Oh, that Charlotte. She can’t seem to live without the brilliant glare of the limelight, can she?
Back in her glory days (all two of them) as Vigilante in Chief at Hamster Research, she enjoyed a certain kind of notoriety, and even had a tiny fan club all her own. Granted, it consisted of fantasists, attention seekers, a couple of truly mentally ill hangers on, and a small but dedicated pack of conspiranoids…but it was hers, all hers. No doubt that’s why she found it so hard to quit. And quit. And quit. And quit again, definitely for reals this time.
For a while, she enjoyed basking in the warmish glow of a few nutters’ admiration on Facebook, as self-proclaimed leader of the infamous Sooper Seekrit Hampstead Facebook Groop, but that group rapidly self-destructed, leaving her with…well, nothing, really. Nothing but the long-ago memories of past delusions of grandeur.
So it should come as no surprise that Charlotte has tried yet again to insert herself into the Hoaxtead picture, this time with a smirking, self-congratulatory, and completely made-up post on the Tap Blog. Danielle George has done a brilliant deconstruction of that post:
…to which we can only add that we were amused to note that Charlotte seems to think Hoaxtead is all over, and everyone can go home now:
So just in case you have not heard, the activism has worked and A and G have been spared. I received this from A P D a few days ago:
“Ella sent a message via O that handing over of G and A due February 1st has been cancelled by social services due she thinks to global pressure and attention. Bravo!! ”
I hear from others that the children will be away from the father indefinitely and that he has been “ordered” into therapy at the Tavistock.
Honestly, Charlotte. Are you really so terminally naïve that you still believe a word that ‘APD’ (Angela Power-Disney) says? Let alone what she claims Ella told her?
However, we suppose that if it pleases Charlotte’s few remaining friends to believe her, it could be a good thing.
Let’s face it: no matter whether it’s true or not, if the Hoaxtead pushers think they’ve won, they’ll find something else on which to focus their attention.