SAMANTHA Fox has defended her decision to name David Cassidy as an alleged sex attacker because she “didn’t know he was sick”. The former Page 3 girl has come under fire for the revelation in her new book after the former Partridge Family star passed away last month. Some of his fans have accused the 80s glamour girl of “ruining” Cassidy’s memory by branding him a sex attacker.
PIERS Morgan has launched a nationwide hunt for a busker after being wowed by his saxophone playing. The Good Morning Britain host said the musician stopped him in his tracks as he was walking through High Street Kensington in West London yesterday. He is now desperately hunting the busker so he can give him his big break and invite him on the ITV show.
The former Page 3 girl turned singer was performing in South America when she was asked to do a gig at a 21st birthday bashSAMANTHA Fox claims she was handed almost £40,000 to sing for a drug lord at a party in Columbia. The ex-Page 3 girl had been touring in South America when she was asked to perform at a 21st birthday bash at the height of cartel drug wars. Sam, 51, even claims she was taken to a mansion to perform where she was guarded by men clutching machine guns.
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