Some more shit about a couple of Nonce Celebs.

The Daily Mirror/ The Daily Mail

Michael Turner, AKA Michael La Vell, AKA Kevin ‘a luv ya Sal’ Webster, AKA Dirty lowlife scum rapist nonce is apparently even more depressed than I reported yesterday… Diddums.

It would seem that the odious self obsessed carbuncle is not only depressed, he’s feeling fucking  isolated too… You would have thought that he would have welcomed that feeling. At least he will be used to it by the time he goes to trial  and as such, it won’t be that much of a shock to the system when he gets sent down for 5 years.

The reason for his bile inducing, winging, poor me, poor me, cry baby buntin, depression is he feels that he isn’t getting the support that he deserves from the Corrie Cast and public in general… Is that cunt for real?

He was lucky to get away with it the last time he was accused of abusing a child. Remember, he wasn’t found not guilty of the crime.  There just wasn’t enough evidence to charge him with it.

I know his wife fucked of pretty sharpish at the time, thats for sure.

Yet now that he’s been charged with 19 counts of rape over a 9 year period, he can’t understand why he’s been abandoned…

Nope!  I Can’t think why anyone would want to disassociate themselves from him, can you? Fucking idiot.

Do you know what?

As little as a few short months ago I didn’t consider myself to be a violent man.

But Nowadays, I  seem to be  constantly in the frame of mind to do these sick fucks some serious fucking damage.  Then again, all I ever write about is either Nonces, or cunts cutting dogs noses off and setting them on fire.

And If I’m not writing about them, I’m writing about the Nonce politicians trying to make  cunts out of us all or  old people being left on their own to starve to death…

The world has gone fucking mad… What the fuck is going on people?


Shut the fuck up. No one cares you dirty, stinking sex pest… Although I do have to admit that Brooke Vincent is lovely. If I married her I’d be know as Spiv, Spiv the nonce  Divs son – in law.

Anyway, enough of that nonsense talk… She is lovely though. I saw her on Celebrity juice a couple of months ago talking about her Jack & Danny… Still. Moving on.

The second article is about Stuart Hall. Yet another Knob Ed Celeb who thinks that its acceptable to have sex with children. I’m pretty sure that the article is to do with Hall getting his Court date, although I’m not 100% sure since I didn’t read it all.

I can’t stand that cunt either.

‘As if he’s been abandoned’: Michael Le Vell ‘hurting’ over Coronation Street stars’ silence

The actor is said to be “depressed and isolated” at the failure of any cast members to publicly show their support after he was charged with 19 offences

Isolated: Michael Le Vell showing the strain in recent photo
Tony Spencer

Coronation Street star Michael Le Vell is feeling “abandoned” after none of his co-stars came forward to back him in his latest fight against child sex claims.

The actor – garage boss Kevin Webster in the soap – is said to be “depressed and isolated” at the failure of any cast members to publicly show their support after he was charged with 19 offences.

Insiders say his Street colleagues are simply exercising “common sense” ahead of the court case and insist none of them has been banned from talking.

One said: “They know for legal reasons they can’t say anything.”

But their silence is in marked contrast to the reaction following his initial arrest last year – when they immediately rallied round to support him in TV interviews and on Twitter.

'Coronation Street' TV - 2002 - Kevin Webster [Michael Le Vell] and Sally Webster [Sally Whittaker] tie the know for the 2nd time

Sally Dynevor, who plays Le Vell’s screen wife Sally, said at the time: “I am backing him 100%. I have known Michael for 25 years and I am right behind him.”

Brooke Vincent, who played his daughter Sophie, added: “We all love Michael to bits and are behind him all the way. He’s a great guy. He’s on top form at the moment.”

Le Vell, 48 – real name Michael Turner – is due in court in Manchester today and will not appear in the ITV1 show again until his trial is over.

A source close to the star said: “Michael understands that everyone’s hands seem to be tied but it’s still very hard on him.

“He feels slightly abandoned and isolated. He has had private contact with some of the cast but nothing publicly which has proved very difficult indeed.”

Sophie Webster [Brooke Vincent] comes out of the house looking stunning with Kevin Webster [Michael Le Vell] and gets into the wedding carTV role: With screen daughter Sophie

Le Vell, who has been in the show for 30 years, was said to be disappointed by the way bosses immediately suspended him after he was hit with the sex offence charges, including the alleged rape of a minor, between 2001 and 2010.

The father of two, who is separated from his wife of 26 years, Janette, was first arrested in September 2011 at his home in Hale, Cheshire.

Five months later, in January 2012, it was announced that the case against him had been dropped.

But Alison Levitt QC, principal legal adviser to the Director of Public Prosecutions, later revealed she had carried out a review of the decision not to prosecute.

She decided there was a case to answer – and Le Vell was formally charged earlier this month.

The actor has strenuously denied any wrongdoing.

He insisted: “I am innocent of these charges and intend to fight them vigorously.”


Stuart Hall rape trial date set as he stands accused of raping a woman and indecently assaulting young girls

  • Broadcaster Stuart Hall accused of sexual assaults between 1967 and 1986
  • First crown court visit for ex-BBC man who spoke only to confirm his name
  • Octogenarian face 18 charges of sexual abuse, including one of rape


PUBLISHED: 00:54, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:54, 2 March 2013


All set: TV and Radio Presenter Stuart Hall accused of historic sex charges arrives Preston Crown Court, yesterdayDate set: TV and Radio Presenter Stuart Hall accused of historic sex charges arrives at Preston Crown Court yesterday

Stuart Hall is to face a month-long trial after being accused of raping a woman and indecently assaulting 13 young girls.

The veteran broadcaster, 83, looked sombre as he arrived in court for the third time to face 18 separate charges of sexual abuse spanning almost two decades.

Hall faces one charge of raping a young woman and 14 counts of indecent assault against children as young as nine.

He is alleged to have raped a 22-year-old woman in 1976 and 14 other alleged sexual assaults relate to 10 girls aged between nine and 16, between 1967 and 1986.

Hall spoke only to confirm his name in an eight-minute preliminary hearing held in the same courtroom as the high-profile trials of Harold Shipman and child killers Robert Thompson and Jon Venables.

The Radio 5 live commentator looked unsteady on his feet as he was told in Preston Crown Court that he will face a month-long trial for the allegations against the 14 separate victims.

As Judge Anthony Russell QC warned him of the possibility of arrest if he breached his bail conditions Hall peered through the toughened glass and shook his head before turning his gaze downwards.

Judge Russell said: ‘If you breach these bail conditions you are aware that you may well find yourself arrested as it would be a criminal offence.’

The former It’s a Knockout presenter had already been charged in December with indecently assaulting three girls.

These charges included an alleged assault of an eight-year-old, an 11-year-old and a woman who was then aged 16. The allegations cover the period between 1974 and 1984.


Last month, the sports pundit told how he had been driven to the brink of suicide by the ‘spurious’ claims of rape and indecent assault.

The broadcaster spoke out as he arrived at an earlier magistrate’s court hearing to face the charges of sexual abuse.

For the first time since allegations against him surfaced in December last year, the commentator defended himself, saying he had been through a ‘living nightmare’.

 TV and Radio Presenter Stuart Hall accused of historic sex charges leaves Preston Crown Court
TV and Radio Presenter Stuart Hall arrives Preston Crown Court with Maurice Watkins the chairman of the Super League

First visit: The 83-year-old veteran broadcaster arrived at his first crown court appearance with Maurice Watkins, the chairman of the Super League, but only spoke to confirm his name

Hall also questioned why it had taken almost four decades for the allegations to be made against him and defiantly vowed to clear his name.

An emotional Hall called the allegations ‘pernicious, callous and cruel’ and also revealed that he was nursing a heart complaint brought on by the stress of the ordeal.

The arrest of the commentator, who lives with his wife of 44 years, Hazel, in Wilmslow, Cheshire, came as the BBC continues to deal with the fallout from the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal.

Police said it did not form part of Operation Yewtree, the investigation into alleged sex offences by Savile and others.

Gary Glitter, 68, comedian Freddie Starr, 69, DJ Dave Lee Travis, 67, and former BBC producer Wilfred De’Ath, 73, have been arrested and bailed as part of that probe.

Other celebrity arrests include comedian Jim Davidson, 59, and PR guru Max Clifford, 69.

All deny any wrongdoing.

Accused: The former It's a Knockout-presenter is alleged to have raped a 22-year-old woman in 1976 and 14 other alleged sexual assaults relating to 10 girls aged between nine and 16Accused: The former It’s a Knockout-presenter is alleged to have raped a 22-year-old woman in 1976 and 14 other alleged sexual assaults relating to 10 girls aged between nine and 16

Hall as previously said that he believes the pursuit of celebrities by the police has led to a string of allegations being made against him.

Speaking outside Hall’s home earlier this year, his solicitor Louise Straw said: ‘The clear pursuit of celebrities – an 83-year-old in this instance – raises concerns about fairness and equal treatment.’

Hall, known for his distinctively highbrow approach to football commentary on Radio 5 Live, was yesterday bailed to appear before Preston Crown Court on April 16.

A provisional trial date was set for October 2 and it is estimated to last up to four weeks.

In December, his employers at BBC Radio 5 Live announced he would not be working for them while the investigation was continuing.

Hall and his wife, who have two grown-up children, Daniel, 50, and Francesca, 52, are popular among the local community.

He won legions of fans in the 1970s and 1980s for his inimitable style and habit of breaking down in fits of laughter during It’s a Knockout.

He became an OBE in the 2012 New Year Honours for services to broadcasting and charity.

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