Sabine is due in Blackfriars Magistrate’s court on Monday, 8th February at 2:00 p.m., to answer charges of witness intimidation and perverting the course of justice.
And judging from her Twitter feed, it looks like she’s decided to make the best impression possible.
You might recollect that she’s been trying to flog a product called “Bionic Youth Activating System (BYAS)” over the past couple of months. Regular Hoaxtead Research commenter Sassy has written about this pyramid marketing scheme, which even has its own Facebook page!
Anyhoo…Sabine decided to use herself as a guinea pig, and take a look at how it’s transformed her…
We’re sure you’ll agree: she doesn’t look a day over 75!
Glad to see she’s retained that ‘eyes brimming over with tears’ look that’s stood her in such good stead for so many years. And does the BYAS method involve drawing circles under your eyes with a felt-tip pen? Amazing.
But perhaps we’re being unfair. As Sabine writes in her blog post on this most wonderful fountain of youth, “Unfortunately, the photos taken with a phone are not good enough to show the difference”.
Oh, you think? We thought it was just us.
Meanwhile, of course, we note that her ‘In the best interests of the Whistleblower Kids?’ blog contains lots of helpful evidence for the CPS, including several pages of witness statements that will doubtless exonerate her completely.
Because after all, there’s nothing quite like publishing people’s confidential witness statements to ensure that they will feel safe coming forward in court, right? Especially when the case is being followed by a boatload of vigilante nutters who think nothing of threatening and stalking said witnesses.
Anyway, with all of that, we can understand why Sabine would think it might be in her best interests to put her best face forward.
Sadly, it’s the only one she’s got.