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4 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

I think the victim may be a bloke, but time will tell.

They've already said it was a female haven't they? - might be wrong though, as there is a lot of misinformation flying around at the minute

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37 minutes ago, Sweep said:

They've already said it was a female haven't they? - might be wrong though, as there is a lot of misinformation flying around at the minute

I thought they had too, but apparently not.

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24 minutes ago, Smiley said:

No, there’s a story. The family have bottled it OR been paid off.

It's the Lawyer for the 'victim' that says it's all a load of bollocks. The parents may still maintain something dodgy has gone on. The News Agents podcast have just released an episode about it. I haven't listeded to it all yet, but they have a former editor of The Sun on, who suggested it sounded like a case of extortion, and the 'victim' might have fallen out with their parents over a drug addiction. Although for legal reasons, he did keep stressing that he was only basing that on "previous experience".

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1 hour ago, Sweep said:

Or maybe there is no story... 

It would still be a story though, if it was found that the paper hadn't done due diligence before publishing the story. Or if it transpired that they had, and that the whole thing was a complex hoax by the parents/victims.

The individual has also been suspended, and given the complaint was made in May, then that's enough time to ascertain that their man is innocent, or that their is insufficient evidence.

Also, as above, the parents and the paper maintain the story.

Or perhaps the "victim" is just that and is confused/affected by events.

Simply, we don't know the full story, but there is one.

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4 hours ago, Sweep said:

They've already said it was a female haven't they? - might be wrong though, as there is a lot of misinformation flying around at the minute

 

3 hours ago, Cheese said:

I thought they had too, but apparently not.

Part of the story on the news referred to them as "him" which may have been a slip because up to that point it looked like they were deliberately trying to avoid doing so

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On 09/07/2023 at 13:42, Casino said:

Can i ask

If its true, is the crime taking the pics or is the crime paying for the pics

Or both?

Pretty sure posession/use of crack isnt legal

Maybe thats why mummy of the 'victim' went to the papers and not the cops?

Latest report on the BBC has the angle that the parents did make a complaint to the police but they didn't do anything as nothing illegal had been done (and that is based on what the sun are saying about it) 

So then they complained to the BBC who didn't do anything about it 

So then they went to the sun 

There'll be a reason why the sun isn't revealing who it is, but given they admit the police didn't pursue it as they didn't think a crime was committed it sounds like they are worried about what would happen if they did name and shame 

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11 hours ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

From what I've read, it isn't him.

LH should be careful.

Easy to find out who is being reported as the culprit, but again, it's a risk.

Curioser and curioser. Allegations that the mother and stepfather on the hunt for money but the Sun says no money has changed hands nor will it. Their 'take' is that the mother is genuinely concerned that the young person is killing himself/herself with crack cocaine funded by a BBC presenter.

The crack heads lawyer issuing 'rubbish' statements etc. All very unsavoury. Whatever the result, nice to see the BBC on a spit with the matches close at hand. Could go either way. Right to warn L/H to  be careful.

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