Not awight - what really happened at Michael Barrymore's gaff.

Riiiiight. Just like all those women who "walk into doors" and deny being a victim of domestic abuse, the victims denial causes the crime to never have happened. Nothing to see, carry on

The lad says he wasn't raped but felt compelled to have sex unwillingly due to other influences. That certainly sounds a lot like sexual abuse.
He didn't say that so why make it up? if it was some tart who willingly fucked a bloke then regretted it would you be so defensive?
 

Serpico

War Hero
He didn't say that so why make it up? if it was some tart who willingly fucked a bloke then regretted it would you be so defensive?
Apologies, I was getting that quote mixed up with the other laddie who killed himself. Yes, I would "be so defensive" regardless of sex, can't really see what that has to do with the argument but it seems to be important to you. Tbh I suspect our positions are not all that different, I just don't feel the need to accuse potential sexual abuse victims of lying because I have some weird gender-war Daily Mail chip on my shoulder

See that lassie in Cyprus recently? She has every right to have a 4's up on holiday then regret it the next day. She doesn't then have the right to accuse them of rape/assault.

See the laddie who killed himself? Maybe he did regret what he had done, then realised that he had actually been taken advantage of (much like our Cyprus shagger). But naturally he would also have no right to make false criminal claims for these reasons.

Admittedly we do not have the full facts of these cases, but when one ends in a quickly disproved rape claim and the other in the "victims" suicide, I'd suggest that there may be some foundation in my getting defensive at one case and not the other - sex, gender and sexuality be damned.
 
Apologies, I was getting that quote mixed up with the other laddie who killed himself. Yes, I would "be so defensive" regardless of sex, can't really see what that has to do with the argument but it seems to be important to you. Tbh I suspect our positions are not all that different, I just don't feel the need to accuse potential sexual abuse victims of lying because I have some weird gender-war Daily Mail chip on my shoulder

See that lassie in Cyprus recently? She has every right to have a 4's up on holiday then regret it the next day. She doesn't then have the right to accuse them of rape/assault.

See the laddie who killed himself? Maybe he did regret what he had done, then realised that he had actually been taken advantage of (much like our Cyprus shagger). But naturally he would also have no right to make false criminal claims for these reasons.

Admittedly we do not have the full facts of these cases, but when one ends in a quickly disproved rape claim and the other in the "victims" suicide, I'd suggest that there may be some foundation in my getting defensive at one case and not the other - sex, gender and sexuality be damned.
He wasnt lying, he just didnt say he was raped. For some reason some people think means whoever bummed him should be interviewed by the old bill.

People top themselves all the time.
 

Fang_Farrier

LE
Kit Reviewer
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List of Barrymore's main TV appearances after 2001. Mainly interviews but a few as a contestant on reality TV shows

GMTV2002Himself - IntervieweeITVInterviewed by Fiona Phillips in Dubai.
The Salon2003HimselfE4
Celebrity Big Brother2006Himself - contestantChannel 4
Friday Night Project2006Guest PresenterChannel 4Guest Presenter of one episode in February 2006.
Big Brother's Little Brother2009Roving ReporterChannel 4Roving Reporter during the 2009 edition of Celebrity Big Brother.
The House That Made Me2010Himself - GuestChannel 4Guest appearance in one episode that dealt with Barrymore's childhood.
Celebrity Come Dine With Me2010HimselfChannel 4Appeared alongside Pat Sharp, Anthea Turner and Jenny Powell.
Celebrity Coach Trip2011ContestantChannel 4Appeared with former producer Maurice Leonard
The Saturday Night Show2013GuestRTÉ OneBarrymore was interviewed for at least 10 minutes, he discussed his fall from grace and the possibility of a new show called My Kind of Twits.
The Nolan Show2013GuestBBC NIBarrymore was interviewed for 30 minutes, he discussed his life story'.
This Morning2013Himself - GuestITVBarrymore was interviewed on 'Money Matters' explaining his rise to stardom and his fall and how it affected both his money and his life.
The Jeremy Kyle Show: The Celebrity Specials2014Himself - GuestITVBarrymore discussed the highs and lows of his life - with Jeremy Kyle.
Larry Grayson: Shut That Door!2018HimselfITV3
Piers Morgan's Life Stories2019Himself - GuestITV
 
In the 90s, at a Punk festival in Brixton, in between songs, on Peter Test Tube Babies set, Peter remarked that "There's no ashtrays in Barrymore's house, cos you can put your fag out in the pool."
 
I'll just leave this clip here


 

Grownup_Rafbrat

LE
Book Reviewer
When asked to quantify "the size of an orange", the coroner responded, "Well, larger than a lemon but smaller than a grapefruit.".

Definitely grounds for a peel.
Stop taking the pith. It's enough to give us the pip.
 

Londo

LE
I'll just leave this clip here


First time I ever saw the **** on TV ( I rarely watch it ) I walked into the living room and the wife was watching some game show with him hosting it , I had never seen or heard of him before . I asked who the nasty clown was , she told me and I thought .....How can someone this shit be on TV ? So I guess I never liked him .
 
But that was back in the 80's.

The beeb were still tolerating Davidson and his Chalky jokes
70's. We got locked down, and we were bloody miles from the taxiing twat.
 

Sentinel

Old-Salt
Anyone else see the Michael Barrymore documentary on channel 4 last night? Watching it is quite clear he knows what went on the night Stuart Lubbock died and both him and the other attendees of that party all clearly know what happened as well but are refusing to say. I have to say I'm glad he's never been able to make a career comeback, I could never stand the bloke anyway.
 
Watched that documentary last night, it's pretty obvious (and always has been) that Barrymore and the other guests at that party know full well what happened to Stuart and have collectively kept tight lipped over it. Barrymore has always been more bothered about maintaining his TV career and fame than letting that poor lads dad have some peace and know what happened to his son. Hopefully that £40,000 reward for information they've put up suddenly jogs some memories....
 
Anyone else see the Michael Barrymore documentary on channel 4 last night? Watching it is quite clear he knows what went on the night Stuart Lubbock died and both him and the other attendees of that party all clearly know what happened as well but are refusing to say. I have to say I'm glad he's never been able to make a career comeback, I could never stand the bloke anyway.

Before the swimming pool fiasco,-death-murder-bumming, he appeared at the Mander centre shopping mall in Wolverhampton, filming for his TV show, I was standing looking down from the upper floor walkway, a few people started to heckle, immediately the security people moved in and escorted them out, looking around, there were more security than would normally be at such an event, and Barrymore became very un easy with the situation,. He came across as condescending, and somewhat cheesy.
 

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