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PostSubject: Was cleared Coronation Street star part of some Satanic network?   Fri Mar 18, 2016 1:09 am



Just reading this old article.......the witness apparently was discredited because she mentioned Satanism and 'the devil' but for me that lends her story more credence because child sexual abuse, especially of extremely young children, is often linked to Satanism. Perhaps we'll have to wait for Le Vell to snuff it before we get the truth. High profile child abusers are usually protected during their lifetimes.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/5131560/mum-who-accused-michael-le-vell-of-child-rape-is-obsessed-wtih-Satan.html


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Le Vell’s devil woman
Amazing truth behind Corrie
star's Satan-obsessed accuser

By RICHARD MORIARTY, ANDREW CHAMBERLAIN and LAUREN VEEVERS
00:00, 12 Sep 2013

THE mum who got Michael Le Vell charged with raping her six-year-old is obsessed with Satan.

Friends revealed her fixation with the paranormal and the Devil yesterday amid uproar at the cleared Corrie star, 48, being put on trial.

They branded her a “self-centred attention-seeker” prone to over-dramatising events — even blaming a "higher power" for an electrical fault on a gate.

Michael Le Vell
Smiles ... Corrie star was found not guilty

Amid a growing backlash over the ITV1 star being put on trial only for a jury to reject her daughter’s claims, one pal said: “There were a lot of episodes around her obsession with the paranormal and the Devil.”

Others described her as an “over friendly” and “slightly batty drama queen” who repeatedly moaned about her house being haunted.

The Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer yesterday defended putting the actor on trial.

But last night a legal source amazed that the trial against Le Vell went ahead said: “Not only was this case seriously lacking in evidence, alarm bells should have rung about the girl’s claims because of the bizarre beliefs of her family.

“It just seems to add more questions to the list about why this case ever came to court.

“Luckily it took the jury just five hours to clear Michael.”

Yesterday acquitted Le Vell, 48 — who The Sun revealed was driven to the brink of suicide — was recovering from his court hell at home in Hale, Greater Manchester. The dad of two was arrested and quizzed in September 2011 over allegations by the girl that his abuse of her continued until she was 14.

Three months after his arrest — exclusively re-vealed in The Sun — he was told he faced no further action.

But the girl’s mother crusaded for a rethink by the Crown Prosecution Service.

It led to his seven-day trial at Manchester Crown Court where the star known to millions as TV garage boss Kevin Webster was accused of 12 sex crimes against the youngster. Before the jury cleared him on every count, Le Vell was forced to open up about intimate details of his private life.

They included being an alcoholic who cheated on his actress wife Janette Beverley, 45 — whom he walked out on as she battled breast cancer.

The Sun revealed his chronic boozing got worse before the trial — where his barrister begged the jury not to “cast him to the outer darkness as a child rapist”.

Le Vell arrest Sun report
Arrest ... Sun report in 2011

He said his client was “fighting for his life”.

Le Vell’s accuser — who along with her mother cannot be identified — had claimed on one occasion he raped her as she clutched a teddy bear. She also said that as he abused her he explained he was “letting out the evil”.

Yesterday friends of the mum spoke out about her eccentric behaviour.

One who described it as “usually harmless battiness” insisted: “She’s a lovely person — but on occasions she can be quite manic.”

The pal went on: “She’s capable of being a bit of an attention seeker, a bit self-centred.

“Everything is about her and everything is over-dramatised.” Another — a woman — said: “I don’t know if she’s particularly religious but she made no secret of her fears of evil and as a result she’s considered a bit unusual.”

The chum described her as “very friendly, almost over-friendly at times”.

She said of the woman’s reaction to the electric gate not working: “She would never accept it was just a power cut.

“It was the fact the house was haunted.”

A fellow pal said: “She’s very chatty and bubbly. She can be very nice but she is not your usual suburban resident. She fervently believed in haunted houses — and was really worried that hers was possessed.”

During the trial of Le Vell — a Coronation Street veteran of 30 years — the court heard the mother confess she counted mediums among her friends.

The jury was also told the actor — who always insisted the daughter’s allegations were a “pack of lies” — sent a string of text messages to the mum.

He pleaded with her in one: “Make sure she knows the magnitude of her lies and the consequences. It is not some little schoolyard story.

“Make sure she knows it is a life-changing thing.

“It will cost me my job. Just make sure she knows what her lies are going to do.”

Hero in his own street

Michael Le Vell
Celebration ... Corrie star Michael Le Vell after not guilty verdict

By DAN HOWLETT

MICHAEL Le Vell gives his neighbours the thumbs up yesterday morning after they gave him a hero’s welcome.

The smiling star was greeted with shouts of “well done” as he walked down his close-knit street and told well-wishers he felt “great”.

He had earlier emerged from his house in Hale, Gtr Manchester, in a dressing gown looking a little worse for wear after a night celebrating his not guilty verdicts.

Ex-Corrie co-star Kevin Kennedy, 52, who played Curly Watts, wasn’t surprised by the outcome, but added: “It shouldn’t have got to this in the first place.”

Bruce Jones, 60, Corrie’s Les Battersby, added: “I’m over the moon. I told him a month ago, ‘You’ll be cleared’.”

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