No change in Sabine’s trial date: Belinda

On Tuesday while Neelu’s courtroom drama was playing out, another hearing was held at Southwark Crown Court, this one to determine whether Sabine McNeill’s trial date should be brought forward to August (as Angela has been claiming it already has). We are most grateful to Wesley Hall for kindly posting Belinda’s summary of the hearing,…

UPDATE: Jake Clarke pleads not guilty

Jake Clarke appeared at Willesden Magistrates’ Court this morning and entered pleas of not guilty to two charges of harassment. His trial will begin on 5 July in Crown Court, location to be confirmed. Jake told the magistrates that he hadn’t meant to cause distress, but said that since the IPCC had upheld Ella Gareeva…

Angela spills the beans on Jake Clarke

We’ve had a bit of a bet going round Hoaxtead Research HQ over the past three weeks or so: which of the Hoaxtead mob would be first to spill the beans about Jake Clarke’s arrest? EC is pleased to say that he and Scarlet share top honours, having correctly guessed that it would be Angela…

Hoaxtead Research: Three years on and going strong

We confess it’s hard to believe, but three years ago today, Scarlet Scoop hit “publish” on the very first post here at Hoaxtead Research. At 2,298 posts, nearly 1.3 million hits, and 94,000 comments from our readers, we’re going stronger than ever. Our goal, which we stated on the blog’s first birthday, is “to stand up and say…

BREAKING: Tracey Morris slags off Sabine’s legal team

In a Facebook livestream late Wednesday evening, Tracey Morris unleashed a vitriolic rant at Sabine McNeill’s legal team, reserving her harshest criticism for Noam Almaz, Sabine’s solicitor. Tracey described her recent trek to London, noting that she “could see that Belinda was under pressure”, and that she “couldn’t understand how [Sabine] was in prison”. “Why…