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Women filmed pal having sex then posted revenge porn clip to Facebook for mum to see
family members in a sick revenge porn incident.Lauren Fowler, 20, and Aimee Lawson, 31, had X-rated footage of their victim from a previous boozy session.After a row with their former mate, the pair decided to humiliate her by creating a Facebook group chat with strangers, her mum, and even her ex’s family.READ MORE: Rugby star Ricky Bibey dead in Italy hotel room after 'erotic game' with bloodied womanThey then proceeded to send around four explicit videos and 40 photos to the group chat.The offences - disclosing private sexual photographs and films with intent to cause distress - took place between May 8 and May 9 2021.Fowler and Lawson also accused the victim of being a “s***” multiple times in the tirade, saying she slept with multiple men.At Hull Crown Court, the victim said: "While in the group chat I was embarrassed, humiliated and angry when I found they had shared all my private life to my family who should not have seen such footage."I am worried this has caused an issue with my ex-partner and his family and that this will continue into the future."I am also embarrassed I had to share this with the police but I feel they should be dealt with accordingly for what they have done."But judge Ben Nolan decided to not send the women behind bars as they had successfully completed community orders whilst previously on bail for common assault.Stay in the loop with all the latest Daily Star news by signing up to one of our free newsletters here.Nolan explained: "This was very unpleasant behaviour on both your parts.
One Direction didn't make an effort with anyone on final tour, claims Jamie Lawson
One Direction on their farewell tour.The 46-year-old toured with the group on their On the Road Again Tour in 2015, with the group bowing out on October 31, of the same year at Sheffield's Motorpoint Arena.Earlier in the year, Jamie re-released his hit single Wasn't Expecting That which charted at Number 6 on the official charts before his album sailed right to the top of the charts.Despite being in close proximity to the group, Jamie claims the four lads were relatively quiet backstage.Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star, he said: "They were very much, the four of them kept to themselves really."Harry was kind enough to drop by a couple of times to say hello, he bought me a bottle of champagne when the album went to Number One which was very kind of him."Generally on the whole, no, I didn't [see them backstage]."Reflecting on the moment he found out he would be going on the tour, Jamie said: "I have no idea how I ended up on that tour but it was a tour I'll always remember, fondly."I went to number one in the duration of that tour which is amazing and I think I did gain a lot of fans, whether it be One Direction fans or parents, a mixture of the two but I still have a few that follow me now."He added: "Harry and Niall were always very kind, they would shout out most nights that I'd been on and I think that made a difference."The fact I had this kind of approval from them – I wasn't sure at first whether it would work or not, but it did seem to.""I'm really glad I did it, it was really interesting considering it was their last," he said.Jamie is gearing up for An Acoustic Round Tour across the UK next month with Gemma Hayes, Richard Walters and Laura Zocca.Discussing the tour, he said: "We're all going to be on stage
Coronation Street star Charlie Lawson slams soaps for being 'woke' and 'box-ticking'
Coronation Street star Charlie Lawson has slammed British soaps for 'ticking boxes'. The actor, who portrayed imprisoned Jim McDonald, appeared on GB News alongside former fellow Weatherfield resident Sherrie Hewson and Brookside's Tina Malone.Charlie, 62, was quizzed by broadcast Dan Wootton on "wokeness" and admitted current soaps don't "reflect reality".The actor argued that viewers would "start to switch off" from watching soaps as bosses choose to tick boxes.He admitted to feeling a sense of despair over the constant stream of "new things that you can and can't do".It came as Dan chatted to Charlie and fellow soap stars in the wake of June Brown's death.Charlie raised that many viewers are being extremely tight-lipped about what they want to watch and are afraid of calling soap bosses out.He told GMB's Dan: "We're great at being a silent majority in this b****y country over a great deal of things and I try not to be, to my detriment."There's always new things that you can and can't do and I despair and that goes across society in my humble opinion." He raged: "I hope to god that Corrie and EastEnders or whatever, Emmerdale Farm are around in 10 years but I think people start to switch off because boxes are being ticked with such heavy black ink and I mean that across the whole television industry."There is a silent majority out there who just want to say, excuse my French, they want to say, 'B******s to that, I want to watch what I want to watch'." During his stint on Coronation Street back in the late 90s, Charlie's character became temporarily wheelchair-bound following an altercation with son Steve in 1998.
Ed Sheeran 'lets singers do their thing' on his record label, says Jamie Lawson
Ed Sheeran is one of the best bosses you could ask for after becoming the first signing to his Gingerbread Man label back in 2015.Before signing to Ed's label, Jamie had already released three albums before his first record on Gingerbread Man, his self-titled album Jamie Lawson charted at Number One.Over the course of his career, Jamie has played to millions of fans while supporting the likes of Ed, One Direction and Vance Joy, as well as his own headline tours.Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, he reflected on the moment he discovered Ed wanted to sign him.Jamie said: "I was really flattered, it gave me a lot of confidence, in that, Ed had been thinking about starting a label for a while and the fact of him thinking my songs were the best way of launching that meant a lot to me."He has a lot of friends, he knows a lot of artists, he could have picked any of them that wasn't already signed to do it with, they would have been good enough."The fact he thought that mine was the best fitting at that point, meant a lot."The singer-songwriter continued: "He was very encouraging from the start, he was always there for me to be able to run ideas or songs past."He would always leave the music or recordings to me to do my thing with, which you couldn't ask for more in a record label."If you look at his record label and the roster of the records he's released so far, with mine, Foy, Vance and Maisie Peters, that's good stock as far as I can tell."Jamie is gearing up for An Acoustic Round Tour across the UK next month with Gemma Hayes, Richard Walters and Laura Zocca.Discussing the tour, he said: "We're all going to be on stage at the same time, one person will sing a song, tell a story about how the song came about and then it
Nigella Lawson showcases ageless beauty and radiant skin during scorching getaway
Nigella Lawson wowed audiences in Australia at the launch of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival on Wednesday night (March 23).The TV chef and author, 62, showed off her ageless beauty and glowing complexion as she posed for photographs, wearing hardly any make-up and flashing her signature dazzling smile.She also wore a long a-line lilac dress that flowed over her gorgeous curves, and showed off her beautiful figure with a cinched waistline and plunging neckline.The dress completed Nigella's stunning spring look at the festival, where she joined the hosts of Masterchef Australia at Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne.Nigella looked radiant throughout the day and was said to be in high spirits as she attended the highly anticipated event - looking none of her 62 years of age.She recently revealed to British Vogue the secrets behind her iconic hourglass figure, including eating well and not denying yourself culinary pleasures, saying: "I love food too much not to eat a great deal of it."Nigella also revealed that she indulges by mixing controlled portions of vegetables with flavour-heavy meals, as well as including ingredients such as white wine in dishes such as her mushroom risotto and crab linguine.The TV chef also revealed a secret behind shifting any weight gain over the festive period too - Instead of takeaways, Nigella stands by luxurious meals to blast the festive pounds.Nigella added during the interview: "It helps not to feel deprived if you make each meal last longer."Staggering the various components rather than eating them all on the same plate at the same time gives you a sense of eating more than you are."The trick is not to become bored and therefore to use as varied a collection of vegetables as possible.