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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

Cowardly Katie

Katie Hopkins proves that she is indeed scared of The Steeple Times

 

She gives it out like a trooper but she plainly can’t take it when it comes back at her. After a correspondence on Twitter, we offered media mouthpiece Katie Hopkins the chance to do our 20 question “What’s on your mantelpiece?” interview. We thought the media loving home wrecker – whose website states that she’s into “Telling it like it is” – would jump at the chance, but thus far she’s failed to answer.

 

Katie Hopkins loves the spotlight so much that she was even photographed cavorting with a man - then married to someone else - in a car park and then also half naked in a field
Katie Hopkins loves the spotlight so much that she was even photographed cavorting with a man – then married to someone else – in a car park and then also half naked in a field
She responded to our offer with: "Don't put my name in a sentence with the word scared"
She responded to our offer with: “Don’t put my name in a sentence with the word scared”
And she added: "It doesn't take Poirot to find my address"
And she added: “It doesn’t take Poirot to find my address”

Several of our readers, amongst them Sarah Symonds, who is one of the 130 individuals including Frankie Dettori, Helen Lederer and Ben Goldsmith who’ve answered the questions thus far, wrote suggesting we shouldn’t give the former Apprentice contestant airtime but we persevered in the hope that Miss Hopkins might show herself in a better light.

 

We sent Miss Hopkins – who told us that it “doesn’t take Poirot to find [her email] address – our questions via Katie@katiehopkins.co.uk on the 19th August. She still hasn’t replied.

 

Hopkins also stated “Don’t put my name in a sentence with the word scared” plainly is just such. Well, it’s time she ate her words: Katie Hopkins is most definitely scared of The Steeple Times.

 

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4 comments on “Cowardly Katie”

  1. Rebecca Kleinsmit also cavorted with married men, including the army, navy and air force. In Rebecca’s defence she was not doing it for financial gain or media attention. Rebecca Kleinsmit was very horny. She developed chronic complex gynaecological problems. She died of gynaecological cancer. Debauchery is not free of charge, nature will eventually present you with a bill to pay. Katie must attend regular check ups with her gynaecologist.
    I wish her luck.

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