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MOVERS & SHAKERS

The snakes and ladders of societyA chronicle of drama, scandal and success in London, Paris, New York and elsewhere

Anything but Meek

What first attracted ‘Hot Felon’ Jeremy Meeks to the daughter of the billionaire ‘Sir Shifty’ Philip Green?

 

One could argue the criminal Jeremy Meeks hit the jackpot when his mugshot went viral and a modeling career as the ‘Hot Felon’ ensued. Not only did he achieve such, but one could argue he had a double whammy next when he struck gold and acquired the daughter of the much loathed billionaire ‘Sir Shifty’ Philip Green as his ‘girlfriend.’

 

Meeks, however, if what he allegedly said to the Mail on Sunday’s Charlotte Griffiths is true, plainly thinks to the contrary given he supposedly commented:

 

The third time we met, designer Philipp Plein threw a dinner for me and Chloe [Green] was there. I didn’t put her on the guest list and I still don’t know who invited her but I am happy she was there, and after that we fell in love.”

 

Accompanying the article on the Mail Online’s site yesterday was a video of Meeks arriving at an awards ceremony in Monaco with Miss Green and her mother, the pugnacious Lady ‘Don’t Call Me Tina’ Green. In it, whilst Meeks looks at ease in front of the cameras, both Greens career before the flashbulbs and seem nothing but sozzled and out of their depth.

 

Of this ‘arrangement,’ one can only echo the words of Mrs Merton and ask: “Jeremy, what first attracted you to the daughter of the billionaire Philip Green?”

 

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7 comments on “Anything but Meek”

  1. Pwoah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’d take Mummy and Daughter together!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What hotties —– well maybe I’d need some eye covers with Mummy but pwoah Chloe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ditch the Crim and come on Down Under!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. You still have not made a full and frank apology to Rolf Harris. If this is not forthcoming within 24 hours, I shall be making a complaint to the Metropolitan Police about how you have harassed a man CLEARED of fake allegations made by woodworm women. Why not admit you got it wrong? Rolf and Alwyn deserve this at the very least from you and the others and I cannot believe you do not even have the intelligence to see that you got it so very WRONG.

    1. I am not apologising to the disgusting, filthy, dirty, convicted paedo Rolf Harris either. Please include me in your list and I am sure the Met can easily trace me if they need to.

  3. I cannot believe I am engaging in this dialogue but Rolf Harris remains convicted of 11 offences and he is thus still a convicted sex offender and child abuser.

  4. Getting back on topic: We all know what Jeremy Meeks is. He is a criminal and a son of a criminal and we all know what Chloe Green is: The daughter of a selfish tycoon with no morals. They are birds of a feather and belong together.

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