UK: Call Girl Blogger Belle Du Jour’s Ex Wins High Court Apology For False Allegations

Jul 27, 2013
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The ex-boyfriend of Belle de Jour, the blogger whose life as a call girl inspired a TV series, has spoken of his relief after winning a High Court apology over false allegations she made about him.

Former RAF officer Owen Morris said Brooke Magnanti, the former scientist behind the pen-name, had ‘destroyed’ his reputation by accusing him in the Sunday Times of threatening to expose her identity for money.

She also claimed his behavior towards her had become so threatening that she had once taken out a restraining order on him.

Mr Morris, 38, said: ‘I am glad that the truth behind the Belle de Jour media machine is finally starting to come out.

‘The grim reality is diametrically opposed to the marketed myth.’

Belle de Jour shot to fame after she posted a series of blogs about her sexual adventures, in which Mr Morris – who she dated for seven years – was referred to as The Boy.

She worked from 2003 to late 2004 as a prostitute through an escort agency.

Tomorrow, the Sunday Times is due to make a public apology at the High Court, confirming the false allegations  it carried were baseless.

Relief: The ex-boyfriend of Brooke Magnanti, pictured, known as Belle de Jour, the blogger whose life as a call girl inspired a TV series, has spoken of his relief after winning a High Court apology over false statements she made about him.

Relief: The ex-boyfriend of Brooke Magnanti, pictured, known as Belle de Jour, the blogger whose life as a call girl inspired a TV series, has spoken of his relief after winning a High Court apology over false statements she made about him.

Dr Brooke Magnanti’s  identity was revealed in November 2009. She was previously only known by the pen name Belle de Jour.

Recently she waded into the debate on online porn. David Cameron announced that every householder connected to the internet will have their access to online porn blocked unless they ask to receive it.

But writing in The Telegraph, she said: ‘One big assumption seems to be that only blokes will opt-in to porn, because the widespread myth is that only men watch it. But women seek out hardcore content too.’

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Anthony Kennerson
7 years ago

Sorry, but I’m calling BS on this one: this is the Daily Mail doing their propaganda again.

Dr. Brooke Magnanti (the original Belle du Jour) has tweeted that the original statement by the High Jury made abundantly clear that the London Times was most responsible for the statements against her ex-husband, not her.

Of course, this is the usual smear against an opponent of the Cameron porn filter opt-in, for which the DM has been one of the principal boosters.

Anthony Kennerson
7 years ago

Here is a statement released this evening by Dr. Brooke Magnanti (Belle du Jour) clarifying her role in the Sunday Times settlement and all but accusing the Daily Mail of libel in claiming that she was the source of the threatening acts against her ex:

http://sexonomics-uk.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/morris-v-times.html?m=1

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