My but the third Mrs. Drumpf is a . . . festive character, isn’t she now?
But don’t you dare dream of saying anything more because – –
Thanks to her mutated pumpkin wart of a husband running for president, everyone is passing a fine-tooth comb through Melania Trump’s past. The exquisitely-crafted Slovenian crystal orchid has been accused of lying under oath about getting a bachelor’s degree (which she probably doesn’t have) and some think that she may have come into the U.S. illegally at one point. But there is one story that Melania Trump is really not having and that’s a story that implies she may have once worked as a 25 karat-covered pussy peddler.
The Daily Mail recently repeated a story from Slovenian tabloid Suzy about the NYC modeling agency that Melania was signed to in the 1990s. Suzy claims that the agency, ran by Paolo Zampolli, was a modeling agency on the outside but many of the models made most of their money from working as an escort. Suzy’s source said that the models had two composite cards: one for modeling stuff and the other for high-paid whoring stuff. Suzy wondered out loud if Melania Trump went from fucking men for money to fucking just one man for money. I mean, for love! For TRUE LOVE, of course. Did you hear that, Melania’s lawyers?!
“The article added: ‘What Melania’s looked like only the people involved know, but it is no coincidence she got a rich husband.’
This week the Mail spoke to the author of the piece, under the condition of anonymity. He insisted the seemingly fantastical story was correct, but all he would say to corroborate it was the information came from sources in America. ”
Paolo Z spit at the story to The Daily Mail and said that the rumor that he ran an escort agency is “rubbish.”
If anybody called me a high-class whore, I’d ask them to put that in writing so that I could frame it and hang it over my bed. It’d be the greatest compliment I’ve ever gotten. But Melania feels the opposite way. The Daily Mail says in their article that there’s no evidence that backs up Suzy’s claims, but Melania is still threatening to sue their asses. Charles Harder (heh), an attorney for Michelle Obama’s biggest fan, tells Politico that they’re going to go after the Daily Mail and other publications for sharting out drops of defaming filth on her reputation.
“Mrs. Trump has placed several news organizations on notice of her legal claims against them, including Daily Mail among others, for making false and defamatory statements about her supposedly having been an ‘escort’ in the 1990s. All such statements are 100% false, highly damaging to her reputation, and personally hurtful. She understands that news media have certain leeway in a presidential campaign, but outright lying about her in this way exceeds all bounds of appropriate news reporting and human decency.”
Charles Harder is the same lawyer who was hired by evil gay billionaire Peter Thiel to work with Hulk Hogan to take down Gawker. Gawker is currently sprawled out in a shallow grave, for now, so Peter Thiel won that battle. Now that Peter has crossed off Gawker on his hit list, maybe he’s going after The Daily Mail next. Peter is a Donald Trump supporter and said words of praise for Trump at the Republican National Convention.
If Melania Trump helps to bring down the highly-esteemed Kingdom of Literary Merit, I will never ever forgive her. If the Daily Mail went away, where else would I read about the laundry room of a Real Housewife and a trick from TOWIE pouring her curves into a tight dress?
Oh I’m sure Rupert Murdoch would be able to whip up something to help you on that score.
But as for Melanoma, her threatened lawsuit isn’t exactly news if you know anything about British libel laws. WAY back in the day Liberace successfully sued William Conner, a gossip columnist who went by the pen name of “Cassandra” fro implying he was the Big Ol’ Gay Homosexual he actually was — without so much as using those words. Calling him “this deadly, winking, sniggering, snuggling, chromium-plated, scent-impregnated, luminous, quivering. giggling, fruit-flavored, mincing, ice-cream covered heap of mother love” was regarded by the court as more than “Too Much.”
So it’s no surprise that Melanoma as able to Bring out the Big Guns
Tis Pity She’s a Whore But I’m not gossip so your didn’t hear this from me
On August 20, 2016, an article was published in the Daily Mail newspaper titled ‘Racy photos, and troubling questions about his wife’s past that could derail Trump.’
The article discussed whether allegations being made about Melania Trump could negatively affect her husband Donald Trump’s presidential bid. Among other things, the article noted that allegations have been made in a book available on Amazon about a modeling agency where Mrs. Trump worked in Milan being ‘something like a gentleman’s club,’ and an article published by Suzy, a Slovenian magazine, alleged that Mrs. Trump’s modeling agency in New York, run by Paolo Zampolli, ‘operated as an escort agency for wealthy clients.’
The article, which was also published online by the Mailonline/DailyMail.com website under the headline ‘Naked photoshoots, and troubling questions about visas that won’t go away: The VERY racy past of Donald Trump’s Slovenian wife’ did not intend to state or suggest that these allegations are true, nor did it intend to state or suggest that Mrs. Trump ever worked as an ‘escort’ or in the ‘sex business.’
To the contrary, The Daily Mail newspaper article stated that there was no support for the allegations, and it provided adamant denials from Mrs. Trump’s spokesperson and from Mr. Zampolli.
The point of the article was that these allegations could impact the U.S. presidential election even if they are untrue.
Mrs. Trump’s counsel in the U.S. and the U.K., have stated unequivocally that the allegations about the modeling agencies are false.
To the extent that anything in the Daily Mail’s article was interpreted as stating or suggesting that Mrs. Trump worked as an ‘escort’ or in the ‘sex business,’ that she had a ‘composite or presentation card for the sex business,’ or that either of the modeling agencies referenced in the article were engaged in these businesses, it is hereby retracted, and the Daily Mail newspaper regrets any such misinterpretation.
The Daily Mail newspaper and MailOnline/DailyMail.com have entirely separate editors and journalistic teams.
In so far as MailOnline/DailyMail.com published the same article it wholeheartedly also retracts the above and also regrets any such misinterpretation.
“Cassandra” couldn’t have made a nicer “apology”
\Take it away Eddie!