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Topic: Keiths Cop Cousin (The Sun) Return to archive
08-29-02 01:20 PM
Honky Tonk Man Keith's ban on cousin

HELL-RAISING rocker Keith Richards has barred his cousin from Rolling Stones parties — because she’s a policewoman.

The 58-year-old star’s family and pals are usually invited to celebrate with him and the rest of the band after a gig. But since Alison Harvey joined London’s Met force she has been politely asked not to turn up. Keith fears her presence may make party-goers uncomfortable.

A pal of 25-year-old Alison said: “To avoid any awkwardness, it was thought it was best not to have Alison there. A well-behaved Rolling Stones party would be very strange.”

Reporter Alex

Keith, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts begin the North American leg of their Forty Licks world tour next week in Boston.

08-29-02 01:28 PM
jb Alex a/k/a HTM:
I hope you are O.K. given this is the 5th anniversary of Diana's death. May god give you and your countrymen the strength to carry on. I know how tuff it it is to lose someone of Diana's stature...we here in the States just went through a very difficult week on the 25th anniversary of Elvis' death. Peace be with you and God save the Queen!
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08-29-02 04:02 PM
Saint Sway Keef's bannin the fuzz

nice.
08-29-02 08:56 PM
Scot Rocks
quote:
jb wrote:
Alex a/k/a HTM:
I hope you are O.K. given this is the 5th anniversary of Diana's death. May god give you and your countrymen the strength to carry on. I know how tuff it it is to lose someone of Diana's stature...we here in the States just went through a very difficult week on the 25th anniversary of Elvis' death. Peace be with you and God save the Queen!
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Diana...who cares, the biggest embarresment this country ever had was when there was all the hysteria over her being killed, I couldn't care less to be honest. Around the same time Mother Theresa in India died and well there was hardly any coverage because everyone was too busy talking about "saint" Diana...pathetic.


Mark
08-30-02 12:20 AM
Soul Survivor
quote:
Scot Rocks wrote:


Diana...who cares, the biggest embarresment this country ever had was when there was all the hysteria over her being killed, I couldn't care less to be honest. Around the same time Mother Theresa in India died and well there was hardly any coverage because everyone was too busy talking about "saint" Diana...pathetic.


Mark



And then didnt Keith get pissed at Elton when he remade "Candle In The Wind"?
08-30-02 02:55 PM
jb I was simply trying to let you know that some of us feel your lose....while you may not be a supporter of the royal family, this beautiful young lady surely deserved a better fate...she was, after all, England's Rose....RIP Diana...
08-30-02 03:15 PM
Happy Motherfucker!! How does she deserve a better fate then any of us? When it's time to go, it's time to go. Money, The Royal Family, Being the President or a beloved Rock Star. It don't matter to the man up above. When the chips are down you gotta cash in.
08-30-02 03:18 PM
jb I agree with you. ...every life is precious...it's just that I remember watching the funeral, and the only thing I can compare the sadness to, are the pictures of JFK's funeral...it seemed like a collective sadness shared by a nation...if not for an individual, than perhaps for the tragedy of any young person dying so violently and needlessly.
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[Edited by jb]
08-30-02 05:28 PM
Scot Rocks It was the way she was treated like a saint jb and a national hero, when in fact she had lived a life of luxury and privilege and not being the perfect person at all as what she was said to be. I wasn't happy seeing her die, but it was the reaction, people crying, throwing flowers lining the streets, the news coverage...and who was she really???? what did she do that was so great, It just showed everyone how pathetic we were as a nation.


Mark
08-30-02 05:40 PM
lotsajizz Royalty sucks. And am American, of all, should realize that Josh.


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