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Topic History of: Rolf in the news again
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hedda Jo wrote:
More exaggeration: she has told an Australian woman's magazine (article proudly displayed on her Facebook page) that Rolf groped her not 24 times but "at least" 24 times. In it, she also claims, as also quoted in Daily Mail, that she "slapped his hand away like he was a naughty boy". Yet she told ABC in a TV interview that she didn't react, as it wasn't the done thing in the 1980s. Unable to keep track of her own story it seems.

nice find Jo.
JK2006 False accusers cannot help themselves; the stories grow like Topsy until they can no longer get away with it.
Jo More exaggeration: she has told an Australian woman's magazine (article proudly displayed on her Facebook page) that Rolf groped her not 24 times but "at least" 24 times. In it, she also claims, as also quoted in Daily Mail, that she "slapped his hand away like he was a naughty boy". Yet she told ABC in a TV interview that she didn't react, as it wasn't the done thing in the 1980s. Unable to keep track of her own story it seems.
JK2006 False Accusers come in all shapes and sizes but all have the same thing in common; they end up down the toilet one way or the other.
Jo Good points, all.

wjlmarsh, that certainly blows a hole in her claim of being the strongest witness for the prosecution.

honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:
I dont remember ever being expected to put up with groping.

Surely if you dont stop someone groping you once, twice, or twenty-four times it is giving them permission?

She certainly seems pretty feisty today and from the photos doesn't look shy in her younger days either. Even if you felt intimidated by a celeb, I just can't see how you would be able to count distinct gropes in practice, let alone quietly put up with them so that you could methodically build a tally and such a considerable one at that. And if you had formed a positive impression of a celeb on TV that was dashed by a negative personal experience of them so serious that you went to court about it as a victim of crime would you really later recall that celeb's TV performances with a smile on your face?

On her Facebook account ("Speaker, MC and Interview Coach. The first Mrs Earth Australia 2017 Mrs Role Model of the Year 2018"), she's loving her press attention:

"Wow! My story has hit the UK!"