Nude pictures of pauline hanson
Nude pictures claiming to be of politician Pauline Hanson have surfaced on the internet. The One Nation co-founder, who is campaigning in the Queensland election, has not returned the ABC's calls and her spokeswoman has declined to comment. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn, and work. News Home. The photographs allegedly show a younger Ms Hanson in various stages of undress.
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Mystery surrounds a set of nude pictures allegedly taken 30 years ago of the Australian far-right politician Pauline Hanson. The photographs, published across Australian media at the weekend, purport to show the former One Nation leader partially naked and in skimpy lingerie. But Ms Hanson says the photographs are not her, and has threatened to bare her belly button to prove it. The former army commando also said that he could not remember the surname of the girl he photographed after a drunken night out in Queensland in th s. Subscription Notification. We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details. Please update your billing details here.
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Ms Hanson yesterday forcefully denied that raunchy photos splashed across News Ltd papers on Sunday were of her, as News Ltd and Jack Johnson - who supplied the pictures - stood by their stories. In the UK, The Times of London reported that "mystery surrounds a set of nude pictures allegedly taken 30 years ago of the Australian far-right politician Pauline Hanson". The paper described Hanson's denials as "increasingly indignant", and interpreted Mr Johnson's rhetorical question last night on Today Tonight - "but what if I'm wrong?
The editor of a Sunday newspaper that published nude photographs purporting to be of Pauline Hanson said he knew the story "had holes in it" but ran it anyway. Sunday Telegraph editor Neil Breen today said there was "no doubt" the newspaper moved too quickly on the story, which made its front page last week. Ms Hanson denied the photos were of her and threatened to take legal action against the newspapers that ran them. Breen told Fairfax Radio the day after the photos were published that there was "absolutely no doubt" Ms Hanson was in the photos and that "if I published something like that and they were wrong then I'm in huge trouble". Your ad blocker may be preventing you from being able to log in or subscribe.