Friday 11 April 2014


Astala and Phaedra and their mother Peaches.

Reportedly, Peaches Geldof 'was found dead with her 11-month-old son Phaedra by her side after her husband Thomas Cohen raised the alarm because she wasn't answering her phone'

Thomas called a friend, who went over to the house to check on her and then called the police.

Thomas Cohen

Peaches' mother Paula Yates was found dead in similar circumstances. 

When Paula's body was discovered in her London home, in 2000, Peaches' four-year-old sister Tiger Lily was found playing nearby by a family friend.

Reportedly, Paula died of a heroin overdose. 

Astala Geldof. 

Peaches was found dead at her Kent country home on 7 April 2014 in 'unexplained' circumstances.

A post-mortem examination yesterday was 'inconclusive' - a cause of death was not established

Reportedly the police found no suicide note and no signs of injury or evidence of drugs.

Read more: http://www.dailymail. /Peaches Geldof started following suicide girls' page /
Peaches Geldof post-mortem 'inconclusive' / Peaches Geldof found dead 'with 11-month-old son ...





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At 11 April 2014 at 02:16 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The usual smoke and mirrors from the deeply corrupted british police.
"inconclusive" in this the 21st century?? Who do they think they are fooling??

It stinks, david

At 11 April 2014 at 02:50 , Blogger Unknown said...

"Dozens of young political aides have claimed to be on the receiving end of unwanted advances from older men.

"A small group of MPs is said to have regularly become drunk and made passes at male researchers in particular.

"One woman researcher told the investigation: ‘I watched men coming on to men, and men hiring men that they wanted to sleep with. I saw male MPs and researchers having relationships.

‘When I was there, older men would explore their sexuality and be predatory to younger men.’

"Preston Crown Court heard about a boozy Westminster culture often involving younger members of staff.

"In the investigation by Firecrest Films, a third of 70 researchers from all political parties with different sexual orientations said they had been subject to harassment.

"Nearly a quarter said that they had witnessed someone else being sexually harassed, or that a friend had confided in them.

One said: ‘At an event for young political activists I was asked to go to the gents by a certain MP who had always been a nice guy. I just brushed it off.
‘The MP suggested I go to the toilets with him at about 1am, but then at 3am I saw him going back to his hotel room with a guy who looked about 18.’

Another said: ‘He invited the office to a gay bar, and came up to me and put his arm around my shoulder. Then one time he slid his hand right down my back, and I moved it away.’

The investigation revealed that young men are more likely to get harassed than women. Some 40 per cent of men spoken to said they had received unwanted sexual advances."


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