Hoaxteaders across Britain and around the world have risen up in indignation at the news that their friend and colleague Sabine McNeill entered a plea of ‘guilty’ to charges of having breached her restraining order during her hearing at Blackfriars Crown Court on Monday.
Haha, just kidding. In fact, no one has said a word (at least not publicly) about her startling turnaround. A quick tour of some the Facebook pages of some of Sabine’s supporters reveals a surprising lack of interest in her latest encounter with the law.
Sabine herself has had nothing to say on the matter, which is perhaps not surprising. It must sting to be forced into an admission that one has fucked up quite so royally.
Her friend, mentor, and paymaster (because “paymistress” just sounds wrong) Belinda McKenzie, who can usually be counted upon to offer some commentary on such things, remains silent:
Angela Power-Disney, who couldn’t stop blathering about poor Sabine when she was in police custody for 43 hours at the end of August, is uncharacteristically discreet now:
And what of the gaggle of Hoaxtead mobsters who accompanied Sabine and Neelu to court last summer? John Banks, who actually cracked a smile for this photo with his friends after the trial, has said not a word:
And what of the usually garrulous Tracey Morris, who posted the above shot last month? Nope. Nada. John Taylor? Nothing, unless you count pictures of chemtrails, or of women with bountiful rear elevations.
Even Neelu, whose bail return date is rapidly approaching, has had nothing to say about her “partner in crime’s” legal situation.
Why is no one saying anything, you might ask? Our guess is that Sabine’s friends have sniffed the wind and discovered that it’s no longer blowing in their direction.
We know the Hoaxtead mob is keenly aware of recent arrests that have taken place, and they must understand, as we do, what Sabine’s guilty plea means: she may or may not truly believe in her own culpability (our guess is not), but pleading guilty to this offence is tantamount to admitting that the hoax is officially dead.
And not before time, we say.
Addendum: Just as this post went to press, we discovered that Neelu had put up a video commentary which refers to Sabine’s day in court on Monday. We’re currently attempting to decipher it, and will have a full report here soon. Stay tuned….