Silly Little Girl

Cactus Kate

Oh dear…the daughter prissy little princess of Guy Hall-Wright, the fellow who ruined a hard-working Korean man’s life by driving his gay boat-anchor SAAB convertible into him and crushing his legs has had a moan about what Cactus Kate had to say about her hit and run Daddy.

Anonymous said…
Hi it’s the ‘princess’ here. My father did fucking stop. And I’m not a princess, i’m his kid, I was sixteen, and I had won the chance to record that day. He was there to play guitar with me, because I love him. We were attacked, we were panicked, and mr kim had blocked us in so that we could only get out one way. You need to get a life, Kate, and maybe some writing skills.

5:15 AM, July 13, 2012

All the highly paid PR advice they thought they had just went right out the window. Face palming will be going on right now as Guy Hall-Wright hasn’t yet ben sentenced and his little princess is seriously stuffing up his chances of a nice cushy home-d sentence.

I imagine the media will be all over the little princess now and her comment in the lead up to sentencing. It looks like there is not a single bit of remorse from anyone in the Hall-Wright family for running over some uppity asian…I love how she says they were attacked…hmmm…by the man with two broken legs and pelvis?? Perhaps not. They certainly don’t seem to be attacked by any guilt that is for sure.

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They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet.   Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet, and as a result he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist that takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him.  But you can’t ignore him.