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Monday, 31 May 2010

Sarah Ferguson appears on the Oprah show to explain access to Prince Andrew scandal

 Sarah Ferguson, Sarah Ferguson, Sarah Ferguson. I don't know whether to applaud her or feel sorry for her. I mean, how desperate can you get to do something like this?

For those who don't know the story, in May 2010, the ex-British royal was caught on video tape (by a News of the World reporter) accepting money in exchange for a promise of business access to her ex-husband Prince Andrew, who is a British Trade Representative.

She was filmed receiving in cash $40, 000 as a down payment from an undercover reporter, Mazher Mahmood, who was posing as an Indian businessman. The Prince's entourage denied that the prince was aware of the situation.

She's since apologized for her actions and  appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show to explain what happened. She said: 'I haven't faced the devil in the face because I was in the gutter at that moment.' She admitted she had seen clips of herself accepting  £27,000 in cash  while travelling through airports in the US last week.

They were married for ten years (86-96). They have two daughters together and are still very much in each other's lives.***

What do you think of her collecting money to introduce people to her ex? Probably something a lot of us would do huh? lol


Anonymous said...

He/She without sin should b d first to cast the stone abi?

Anonymous said...

she always manages to dust herself off and get on with it so i will not be surprised if she makes it through this scandal as she did when she divorced her husband and became a national spokesperson for a recognized brand. fergie never did fit in and her actions don't help her either, how about getting a job and spending less, mama?

Anonymous said...

my dear though shall not judge...especially when HUNGRY is involved

Anonymous said...

Where you so for a long time were gone?

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