THIS WEEK IN THE MAGS: SHOCKING REAL LIVES

THIS WEEK IN THE MAGS: SHOCKING REAL LIVES

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Some stories really leap off the page, and compel you to read on. They’re the ones that are, usually, worth the largest fees. They could be shocking crimes, crazy lifestyles, and stomach churning betrayals. Below are a few of our most recent stories – click on the pictures to read the full feature.

DAD’S CONFESSION: “GRANDAD RAPED ME TOO”
Growing up, Kayleigh, now 25, knew something was wrong with her fun-loving grandad, John, 67, who abused her for two years. Traumatised, Kayleigh hardly spoke to her dad, Charlie, 44, but when she finally told him the truth about John she got a shocking response. Charlie admitted he too had been abused by his dad and the pair united to jail their abuser, before rebuilding their relationship. They bravely told their story in Chat magazine.

Karen's story in Take a Break
Karen’s story in Take a Break

PAEDO ABUSED ME – AND MY DAUGHTER

  • Karen, 37, was molested for three years from the age of 12, by family friend, Barry. Incredibly, she went on to marry Barry’s son Mike- and it was then that Barry was entrusted to look after her 12-year-old daughter, Clare. Last year she learned the sickening truth. Ronald was a serial paedophile. He’d not only raped her – but her daughter too. Her shocking story was in Take A Break magazine.

 

Emma's story in the Sun
Emma’s story in the Sun

 I MARRIED MY GAY BEST FRIEND!

 Emma, 21, fell for work colleague Ray, 22, instantly but when he revealed he was gay she had to settle for being his best friend. But a few months later the BFFs had a drunken one night stand and despite admitting he didn’t fancy her, Ray asked Emma out. Despite Ray being openly gay the pair realised they made each other happy. They married in May last year and have a son together.  They discussed their unusual relationship in the Sun newspaper, and will also be appearing in a glossy magazine.

 

 

 

 MY LOVER’S SECRET LIFE – AS HIV PREDATOR

 Hayley, 35, had unprotected sex with her boyfriend Les, 48, for five months before the pair split in 2007. Then in January 2011 she received a shocking visit from police who revealed that Les was HIV positive – and had been since 2003. Thankfully Hayley was clear but in February Les was charged with GBH after infecting another woman. He was found guilty. Hayley told her side of the story in the Sun newspaper to raise awareness of sexual health. We also negotiated her a magazine deal, to be published in the next few weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

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By Helen O’Brien Google