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Transgender Brighton pensioner jailed for massive fraud

The Argus: JAILED: Frances Harris JAILED: Frances Harris

A transgender pensioner has been jailed for five years after being convicted of fraudulently tricking people out of hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Bald Frances Harris, previously known as Frederick, promised people financial rewards for investing life savings and pensions - but pocketed the cash.

He falsely claimed an unnamed company was backed by millionaires including racing breeder and Sunday Times Rich List member David Thompson.

The 74-year-old also sold fake shares in a company which did not exist called The Golden Age Project he claimed was based in Spain.

The partially-deaf 74-year-old from Dudeney Lodge, Hollingdean, Brighton, also claimed £27,000 in illegal benefits by using his dead sister Pamela's passport to make fraudulent claims.

Pamela died in a car crash in the 1960s.

At least 25 people lost their life-savings and pensions after falling for Harris's lies. In total he gained about £130,000, although his 'colleagues' made more.

Harris was working alongside husband and wife couple Rosemary Nye, 50, of Butlers Green Road, Haywards Heath, and Graham Lewis, 50, of Firlands, Haywards Heath.

They used their illegal gains - Nye £318,000 and Lewis £386,000 - to go on honeymoon in Dubai, go on holiday in Spain and give Nye's children driving lessons, Lewes Crown Court was told yesterday (WED).

Harris was sentenced for seven dishonesty counts, Nye for seven dishonesty counts and Lewis for 12 dishonesty counts.

At court yesterday mother-of-two Nye was spared jail and given a two-year prison sentence, suspended for two years. She was also ordered to carry out 80 hours unpaid work and take part in a probation programme.

Lewis was jailed for four-and-a-half years.

Full details of the case are only able to be revealed now after a banning order was lifted by the court.

Defending Harris, Nicholas Fooks (COR) said Harris, who has been undergoing gender reassignment treatment to change from a man to a woman had lost one of his three daughters and also had cancer, which had affected his life.

“He cannot complete the physical change from a man into a woman,” Mr Fooks said.

“Prison was pretty difficult. Harris was classed as a vulnerable patient.

“The prison is trying its best to protect him but it's impossible to protect him 24 hours a day.”

Sentencing the trio, Judge Shani (COR) Barnes said they had a “disregard” for who they deceived.

She added: “Frances Harris you were the head of this.

“It was a sophisticated and long-term fraud.”

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5:03pm Wed 9 Oct 13

qm says...

"Harris, who has not had his genitals removed, was working alongside . . . . . etc. etc "

There are 100 un-named people in the above article who would probably be happy to oblige . . . . .
"Harris, who has not had his genitals removed, was working alongside . . . . . etc. etc " There are 100 un-named people in the above article who would probably be happy to oblige . . . . . qm
  • Score: 2

5:05pm Wed 9 Oct 13

Baz from sussex says...

GOOD I KNOW A FEW MORE! BUT THE DWP WILL DO NOTHING ABOUT THEM EVEN IF YOU REPORT THEM.
GOOD I KNOW A FEW MORE! BUT THE DWP WILL DO NOTHING ABOUT THEM EVEN IF YOU REPORT THEM. Baz from sussex
  • Score: -4

5:34pm Wed 9 Oct 13

lindaf says...

What has his sexuality or the fact that he is bald got to do with this news story?
What has his sexuality or the fact that he is bald got to do with this news story? lindaf
  • Score: 34

7:51pm Wed 9 Oct 13

Brighton Living says...

Brighton Living wrote:
What a **** or should that me ****! ;)
be!
[quote][p][bold]Brighton Living[/bold] wrote: What a **** or should that me ****! ;)[/p][/quote]be! Brighton Living
  • Score: 1

8:13pm Wed 9 Oct 13

btnman says...

Hasn't he been charged many times before. Didn't he get out early last time as he was apparently hassled because of his gender change.
Hasn't he been charged many times before. Didn't he get out early last time as he was apparently hassled because of his gender change. btnman
  • Score: 7

10:24pm Wed 9 Oct 13

Somedude12345 says...

Dude looks like a... Dude?
Dude looks like a... Dude? Somedude12345
  • Score: 0

11:47pm Wed 9 Oct 13

Andy R says...

By the way...this person is transgender.

Just thought I'd point that out in case the article didn't make it clear.......


Doh!
By the way...this person is transgender. Just thought I'd point that out in case the article didn't make it clear....... Doh! Andy R
  • Score: 1

12:06am Thu 10 Oct 13

Maxwell's Ghost says...

Part of his sob story was that he had lost one of his daughters. He clearly didn't cry when pretending to be his dead sister.
Part of his sob story was that he had lost one of his daughters. He clearly didn't cry when pretending to be his dead sister. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 9

8:35am Thu 10 Oct 13

KarenT says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
Part of his sob story was that he had lost one of his daughters. He clearly didn't cry when pretending to be his dead sister.
Great story. He could be a contestant on X-factor. "I lost one of my daughters, and then I had cancer, and then I couldn't get an op to cut off my peeny, then my sister died and I had to pretend I was her in order to get her benefits..." (sobs)

"You've got four yes's, you're in!" (sobs)
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: Part of his sob story was that he had lost one of his daughters. He clearly didn't cry when pretending to be his dead sister.[/p][/quote]Great story. He could be a contestant on X-factor. "I lost one of my daughters, and then I had cancer, and then I couldn't get an op to cut off my peeny, then my sister died and I had to pretend I was her in order to get her benefits..." (sobs) "You've got four yes's, you're in!" (sobs) KarenT
  • Score: 8

10:19am Thu 10 Oct 13

Scorpio50 says...

Baz from sussex wrote:
GOOD I KNOW A FEW MORE! BUT THE DWP WILL DO NOTHING ABOUT THEM EVEN IF YOU REPORT THEM.
No, you're quite right but they are more then happy to chase a deceased persons money in case they've 'over paid' them. I loathe the DWP!
[quote][p][bold]Baz from sussex[/bold] wrote: GOOD I KNOW A FEW MORE! BUT THE DWP WILL DO NOTHING ABOUT THEM EVEN IF YOU REPORT THEM.[/p][/quote]No, you're quite right but they are more then happy to chase a deceased persons money in case they've 'over paid' them. I loathe the DWP! Scorpio50
  • Score: 5

1:55pm Thu 10 Oct 13

Jimmy Stewart's Imaginary Rabbit says...

I love the stressing of 'transgender'! (And by 'love' I mean I think it has zero relevance to the story). Maybe we can go back to quoting a woman's 'vital statistics' as well? "Curvey Frances, 36-24-36 and wearing a stunning pink chiffon evening gown by Dior, was convicted of fraud today."
I love the stressing of 'transgender'! (And by 'love' I mean I think it has zero relevance to the story). Maybe we can go back to quoting a woman's 'vital statistics' as well? "Curvey Frances, 36-24-36 and wearing a stunning pink chiffon evening gown by Dior, was convicted of fraud today." Jimmy Stewart's Imaginary Rabbit
  • Score: 12

5:31pm Thu 10 Oct 13

Rainbow Voice says...

"Harris was sentenced for seven dishonesty counts, Nye for seven dishonesty counts and Lewis for 12 dishonesty counts. "

So why don't you also publish photos of Nye and Lewis?

Oh, I know, because this is a transphobic article that is more interested in the gender re-assignement information than the actual crimes.

Most transgender people are loving, caring, and law abiding. Everytime an article focuses on the trans status of a criminal, it undermines the transgender community as a whole, when that community gets hardly any positive media focus. Shame on your for the way you presented this article.
"Harris was sentenced for seven dishonesty counts, Nye for seven dishonesty counts and Lewis for 12 dishonesty counts. " So why don't you also publish photos of Nye and Lewis? Oh, I know, because this is a transphobic article that is more interested in the gender re-assignement information than the actual crimes. Most transgender people are loving, caring, and law abiding. Everytime an article focuses on the trans status of a criminal, it undermines the transgender community as a whole, when that community gets hardly any positive media focus. Shame on your for the way you presented this article. Rainbow Voice
  • Score: 10

6:02pm Thu 10 Oct 13

mimseycal says...

Rainbow Voice wrote:
"Harris was sentenced for seven dishonesty counts, Nye for seven dishonesty counts and Lewis for 12 dishonesty counts. "

So why don't you also publish photos of Nye and Lewis?

Oh, I know, because this is a transphobic article that is more interested in the gender re-assignement information than the actual crimes.

Most transgender people are loving, caring, and law abiding. Everytime an article focuses on the trans status of a criminal, it undermines the transgender community as a whole, when that community gets hardly any positive media focus. Shame on your for the way you presented this article.
Not very different from stressing the immigration status, ethnic origin, religious persuasion, dietary habits, marital status or number of offspring of offenders where these facts have no bearing on the crime for which the offender was convicted.

It is sensationalism at its most contemptible.
[quote][p][bold]Rainbow Voice[/bold] wrote: "Harris was sentenced for seven dishonesty counts, Nye for seven dishonesty counts and Lewis for 12 dishonesty counts. " So why don't you also publish photos of Nye and Lewis? Oh, I know, because this is a transphobic article that is more interested in the gender re-assignement information than the actual crimes. Most transgender people are loving, caring, and law abiding. Everytime an article focuses on the trans status of a criminal, it undermines the transgender community as a whole, when that community gets hardly any positive media focus. Shame on your for the way you presented this article.[/p][/quote]Not very different from stressing the immigration status, ethnic origin, religious persuasion, dietary habits, marital status or number of offspring of offenders where these facts have no bearing on the crime for which the offender was convicted. It is sensationalism at its most contemptible. mimseycal
  • Score: 7

11:02pm Thu 10 Oct 13

KarenT says...

I don't think it is sensationalising. His attempts to undergo gender reassignment and the problems he had in this respect formed a part of his defence. I hate sensationalising and when journalists describe anyone as "black"' or "gay" or an "immigrant" when it doesn't play any part in the story, but sometimes these aspects DO play a part in those stories. For me personally just because this guy happens to be a transexual doesn't for one second make me think that all transsexuals are people not to be trusted, nor would I think that if the person happened to be gay or black or an immigrant! Sadly there will be some who will use it in that way, but then they're just idiots already beyond redemption anyway!
I don't think it is sensationalising. His attempts to undergo gender reassignment and the problems he had in this respect formed a part of his defence. I hate sensationalising and when journalists describe anyone as "black"' or "gay" or an "immigrant" when it doesn't play any part in the story, but sometimes these aspects DO play a part in those stories. For me personally just because this guy happens to be a transexual doesn't for one second make me think that all transsexuals are people not to be trusted, nor would I think that if the person happened to be gay or black or an immigrant! Sadly there will be some who will use it in that way, but then they're just idiots already beyond redemption anyway! KarenT
  • Score: -5

11:11pm Thu 10 Oct 13

mimseycal says...

If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery.

If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.
If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery. If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance. mimseycal
  • Score: 3

11:37pm Thu 10 Oct 13

KarenT says...

mimseycal wrote:
If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery.

If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.
Well I don't think anyone wants to know so badly that they're gonna read the court papers or go to the public gallery! But whenever there is an editorial relating to a criminal trial they usually tell you what the defence was don't they? People are usually interested to hear what the defence is, and it's often quite funny! "Yes I committed murder but I didn't know that it was illegal", etc....
[quote][p][bold]mimseycal[/bold] wrote: If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery. If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.[/p][/quote]Well I don't think anyone wants to know so badly that they're gonna read the court papers or go to the public gallery! But whenever there is an editorial relating to a criminal trial they usually tell you what the defence was don't they? People are usually interested to hear what the defence is, and it's often quite funny! "Yes I committed murder but I didn't know that it was illegal", etc.... KarenT
  • Score: -2

1:12am Fri 11 Oct 13

mimseycal says...

KarenT wrote:
mimseycal wrote:
If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery.

If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.
Well I don't think anyone wants to know so badly that they're gonna read the court papers or go to the public gallery! But whenever there is an editorial relating to a criminal trial they usually tell you what the defence was don't they? People are usually interested to hear what the defence is, and it's often quite funny! "Yes I committed murder but I didn't know that it was illegal", etc....
There is a world of difference between truly funny and extraneous sensationalism.
[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mimseycal[/bold] wrote: If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery. If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.[/p][/quote]Well I don't think anyone wants to know so badly that they're gonna read the court papers or go to the public gallery! But whenever there is an editorial relating to a criminal trial they usually tell you what the defence was don't they? People are usually interested to hear what the defence is, and it's often quite funny! "Yes I committed murder but I didn't know that it was illegal", etc....[/p][/quote]There is a world of difference between truly funny and extraneous sensationalism. mimseycal
  • Score: -1

8:47am Fri 11 Oct 13

gigglegiggle says...

The bottom line is that this SHIM!!! is a devious conning C**T and deserves everything it gets, What about all the lives that have been wrecked coz of this greedy theiving low life scum,
The bottom line is that this SHIM!!! is a devious conning C**T and deserves everything it gets, What about all the lives that have been wrecked coz of this greedy theiving low life scum, gigglegiggle
  • Score: -5

10:44am Fri 11 Oct 13

KarenT says...

mimseycal wrote:
KarenT wrote:
mimseycal wrote:
If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery.

If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.
Well I don't think anyone wants to know so badly that they're gonna read the court papers or go to the public gallery! But whenever there is an editorial relating to a criminal trial they usually tell you what the defence was don't they? People are usually interested to hear what the defence is, and it's often quite funny! "Yes I committed murder but I didn't know that it was illegal", etc....
There is a world of difference between truly funny and extraneous sensationalism.
Defences don't have to be funny in order to be of relevant interest to the reader though!
[quote][p][bold]mimseycal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mimseycal[/bold] wrote: If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery. If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.[/p][/quote]Well I don't think anyone wants to know so badly that they're gonna read the court papers or go to the public gallery! But whenever there is an editorial relating to a criminal trial they usually tell you what the defence was don't they? People are usually interested to hear what the defence is, and it's often quite funny! "Yes I committed murder but I didn't know that it was illegal", etc....[/p][/quote]There is a world of difference between truly funny and extraneous sensationalism.[/p][/quote]Defences don't have to be funny in order to be of relevant interest to the reader though! KarenT
  • Score: -2

11:27am Fri 11 Oct 13

mimseycal says...

KarenT wrote:
mimseycal wrote:
KarenT wrote:
mimseycal wrote:
If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery.

If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.
Well I don't think anyone wants to know so badly that they're gonna read the court papers or go to the public gallery! But whenever there is an editorial relating to a criminal trial they usually tell you what the defence was don't they? People are usually interested to hear what the defence is, and it's often quite funny! "Yes I committed murder but I didn't know that it was illegal", etc....
There is a world of difference between truly funny and extraneous sensationalism.
Defences don't have to be funny in order to be of relevant interest to the reader though!
If individuals are interested in the defence, let them go and sit in the court room. Anything else is pandering to lazy voyeurism and soliciting sensationalism at its most despicable.

The sole matter that is of relevance to those not immediately affected by a crime should be the fact that a crime has been uncovered and the relevant wrongdoers have been charged, found guilty and sentenced. Those immediately affected by the crime have access to the courts and those with a legitimate, as opposed to a vicarious, interest can do the same.
[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mimseycal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mimseycal[/bold] wrote: If people want to know what defence a suspect has presented to the court, they should read the court papers. Or better still sit in the public gallery. If you cannot make the effort to find out about a suspects' defence then all you need to know is that a nasty piece of works who preyed on the gullible got his come-uppance.[/p][/quote]Well I don't think anyone wants to know so badly that they're gonna read the court papers or go to the public gallery! But whenever there is an editorial relating to a criminal trial they usually tell you what the defence was don't they? People are usually interested to hear what the defence is, and it's often quite funny! "Yes I committed murder but I didn't know that it was illegal", etc....[/p][/quote]There is a world of difference between truly funny and extraneous sensationalism.[/p][/quote]Defences don't have to be funny in order to be of relevant interest to the reader though![/p][/quote]If individuals are interested in the defence, let them go and sit in the court room. Anything else is pandering to lazy voyeurism and soliciting sensationalism at its most despicable. The sole matter that is of relevance to those not immediately affected by a crime should be the fact that a crime has been uncovered and the relevant wrongdoers have been charged, found guilty and sentenced. Those immediately affected by the crime have access to the courts and those with a legitimate, as opposed to a vicarious, interest can do the same. mimseycal
  • Score: 1

12:55pm Fri 11 Oct 13

Lady_Muck says...

Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.
Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus. Lady_Muck
  • Score: 1

1:22pm Fri 11 Oct 13

mimseycal says...

Lady_Muck wrote:
Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.
Just to make the matter quite clear, the relevant section in the code states that:

12

Discrimination


i) The press must avoid prejudicial or pejorative reference to an individual's race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation or to any physical or mental illness or disability.

ii) Details of an individual's race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, physical or mental illness or disability must be avoided unless genuinely relevant to the story.
[quote][p][bold]Lady_Muck[/bold] wrote: Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.[/p][/quote]Just to make the matter quite clear, the relevant section in the code states that: 12 Discrimination i) The press must avoid prejudicial or pejorative reference to an individual's race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation or to any physical or mental illness or disability. ii) Details of an individual's race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, physical or mental illness or disability must be avoided unless genuinely relevant to the story. mimseycal
  • Score: 2

2:20pm Fri 11 Oct 13

Roundbill says...

Has she really named herself "Bald Frances Harris" after her gender reassignment? How odd.
Has she really named herself "Bald Frances Harris" after her gender reassignment? How odd. Roundbill
  • Score: -3

2:56pm Fri 11 Oct 13

gigglegiggle says...

Lady_Muck wrote:
Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.
stop your moaning that THING is SCUM!! enough said!!
[quote][p][bold]Lady_Muck[/bold] wrote: Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.[/p][/quote]stop your moaning that THING is SCUM!! enough said!! gigglegiggle
  • Score: -3

6:00pm Fri 11 Oct 13

Lady_Muck says...

gigglegiggle wrote:
Lady_Muck wrote:
Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.
stop your moaning that THING is SCUM!! enough said!!
Her crime aside, the way the Argus has reported this story has been nothing short of criminal. It has been proven that non prejudicial reporting of trans people leads to less hate crime against them.

That PERSON may be scum. Using the word "Thing" to refer to a person just lowers you to the criminals level and makes you look silly.
[quote][p][bold]gigglegiggle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lady_Muck[/bold] wrote: Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.[/p][/quote]stop your moaning that THING is SCUM!! enough said!![/p][/quote]Her crime aside, the way the Argus has reported this story has been nothing short of criminal. It has been proven that non prejudicial reporting of trans people leads to less hate crime against them. That PERSON may be scum. Using the word "Thing" to refer to a person just lowers you to the criminals level and makes you look silly. Lady_Muck
  • Score: 1

12:12pm Sat 12 Oct 13

wippasnapper says...

If a person regardless of his/her gender if found guilty of criminal offences they should spend time behind bars but lets be very clear hear its is also an offence to belittle a transgendered person regardless of there criminal convictions so some of you hear should be more careful what you put in print regardless of your personal feelings towards a transgendered person or sexuality.
If a person regardless of his/her gender if found guilty of criminal offences they should spend time behind bars but lets be very clear hear its is also an offence to belittle a transgendered person regardless of there criminal convictions so some of you hear should be more careful what you put in print regardless of your personal feelings towards a transgendered person or sexuality. wippasnapper
  • Score: 0

7:42am Mon 14 Oct 13

gigglegiggle says...

Lady_Muck wrote:
gigglegiggle wrote:
Lady_Muck wrote: Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.
stop your moaning that THING is SCUM!! enough said!!
Her crime aside, the way the Argus has reported this story has been nothing short of criminal. It has been proven that non prejudicial reporting of trans people leads to less hate crime against them. That PERSON may be scum. Using the word "Thing" to refer to a person just lowers you to the criminals level and makes you look silly.
Someone giving their opinion doesnot make them look silly, That THING deserves all it gets in jail, That THING has ruined many peoples lives, That THING should rot in jail!!!
[quote][p][bold]Lady_Muck[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gigglegiggle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lady_Muck[/bold] wrote: Her being transgender has absolutely nothing to do with the crime or the story reported here. It is in clear breach of section 12 of the PCC Editors Code of Conduct. Shame on you (yet again) Argus.[/p][/quote]stop your moaning that THING is SCUM!! enough said!![/p][/quote]Her crime aside, the way the Argus has reported this story has been nothing short of criminal. It has been proven that non prejudicial reporting of trans people leads to less hate crime against them. That PERSON may be scum. Using the word "Thing" to refer to a person just lowers you to the criminals level and makes you look silly.[/p][/quote]Someone giving their opinion doesnot make them look silly, That THING deserves all it gets in jail, That THING has ruined many peoples lives, That THING should rot in jail!!! gigglegiggle
  • Score: 2

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