Saturday, 10 November 2018

QUEENSBERRY FAMILY - SEX, DRUGS, BIN LADENS


Lady Beth (Ling Ling) Douglas, daughter of the Marquess of Queensberry.

In March 2018, Lady Beth Douglas, 18, was found dead with needle marks in her arm.

The Douglas family (Queensberry-Buccleuch) "has endured suicide and violent deaths" and "was married into Osama bin Laden's family".


David Douglas, the Marquess of Queensberry, with his Daughter Beth 'Ling Ling' (Right) and his granddaughter Hero (left) 

Lady Beth Douglas is the daughter of the 12th Marquess of Queensberry.

Lady Beth Douglas died at Notting Hill house party 'after a two-day heroin and cocaine binge', an inquest has heard.


Jenan Herzog Karagoli

Beth's boyfriend, Jenan Karagoli, 21, said the pair had spent at least two days drinking and taking drugs while staying in hotels.

Daughter of the Marquess of Queensberry, 18, died

'Karagoli also told The Mail on Sunday that Beth had recently set herself up as an online dominatrix using Twitter to advertise her services.'


Queensberry coat of arms. The third Marquess of Queensberry killed a servant ‘and roasted him on a spit’.

Beth Douglas, known as 'Ling Ling', was the only daughter of the marquess's third wife, Taiwanese artist Hsueh-Chun Liao.

"The inquest heard that Beth had been known to mental health services since the age of 13, when she started self-harming and had been sectioned under the Mental Health Act aged 17."


David Douglas

Beth (Ling Ling) Douglas's father is David Douglas, the 12th marquess of Queensbury.

David Douglas has married three times, producing eight children by four women.

  1. Lady Emma Douglas
  2. (illegitimate) Ambrose Jonathan Carey, whose half sister married Salem bin Laden. Ambrose Carey is head of a British security and intelligence firm
  3. Lady Alice Douglas, married Simon Melia, who went to jail for armed robbery.
  4. Sholto Francis Guy Douglas, Viscount Drumlanrig (born 1 June 1967), legitimated by decision of Lord Lyon when his parents married
  5. Lady Kate Douglas (b. 1969) married 1999 Tom Weisselberg.
  6. Lord Milo Douglas (1975–2009) died in mysterious circumstances.
  7. Lord Torquil Douglas 
  8. Lady Beth Douglas (b. 1997-2018), legitimised 2000 by her parents' marriage[8]

In 2009, Beth's half-brother, Milo Douglas, 34, 'committed suicide by jumping off a tower block'.


Salem Bin Laden

Caroline Carey, half-sister of his illegitimate son Ambrose Carey, married Salem Bin Laden, a brother of Osama.

When he died in a plane crash she married another brother, Khaled.

Salem bin Laden is said to have helped the CIA in the Iran Contra heroin affair.

Osama bin laden is said to have worked with the Jewish mafia in the heroin trade.

In 1858 the 8th Marquess of Queensberry shot himself dead with his own gun while hunting rabbits. Two of his sons also died violent deaths.

The 9th marquess is linked to a homosexual scandal involving Prime Minister Lord Rosebery.


Lady Alice Douglas and Simon Melia

In 1995, Lady Beth Douglas's half-sister, Lady Alice Douglas, married Simon Melia, a drug-addicted armed robber. They divorced.

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Hero Douglas (Hero Melia) is the daughter of Lady Alice Douglas and Simon Melia.



In 1894, the body of Francis Douglas, the eldest son of the 9th Marquess of Queensberry and brother of Oscar Wilde's lover Lord Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas, was discovered dead in a ditch.

The Marquess of Queensberry blamed ‘snob queers like Rosebery’ for corrupting and killing his son.

Lord Rosebery was Britain's Prime Minister from 1894 to 1895.

Scandals of sexminster

(Sir William Douglas, who died in1427,was the illegitimate son of The 2nd Earl of Douglas and Mar. His descendant William Douglas, 9th of Drumlanrig, became the 1st Earl of Queensberry in 1633.[2]  The Duke of Buccleuch is the Duke of Queensberry)


May Ling Ling rest in peace.
Her Buddhist Funeral Ceremony took place on the 21st March 2018 in London.
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1 comment:

  1. Hello - and happy new life!
    Not to be nitpicking - but isn't there a difference between a (male) marquis and a (female) marquess?

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