MailOnline readers about Cundy’s (latest) publicity stunt:
“Wow, not staged at all.”
“Shouldn’t all over 70s be self-isolating?”
“Looks like that Jenner bloke.”
“She should be careful she doesn’t get attacked wearing a dress that looks like a toilet roll holder.”
“I never used to like this woman, but she’s grown on me likes a wart or a boil.”
“All she needs is a red bulb above her head. Tragic.”