Over the past two years, we’ve all watched with a mixture of horror and fascination as Hoaxtead mobster Angela Power-Disney has managed to alienate one “best friend” after another…after another…after another….
The roster is impressive, and includes (but is not limited to):
- Abraham Christie and Ella Draper
- Belinda McKenzie
- Angela’s friend from America
- Mel Ve and Biggi Boho
- Stephanie Oostveen
- Jockney Rebel
- Sandy Goodridge-Bergen
- Sonya Van Gelder
- Kris Costa
- Alan Alanson
- [Fill in your choice of troofer here]
Last week we noted that Angela and Nina Valentine were putting their heads together with the touchy-feely video-maker Miles Johnstone, with a view to creating a series of videos about so-called “super-soldiers”…but within a couple of days of that post, it seems that things have soured on the Nina/Angie front.
During her video with Bridie Lavery and her mother (or was it her daughter? we kind of lost track), Angela showed us a shot of her email in-box, in which some sharp-eyed readers noticed messages between Nina and Angela headed “I am not very happy at you sharing these…”:
As you might imagine, our ears pricked up at this: who was unhappy with whom? About sharing what? We set about getting to the bottom of the mystery.
We’ve now discovered the source of this conflict: following last week’s three-part YouTube extravaganza in which Angela interviewed Nina and fellow
loony mentally ill vulnerable super-soldier Dave Barrow, Nina decided to release her own version of the interview…in which Angela’s face was missing from the screen. Oh, and Nina’s version had links to her own PayPal for those who might like to donate. Talk about treading on sacred ground! That begging bowl is Angie’s purview, thankyouverymuch.
As you might expect, Angela was less than thrilled with this rank insubordination. Word has it that she was infuriated, and not only demanded that Nina set her version of the video to “private”, but then conducted the next interview with Dave Barrow alone, cutting Nina out of the super-soldier action altogether. Nina has been sidelined, and Dave has been elevated to the position of Angie’s new bestie, poor sod.
The net result: Nina is in a rage with Angela; Angela has lost yet another “dear friend”; Dave has become the unlucky recipient of Angela’s affections; and who knows what Miles thinks of it all?
Just another day in the life of the Hoaxtead mob….allegedly and without prejudice, it goes without saying.