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Christian Bale Clowns About With The Celebrity Police Force

by | 23rd, July 2008

HAS Britain run so low on celebrities that no sooner has American actor Christian Bale set foot in Blighty (here to promote his Batman film) than he has his hem (surely collar? – Ed) felt by our Celebrity Police Force (CPF)?

It turns out that Bale was born in the UK, a fact that attracts him to the Sun’s gaze. This is the tabloid that seemingly seeks to have every celeb in the UK arrested.

Says Bale’s legal aides: He “attended a police station to assist with an allegation made against him by his mother and sister. Mr Bale, who denies the allegation, co-operated throughout.”

Says mum Jenny, of Bournemouth: “There was a family situation but the police are handling it and I cannot say any more. We didn’t call the police to the scene.”

No police called, but rest assured that if a celeb is about, the CPS will attend. But what of the alleged crime?

Mum Jenny, 61 — a part-time clown — is said to have claimed she was pushed over during the row, which broke out in Bale’s suite when they returned after a meal at a restaurant.”

A clown? Might it be a misunderstanding, a jolly jape that was misconstrued by onlookers? Clowns are known to fall over, yer honour, and we commend the jury to the lady’s size 57 feet.

Says the Sun: “Bale had his photo, fingerprints and a DNA saliva sample taken.”
And no doubt his autograph…



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