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Shame of porn star caught watching Parliament Channel

'It's just filth'Adult movie star Lustie Blowes is facing questions over her future as the industry’s leading hardcore actress after ‘mistakenly’ claiming the cost of her husband’s Sky TV subscription to the BBC Parliament channel on her pornography expenses.

The embarrassing mistake came to light after her husband, Nigel Blowes, admitted to watching three hours of political material, including Prime Minister’s Question Time, Andrew Neil’s Straight Talk and a special report on the Parliamentary Standards Commission. Porn producers say the matter has undermined the credibility of Mrs Blowes, who is said to be ‘mortified’ by the error.

‘Nigel is deeply ashamed that he watched this material and the sordid, grubby business of politics was allowed into our home. It was a momentary lapse in his judgement and he assures me that he usually only ever watches hardcore pornography like any normal married man.’

But the expenses claim was also said to include two viewings of the film ‘An Inconvenient Truth’, a single payment for a studio discussion entitled ‘Whither the Euro?’ and a History Channel special on the precarious Lib-Lab pact of the mid-1970s.

Under industry guidelines, adult-film actors can claim for extra allowances provided that they can prove they are ‘wholly, exclusively and necessarily required’ to perform their duties. Common expenses include the cost of lubrication, spare batteries and gym membership. Mrs Blowes said in a statement; ‘I’m sorry that in claiming for my porn expenses I mistakenly claimed for this shameful TV channel alongside it. As soon as the matter was brought to my attention, I went straight round to the offices of the Pornographic Standards Authority and rectified the situation. After fellating the guy who turned up to fix the photocopier, obviously.’

31 March 2009

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Posted: Mar 31st, 2009 by jp1885

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