Hey gang, who’s up for gawking at a little troofer in-fighting? Oh come on, you know you want to….
This week’s pagga revolves around our old friend Eddie Isok/Paul Rodgers, whose ex-girlfriend seems to have decided to spill the beans on him.
Rodgers’ ex, a lady named Marian, informed Jo-anne Sollis that Paul (aka Edgar? How many aliases does he need, we wonder?) is not only a band-wagon-jumping drama llama, whose very presence serves to divide rather than unite, but also a person with “anger and aggression issues”.
Yes, we were shocked too.
Sollis also claims that Rodgers is a member of the American Revolutionary Party, which she was somehow able to discern from his Twitter photo in ways we do not quite follow.
Sollis posted this on her Facebook page yesterday, and within the hour all hell had broken loose. The camps seem to be loosely divided between “I always knew he was a wrong ‘un” and “you leave my Eddie alone!”, with a small contingent of “never heard of him”.
Mary Connors, a member of the latter group, went hunting on the Googles and came back with a familiar-looking post:
Alicat George tersely informed her that “Ell Coyote” is a “Hoxsted troll” and “not reliable”, which grieved us terribly. But it was Sollis’ comment—”Please leave Finchley out of this as this is a separate issue and I’m saying this as me Jo ok” that we found really intriguing.
We hadn’t even seen a mention of Finchley, so what was this about? A quick trip to Companies House soon sorted us out:
Now that’s what we call a plot twist.
As we know, Rodgers is in tight with a group which includes Andy Devine and others who have been pushing the idea that a massive money-laundering scheme is being run out of a company located at 788–790 Finchley Rd in London.
(Full disclosure here: EC has been accused of involvement in some of these companies, although unfortunately they have thus far neglected to forward her her share of the swag.)
Pandora Box Investigations Ltd was set up by Gordon Bowden to investigate the alleged malfeasance taking place at the Finchley Road address, and in April 2018, Joanne Sollis was appointed to the board as a company director.
It does not take a great deal of imagination to see how the Sollis vs Rodgers spat might develop into a very interesting schism—despite Sollis’ disclaimer that this is a separate issue.
Babs & Captain Cokehead to the rescue
While at time of writing Rodgers had not managed to find a spot in his busy schedule to wander over to Sollis’ page and defend himself, a couple of his flying monkeys showed up right on cue: Babs, in her “Baz Evans” iteration, and J3zus, aka “Captain Cokehead”, using his girlfriend Nattalie’s page, as is his wont.
This is just a small selection of the commentary:
Excuse us while we pause for a slight snigger.
All right, as you were.
We’ll leave it there, but it seems quite likely that this will have some interesting repercussions. We’ll be keeping our ears open for further developments.