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A French farce

French fashion brand mocks Jimmy Savile’s victims

 

A French fashion brand bizarrely named Brooklyn We Go Hard has used the former Scottish holiday home of the deceased paedophile Jimmy Savile as the location for one of its photoshoots.

 

Brooklyn We Go Hard shot a recent advertising campaign at Jimmy Savile's former holiday home, Allt-Na-Reigh, Glencoe, Ballachulish, Scotland, PH49 4HX
Brooklyn We Go Hard shot a recent advertising campaign at Jimmy Savile’s former holiday home, Allt-Na-Reigh, Glencoe, Ballachulish, Scotland, PH49 4HX

In the image, a male model stands outside the cottage where Savile entertained the Prince of Wales and no doubt abused countless children and others. This “on brand” exercise can only suggest that BWGH wishes to sell its tat to paedophiles.

 

A spokesman for this frankly fortunately little known company told The Sun: “We didn’t know about Savile. We just loved the spot”. What a load of claptrap. This is a brand that should be debranded.

 

 

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