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Tatiana Giraud

Tatiana GiraudA vile creature that dared to gatecrash the 34th birthday party of Matthew Steeples, Tatiana Giraud declared herself a “lover of Jesus” on Twitter in 2015. A self-proclaimed “entrepreneur”, Giraud also somehow finds the time to run the GTM model agency and a foundation that allegedly helps “victims of rape and their children”. Chaos follows wherever she goes and we most vehemently urge all our readers to avoid her.

 

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10 comments on “Tatiana Giraud”

  1. She should be banished from polite society. Her behaviour is utterly unacceptable. I hear that party crashing is just the start of her activities and after witnessing her be very rude to Matthew Steeples on a subsequent occasion I stand totally firm with him in his dislike for her.

  2. She once gatecrashed one of my parties. I recognise her thanks to this article and now I know who she is, I will ban her from everything I organise.

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