For the past few days we have been talking about Ella Draper’s curiously timed recanting of a large and important aspect of the Hampstead SRA hoax: interviewer Nathan Stolpman has stated that when he asked Ella about her ex-husband’s alleged participation in the “cult”, “she says now she doesn’t believe that was the case and that was maybe something she was prompted into coming up with at the time when she was under duress”.
As we mentioned yesterday, this admission that she made up at least part of the Hampstead hoax comes at a time when Ella and Abe are in serious financial difficulty, and may represent an effort on her part to convince her ex-husband Mr Draper to reinstate direct payments of her spousal maintenance, so that she and Abe don’t starve.
However, the implications of this new admission are very damaging to the hoax: if Mr Draper wasn’t actually in the imaginary cult, it means that he could not possibly have “given” Ella to RD. Nor could he have introduced his wife and son to the cult; nor could he have been the cult’s “financier”.
But there’s more…much more
For all those who’ve allowed yourselves to be played for fools by Abe and Ella and Sabine and Belinda over the past two years, and who’ve claimed that you’ve based your support for Hoaxtead on “believing the children”, we suggest you cover your eyes for this next bit. You won’t like it, we guarantee.
Remember the audio recording that Jean-Clement Yaohirou made the night that Abe and Ella brought the children home from the UK? Here it is, just in case: https://youtu.be/ JBzqToRR86o
(Note: this video may be blocked from your location. If you use a VPN you can still see it, however.)
If you scroll to about 5:50, you will hear the following exchange:
Child Q: Me, and my sister, and my brother don’t have tattoos.
Jean-Clement: No tattoos?
Q: No. If my mum was doing it, if my mum was touching me, I would have had a tattoo right now.
JC: Why is that—
Abe: Tell him about your brother Xxxxx, tell him about your brother.
Q: Yeah, he doesn’t have it yet, no.
Abe: But tell him what he does.
Q: He does…he touches us, he does, um, sex to us.
Abe: Tell him about…listen to this. Her first husband, basically they picked her. They picked her. They selected her, the mother, they selected her. First husband, he’s one…(aside to child: Shush!)…he’s one, he’s an investment banker. He does, he has a baby with her, and the boy, he done sex with the boy, 17 years….Her first husband. She left him. Her first husband told the second guy, go and get her.
So…according to the children, recorded on 4 September 2014, Ella’s eldest son is a cult member who “does sex” to them.
And Abe adds the story about Mr Draper being a member of the cult who “selected” Ella, had a child with her, and then passed her along to RD. He reiterates that story at 6:50 in the Yaohirou video:
Abe: All three children are involved in the cult now. From two different men, who are cult members. She came to me, because she knew I didn’t, I wasn’t a weird guy. She knew there was something, I was clean. And she knew, in her heart, that I could help her. She didn’t know how. I didn’t know how….Her first husband, he sent the second man to her.
So the Draper family’s alleged involvement in the “cult” was an established part of the story Abe and Ella were putting about, from the very start. They had the children repeating it—even though Abe and Ella were very well aware that it was not true.
But now Ella has said, er, whoops, that bit was all a mistake, Mr Draper and his wife and son weren’t in the cult after all. Sorry about that.
SO WHY WERE THE CHILDREN CLAIMING THAT MR DRAPER’S SON “TOUCHES” AND “DOES SEX” TO THEM?
It’s very clear here that the children have been told exactly what to say—and Child Q’s hesitation as he repeats the lie gives it away even further. He sticks to the script, but he’s not happy about doing so.
From all accounts, both of RD’s children were very fond of their brother, and it must have been incredibly difficult for them to spew out accusations which they knew were completely false. However, in the Yaohirou video, Abe demands that Q tell Jean-Clement about his brother, and so he complies, repeating what he has been told to say.
Ella’s admission to Nathan Stolpman that she was “mistaken” to include her ex-husband, her son, and her ex-husband’s new wife in her foul allegations aren’t just an about-face on the story she and Abe have been broadcasting for the past two years. The admission is 100% conclusive evidence that she and Abe were telling the children exactly what to say, and who to accuse. We’ll have more on why Ella might have wanted to target her eldest son in future posts, but we’ll leave it here for now.
This is only one of many references to Mr Draper and his family which Abe and Ella forced the children to repeat. We’ll be bringing you more as we locate them. And if any enterprising Hoaxtead researchers out there would like to suggest material, we’ll be happy to publish it here.
Meanwhile, should any crestfallen Hoaxtead mobsters care to apologise, the queue forms on the right.