Saturday, 3 May 2014


Tyger Drew-Honey (above) has been a child actor with the BBC.

Tyger 's parents, now divorced, both made millions from the porn industry.

Tyger's parents are porn movie director Simon James Honey, better known as Ben Dover, and porn movie star and UK editor of Penthouse magazine Linzi Drew.[7]

Tyger grew up in a £2 million house in Surrey.

Linzi Drew and Tyger.

Tyger has been making a documentary about the porn industry for BBC Three.

Outnumbered's Tyger Drew-Honey to make documentary.

He interviewed a teenage girl whose boyfriend was hooked on watching rape scenes on porn sites.

The boyfriend then started acting out his fantasies.

Centre - Ben Dover, aka Steve Perry, aka Lindsay Honey  acsbore.wordpress.com1.5 Golden Eye.

In 1978, Tyger's father, Ben Dover, met Kent Bolton, a former Labour Party MP on the Isle of Wight.

Bolton was linked to the porn industry and organised "spanking parties".[12][13]

Ben Dover then started working for Rodox/Color Climax, a Danish company that produced child pornography. [14][15]

Tyger (left) in the BBC series 'Outnumbered'.

Ben Dover then worked as an actor for Mike Freeman's Videx Limited in 1979, a production company based in Wimbledon.[17]

Freeman had been jailed in 1969 for murder.

In the 1980s Freeman was charged under the Protection of Children Act, as images of children taken at a naturist park were featured in one of his films.

In 2000 it was reported that Tina Louise Harvey, who featured in "Ben Dover's Housewives Fantasies" was hoping to stand for the Liberal Democrats in Northampton.

In 2005 Harvey was selected to appear on Big Brother due to her past as a porn star, but was dropped when she refused to have sex on TV.[39]

At one time Ben Dover was shortlisted as a potential candidate for General Secretary of the Labour Party.[43]


  1. Concerning the latest 'peadophile' scandal that's about to rock the British establishment to it's core... Rochdale Labour MP Simon Danczuk.

    I was initially sceptical about him (as most are of MP's these days)... but this guy genuinely cares, and he's pushing for a FULL public inquiry into institutionalised child abuse.

    Radio interview with Simon Danczuk (he breaks down into tears at the end of the interview)

    The book - Smile For The Camera: The Double Life of Cyril Smith by Simon Danczuk and Matthew Baker

  2. Watch the episode from this Thurs night. From when the child actors were much younger. Then imagine you were an individual who enjoyed lingering images of little girls. Whole thing distinctly not good for children. Thurs night tv distinctly 'nasty actually. Media folks we love and trust are having us on everyday. Once you see it its pretty outrageous. Digital everything is brainwashing us.

  3. Tyger D-H was interviewed on this morning's Radio 4 'Saturday Live': he sounded a pleasant young man.