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WELL, I smashed the hell out of work last week af­ter a long break and you def­i­nitely didn’t dis­ap­point me!

I had some great calls from some old fa­mil­iar faces and some new ones and I loved keep­ing you all hot and horny all night long.

I want to apol­o­gise to any­one on a ri­val chan­nel for hardly get­ting any calls – they were all tun­ing in to call me!

I’m not sur­prised ei­ther be­cause I was wear­ing such a sexy out­fit that got you all go­ing!

So come and catch me on TV tonight from 10pm on SKY chan­nel 912 and Free­view 679. I can as­sure you, you won’t be dis­ap­pointed! OVER the week­end, I went to my friend Andy’s wed­ding with my brother Scott.

Andy has been a re­ally close friend of me and my brother since we were in school.

I was quite a tomboy back than, one of the lads re­ally, so we were quite a tight lit­tle group.

It was a gor­geous wed­ding and it was like a mini school re­union see­ing ev­ery­one again.

I felt very posh and Down­ton Abbey like in my Jenny Pack­ham dress, and my hat was made by the same peo­ple who make the Queen’s!

And see­ing as I’m al­ways telling you about my sis­ter Ali­son, I thought I’d show off my older brother Scott this week. That’s him with me in the pic­ture. AS you all know, I’m a mum to an autis­tic child and I’m read­ing a book at the minute which is bloody bril­liant. It’s called

and it’s all about an autis­tic child.

It’s re­ally helped me re­alise even more what my son goes through and what he’s thinking, it’s an amaz­ing book.

I live autism ev­ery day with my son and I work tire­lessly to help him through life, I’d rec­om­mend this to any­one who knows some­one with autism, it might help you un­der­stand what they’re re­ally go­ing through. AN old age pros­ti­tute told a court she was sell­ing sex be­cause her son des­per­ately needed a kid­ney trans­plant.

Terez­inha Apare­cida de Je­sus, 73, was run­ning and work­ing in a brothel which was raided by cops af­ter a tip-off from the public.

When po­lice paid a visit to the house on Novem­ber 9, 2016, de Je­sus was seek­ing £72 for sex and she was the only per­son on the premises.

An­other younger wo­man was in­volved but was not there at the time of the of­fence, ac­cord­ing to a po­lice wit­ness.

Of­fi­cers found just £80 in cash at the prop­erty in Naas, County Kil­dare.

De Je­sus said that she was run­ning the brothel in a back­street to pay for her 40-year-old son’s kid­ney trans­plant.

She also wanted to re­turn home to her se­ri­ously ill mother, who is 98.

Po­lice said de Je­sus had ar­rived in Ire­land just days be­fore the raid and only had a sin­gle cus­tomer.

Dur­ing the hear­ing at Naas Dis­trict Court, Judge Des­mond Zaidan asked her lawyer if peo­ple were pay­ing £80 to have sex with a 73-year-old wo­man.

“It would ap­pear that way,” said the po­lice wit­ness.

De Je­sus’s de­fence lawyer, Matt Byrne, said she had no pre­vi­ous con­vic­tions of any kind and she wanted to go home to Brazil.

Ask­ing that a jail HELP­ING SICK SON: De Je­sus sen­tence not be im­posed, he added de Je­sus was “ex­tremely em­bar­rassed” and was not a per­son of fi­nan­cial means.

When asked by Judge Zaidan if her son knew what she was do­ing in Ire­land, Mr Byrne said the he did not and she was only do­ing it to save him.

Po­lice said that they did not be­lieve any­one had been forced to work in the brothel af­ter the judge ex­pressed fears that peo­ple could be open to abuse by peo­ple run­ning broth­els.

De Je­sus, who wept dur­ing the hear­ing and had the as­sis­tance of a Por­tuguese in­ter­preter for the pro­ceed­ings, pleaded guilty to al­low­ing the house to be used as a brothel.

Giv­ing de Je­sus pro­ba­tion, Judge Zaidan or­dered that the money found at the brothel go to the State and sug­gested it could be given to an or­gan­i­sa­tion that helps women in­volved in the sex trade.

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