Famed bikini model Simone Farrow (aka Simone Starr) has been arrested and charged with running a global drug ring. She’d been on the run, branded an international fugitive, for the last month.
Farrow, who did numerous ads for the Ed Hardy line, was voted one of FHM magazine’s “sexiest women in the world” and was a Penthouse Pet. She was found hiding out in a cheap motel on Australia’s Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Police allege she set up a fake company, and made shipments of drugs — hiding them inside bath products — back to her native Australia using FedEx and the postal service.
As you already know, Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Simcoe is now infamous for their “sexting” scandal. While students have been passing lewd and nude photos around with each other, the even scarier thing is the reaction from parents, who have been blaming the media for talking about this, and the people who have been googling for this story.
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By the way, people who dropped by Generation Zel! Radio, thank you! Today has been one of the busiest days in the site’s recent history. But the search terms some people have been using scare me. Some terms have people looking for the unblurred photos, while others seem to be looking for videos as well (What?)…. which leads me to believe only one thing. Chris Hansen needs to come to Simcoe and set up a swat at Holy Trinity. We’ll call it “To Catch A Predator: Norfolk Edition” and we’ll round up all the pedos that have been searching for nude photos. I have provided a graphic already.
So someone get in contact with NBC, will ya? By the way, Norfolk OPP have said there will be no charges, but rest assured, if you are an adult passing out these photos, they will charge you.
They play in next to nothing for the Lingerie Football League. Now, they wear even less, as they strip down to help PETA in their newest anti-fur campaign, aimed at making sure people don’t buy furs for Christmas.
Image removed because someone at Google complained about nudity that is not even in the picture, May 31, 2013.
Here’s another photo with the players in their skimpy uniforms with the headline Tackle Cruelty: Bench Fur.
PETA Campaigner Emily Lavender said: “Wearing fur is a personal foul.
“With so many stylish, warm, and durable fabrics available today, there’s no excuse for wearing anyone’s skin.”
On its website, PETA actually gives fashion tips with its cruelty-free clothing guide.
Sorry about the two week lag on the babe of the day. For whatever reason, the posts were not showing up. They are back now though, and as a preview… here are today’s, and last Wednesday’s… happy babe-ing!