Now that Rupert has finally screwed his courage to the sticking place and shown up in London, we thought our readers might be interested in another example of his bluster and threats, in a child welfare case that’s unrelated to Hoaxtead.
Rupert Quaintance, who has been threatening to visit London to “kick down doors” in his quest for imaginary paedophiles in Hampstead, has arrived in London.
Rupert Quaintance is back on the warpath. Again. In his latest, ahem, ‘radio broadcast’ he’s been blustering and bragging about what he’s planning to do when he finally arrives in London, which will be…er, any day now. Really. He’s not kidding this time. For reals.
Two known Hoaxtead promoters, Maria MacMahon and Stephanie Mansell, have been openly discussing a plan to purchase a “black market piece” and take the law into their own hands to “save” RD’s two children.
Last week we made a rather large and public mistake. In our eagerness to find the author of the despicable Dearman Does Hampstead, we published, then pulled, a post that had fallen very, very wide of the mark.
We mentioned last week that Rupert, the hilariously unfunny iPhone ‘videographer’ with the unfortunate moustache and drug habit, had sort-of announced that he might, all other things being equal, be showing up in London at some point this summer.
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