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Psychic Sally caught on her OWN video removing 'hidden earpiece'

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posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 01:17 PM

Originally posted by Arbitrageur
She does live stage performances, which are separate from her TV shows, and where she was busted was in her live stage performances.

It is so funny how some people will try and defend a fraud when they have been found out. The same thing happens with all psychics, even Uri Geller has been found out but some people still believe he is actually psychic.

posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 10:25 AM
Here's the latest on the story.
I wonder where this will go now.....

TV psychic Sally Morgan sues Daily Mail for defamation
26 January 2012

By Sarah Limbrick

TV psychic Sally Morgan is demanding damages of £150,000 from Associated Newspapers over a Daily Mail story accusing her of scamming a vulnerable audience.

The article, published on 22 September, was headlined: “What a load of crystal balls!”

It alleged Morgan pretended to have psychic powers when she was in fact simply repeating instructions from members of her team via a microphone and hidden earpiece, according to a writ lodge at the High Court.

Morgan, who was Princess Diana’s former psychic, claims the story caused substantial damage to her reputation, as well as hurt, distress and embarrassment.

The story was widely reported in the national press at the time but Associated Newspapers is the only publisher named on the writ. The story in question was an opinion piece by the magician and former psychic Paul Zenon.

The Daily Mail published another article on the same day – headlined “Only the lonely believe in ghoulish psychics” – which repeated the substance of the allegations, according to a High Court writ.

Morgan, who is also suing over an online version of the story, claims the paper has failed to provide a full and unequivocal apology or admit the article was defamatory.

She is asking for an injunction banning repetition of the allegations about her.

She is also seeking aggravated damages, citing the serious and offensive nature of the allegations which effectively accused her of perpetrating a deliberate fraud on the public, which struck at the heart of her professional and personal reputation, integrity and honesty - the writ states.

In her High Court writ Morgan describes herself as a professional psychic and claims to have privately helped numerous people overcome traumatic or emotional situations.

Morgan is represented by Graham Atkins of Atkins Thomson.

posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 11:54 AM
How disapointing...I really liked that woman aswell

posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 02:58 PM
Anyone who has ever lectured in a big venire knows the importance of ear pieces.

Sally may be a fraud, but not because of the ear piece.

posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 03:05 PM
so the lady had ear buds what... maybe they were ear plugs? maybe shes hard of hearing. maybe she has sensitive ear drums, maybe in that particular shot she wasn't coming directly from the stage. Maybe they are headphones so people can talk to her from back stage, So what? Does she not need to be informed of show times and reminded of topics?

You people are crazy

posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 03:25 PM
The whole point for all you peeps who have been slagging of this woman as a fake, is that obviously because she is now suing the newspaper, it suggests she has a legal case to fight.
Which may or not, mean that she has a case to defend that she is not a fraud.
To be fair the claims were always dodgy from the point of view that the so called witnesses of the voices which might have been prompting her, were anonymous.
I've seen my share of phony psychics but I'm still not sure if Sally's one of them.

posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 03:28 PM
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posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 07:58 PM

Originally posted by wotsup
The whole point for all you peeps who have been slagging of this woman as a fake, is that obviously because she is now suing the newspaper, it suggests she has a legal case to fight.

No, it suggests she knows she has been caught out as a fraud and if she does nothing she knows she will lose money - the whole reason she is a fraud in the first place!

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