Saturday, September 27, 2014

Blind Item #9

This foreign born B list actress/model/host turned escort/host had to pay a $25K fine after she was caught having sex with someone to whom she was not married. It was either that or face arrest and deportation. That was more than she made for the weekend. Heard she is about to lose her regular gig because she keeps leaving early every week to meet men and then comes back late on Mondays.

71 comments:

Lady Heisenberg said...

Canalingus

Bacon Ranch said...

Price?

Tricia S said...

Sophie monk

Bee Haven said...

You get fined for adultery?

All Lace no Leather said...

Her regular gig doesn't pay enough so she'd risk it to leave early each week for paid escorting?

sandybrook said...

Kelly Brook

Tricia S said...

And her talk show gig

CoBe said...

Once again, the two finger solution works in this scenario as well.

Bee Haven said...

Tricia, in our country, when mentioning her name we ptooey ptooey spit before and after, then gargle with listerine.

Bee Haven said...

Ha!@CoBe! I think me likes you!

CoBe said...

I'm thinking this is an Arab country?

Tricia S said...

Daring for Dubai: Sophie Monk takes the plunge with low-cut top

Tricia S said...

Sophie in Dubaii

CoBe said...

We worship at your feet, Jedi Tricia.

Tricia S said...

@BeeHaven...like our country and a Kardashian then??!!

delete account said...

@Bee Haven--
Yes, if someone is dumb enough to do it in a MidEast country. And they're lucky if that's all they do is fine them.

All Lace no Leather said...

@cobe, that would explain the fine for six outside of marriage. Good call.

rolotomassi said...

Sophie Monk falls ill in Dubai- hosting gig"Live On Mt.Richmore"?- live music show

good one Tricia

Tricia S said...

@CoBe....grab a drink and toast!!! Happy hour somewhere...and honestly..just pegged her cuz she fit .

All Lace no Leather said...

"Sex", not six.

CoBe said...

Crack open the booze!!!

Tricia S said...

@thanks @rolo...think that article meant to say sophie has been detained for having improper sex and is being deported....why is journalism so .....vanilla??

Tricia S said...

It be cracked

CoBe said...

I googled "Daring for Dubai" because I dont know who she is.

She may be a prostitute, but, damn, she is beautiful.

A big toast to you!

Bee Haven said...

EXACTLY Tricia!

maxxy said...

oh yeah @delete account. She's lucky it happened in Dubai. I can't think of another MidEast country that would have allowed her to get away with it no matter what.

CoBe said...

It works with "six" as well! Girl is busy!

rolotomassi said...

I just don't get why she'd give a shit if she got deported from Dubai-unless that's the Only Area where they're paying those rates for escorts.but its not. all the Saudi-Arabians do & Quatar & oman,etc

Bee Haven said...

Sophie icecream would be fidh and bilboes with a ghonorea frosting.

Bee Haven said...

*fish. Jesus I'm not even munted yet!

Tricia S said...

How did she make a name over there@Bee?was she a teen model?

Bee Haven said...

Delete account : like dumb f*cks who smuggle drugs into thailand. Has no one seen Nic Kidman in Bangkok Hilton?

Bee Haven said...

Dear god Tricia. You triggered my PTSD. She originated in a girl band on a tv show here. I feel so dirty.. crawls into foetal position chanting "back to the womb. Back to the womb.

Tricia S said...

Hahahaha
Why no shame in knowing...look how much we all know about these...Cretans min the states...it's morbid curiosity about people who make their life public...and it's not irrational.....however if we know certain things(and Ms, Monk is exceedingly....slaggish) imagine what we don't know

Dennis Ailor said...

Laughing*

Bee Haven said...

I like your play on words LadyH. When having a mouthful of mutt, it often sounds the way you phonetically described it

teresa crane said...

Seriously the only thing I know about Sophie Monk is that she dated one of the Madden brothers

Tina Mallette said...

I wonder how many foreign men get the same fine? And the married men, what is the penalty for adultery under Islam again, Stoning?

Bee Haven said...

Sophie is what we call, a slag. We have NO national pride, nor affiliation with this slapper at all.....

Tina Mallette said...

Although maybe we should institute that in North America, what a money maker for the government coffers!

Tina Mallette said...

I mean the married Arab men who hire hookers and the like including princes and sheikhs.

Zelda Zonk said...

Isn't she in Dubai this week

Bee Haven said...

Count yourself lucky teresa. Seriously.

Bee Haven said...

Tina. They have wangs! Foregone conclusion. Burn the witch.

sugarbread maker said...

sophie gets paid??

Tricia S said...

@ZZ yes!!

Bee Haven said...

I know, right Sugarbread? I'd pay her to stay the eff outta my country.

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

Dubai caters to the rich - every major fashion and style brand in the world has shops in one of their many mega-malls - but make no doubt about it, it's a totalitarian Muslim country.

It's also an ecological disaster, built on slave labor.

This is the most fascinating article I have read about Dubai:

The Dark Side of Dubai

Bee Haven said...

Zelda. Thank Garp!

Bee Haven said...

CoBe: what you drinking? I'm about to pop open a bottle of champers!

Bee Haven said...

Spot on Prunella.

Tricia S said...

@prunella...nice share.
How could any city that has erected 163 story buildings on sand and have indoor ski slopes(defeats the effin point) and made made everything be trusted...oh, and private objectification of women/public pseudo morality and chaste is cool:(

auntliddy said...

Prunella, thank for heads up on great article!

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

@auntliddy, you're welcome. I was blown away when I read it.

Rob Horine said...

Ms. Monk is lucky. There was a Dutch traveler who was raped in her room. The Police there arrested HER (let the men go cause she couldn't meet the conditions of what can be proved is (for Dubai) rape.*). She was facing 20 years and 100 lashes for having sex outside of marriage. She was allowed to go back home and the two countries came to a agreement and charges were dropped.

*How you prove rape in Dubai and many other countries in the Muslim world is that there must be 3 family members to witness the rape. If not, it's adultery.

Dubai is at a crossroads. Either they want tourism money or they want to be a Islamic State. They can't be both.

AngelBear said...

@Prunella - thank you so much for sharing the Dark Side of Dubai article. It was very insightful and also VERY disturbing. I am outraged about greed dominating our world at the expense of the masses. The article really showed the extremes of society. I know it happens everywhere, but that place (Dubai) is especially evil. I can't wait until it collapses and falls into the ocean. I travel a lot and had considered Dubai as a upcoming destination. Now I know that I will NEVER go there and will tell everyone else I know about the atrocities there. I will also be more responsible about researching the places I go so that I do not support places like Dubai. I encourage all of you to read the article.

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

@AngelBear I have nothing against Islam per se but most of the Islamic states in the middle east are also HORRIBLE places for animals. It might be different in Dubai that has (on the surface) more western sensibilities, I don't know. But the former head of WSPA told me a really sad story about one time he was in Saudi Arabia ... driving along and he saw people beating a stray female dog who was lactating. I think in fundamental Islam they think dogs are unclean and if you touch one you have to ritually wash your hands something like 8 times. So they feel free to stone or kick them. There's very little private dog ownership (only non-Muslims), no veterinary care, no spay/neuter, and people are cruel to strays. Because I'm such a dog lover I think I would be traumatized for life if I went to one of those countries and witnessed something like that. Asia is also mostly off-limits for similar reasons.

I'm happy though that with the rise of social media connecting all of us more effectively than ever before, animal rights organizations, rescue groups etc are springing up all around the globe. I know in China this man saw a huge truck on the freeway transporting about 150 live dogs to a meat market (some of them still wearing their collars and ID tags, they'd been stolen from their homes) ... he tweeted about this, drove in front of the truck to stop it, and instantly people who saw the tweet poured out of their homes, raced there and helped rescue the animals. In CHINA which is not known for animal rights or compassion. With the improvement in the economy and the growing middle and upper class, people are now buying pets and thinking of them, as we do, as members of their families. So compassion is growing.

I think the Islamic Middle East however will be a much tougher sell. I did some research about 8 years ago for a story I wrote on US military adopting stray dogs and cats in Iraq ... that was a sobering situation and it has only gotten worse since then.

One of the most haunting stories about Iraq was the story of this man who had a bird shop in Baghdad (I guess it's OK to keep birds as pets) ... he was a really nice guy, loved his birds ... and he got caught up in sectarian violence, dragged from his shop and murdered.

Anyway I could go on and on but I'm getting seriously off-topic.

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

Here's the story of the guy who loved birds:

New York Times article

Seven of Eleven said...

If this was one of the countries mentioned, the "pay a $25k fine or face jail/deportation" isn't an option. A woman who was raped and reported it to the police was sentenced to perjury, having extramarital sex and drinking alcohol, receiving a 16-month prison sentence. Her rapist? 13 month sentence, pardoned.

This is the same place that is on record for having the second highest number of sex clubs after Thailand. Welcome to Dubai, where sex clubs are awesome and rape victims are prosecuted.

auntliddy said...

7-11-this is why i dont leave the country. Frankly, i dont even like leaving the house! Lolol

Jill of All Trades said...

We all know Dubai is NOT a country, yes? With some of these comments I thought I should confirm...

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

Oops, you're right. I always think of it as a sovereign state but technically it's an emirate and part of the UAE (which is a country) - it's not a country in its own right. My bad!

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

Check out this section on laws in the UAE, followed by a section on human rights. It's downright scary:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Arab_Emirates#Law

Hey, who knew CDAN could be so educational?!

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

Oops, forgot to make it clicky:

Laws in the UAE

Tina Mallette said...

And the UAE is modern compared to Pakistan. Just saying.

Tina Mallette said...

Hard to understand how a religion was the first to grant women property and other rights and the first wife of Mohammad who was an independent businesswoman in the 900's AD, was a large part of establishing Islam in the beginning is now the most misogynist religion.

Fins to the Left! said...

Sophie Monk is in UAE, and instagrammed a pic of her swollen foot

AngelBear said...

@Prunella, I am with you 100% on your concerns about animal (and human) cruelty. If you think about how much blatant disregard that even the US has for human life, it is no wonder that people place even lesser value on animal welfare and they are usually the recipients of the worse treatment on earth. It is good to hear that perhaps some progress is being made in China and hopefully other places. I was thinking the same thing that you wrote about: that now we live in a society that is quite connected via internet, so now there can be greater awareness and education about what is really going on in this cruel world. It is all really quite sickening and barbaric. Apparently, many people do not have consciences. I am glad that you are involved in this cause. I totally admire you for that. I myself do animal rescue (and a lot of volunteering with people, too) and I think that if we band together in our masses, we can still make this world a better place. At least that is what I want to think.

Unknown said...

Muslims are unbelievably cruel to animals, beat women and children, and rape children. A Saudi report was done a year or so ago by the health ministry, based on he amount of child rape in the Kingdom the health ministry stated that in 50 years every saudi would likely be gay or bisexual - so prevalent was child sex abuse. No new laws have been instituted, no enhanced punishment for the crime of child rape or incest - so they are moving along swimmingly. But a woman gets raped and she will be lashed and do prison time for fornication. It's all over the muslim word. This religion did nothing but destroy women and children.

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

Thanks @angelbear, keep up the good work!

AngelBear said...

@Seven, meant to tell you: that was an interesting statistic that you provided about where the top two places for the most sex clubs in the world are. It would appear that all of that sexual repression being preached by the Islamic religion is a failure (at least in Dubai). But do both men and women get to go to the Dubai clubs for "services," or only the men?

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