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Teens Trashed At Sarah Roscoe’s Devon Bash

by | 17th, March 2008

teenage-party.JPGMEET Sarah Roscoe whose 18th birthday party attracted 2,000 gatecrashers.

Sarah is the Mail’s front-page “party girl whose mansion home was trashed”.

We’ve been here before.

Inside and readers get to see hostess Sarah in her dominatrix outfit. Sarah, we learn, attends Torquay Grammar School.

The BBC reports that the party at Colehayes Park, Bovey Tracey, was stormed after details were put on the web and Pete Tong’s R1 show. The BBC said the name and address of the venue had not been specified. During the Radio 1 item Pete Tong stated: “We’re getting ready for a huge mansion party – 500-plus people going – it’s in Bovey.”

Meanwhile Mail readers are invited to clack their marmalade-coated tongues and stare at the awful image of a young woman dressed in a kinky outfit. And stare some more. And some more. If only the image had a perforated edge it would be easy to rip out and carry about in wallet to whip out and hammer home the point about Britain going to hell in a handcart. As it is Mail readers need make do with scissors and guile.

And eyes turn to Rebecca Brook, Sarah’s mother.

Mrs Brooks says even if addresses were not mentioned, big homes were identifiable in rural areas. She says: “I’m going to write a stiff letter to ask the BBC to review its policy. They have to be careful, particularly to rural communities.

“People only had to look for the mansion in Bovey Tracey. In this instance, they may has well have just given the exact address.”

In the Mail, Rebecca is pictured picking up bottles of vodka and alcopops from the lounge carpet and placing them in a black plastic bag. Shame heaped upon shame.

Rebecca appears again in the Star, this time carrying a bottle of cider. The lid is off. An inflatable rubber doll is to her right, either superimposed or else she is carrying it.

We are uncertain. And the impression is that Sarah’s party girl antics are in the genes.

In the Mirror, Sarah is sporting a broom. She looks ready for business.

Or for hire as a cleaner.

We suggest Mr Tong equips his shout outs with adverts for cleaning companies.

Addresses on application…



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