HOOKER PUFF PIECE

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 People magazine features a profile piece this week on famed hooker, Ashley Alexandra Dupre. It’s complete swill.

I haven’t seen such an unholy piece of puff journalism since People ran an obituary of Oprah’s dog entitled, “Oprah Winfrey’s Beloved Golden Retriever Dies.”

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Despite writing about a PROSTITUTE, People manages to come up with the following testimonials about Dupre:

“Ashley was a good girl.”

“She was a sweetheart, everyone loved her.”

“She had a good heart.”

“She was a normal cool girl.”

“I would put her better than a lot of girls.”

“She was a beautiful girl.”

“She got along with everybody.”

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 I seriously doubt that Mother Theresa got press this good.

People blames her parents divorce and the arrest of her drug dealer brother for Dupre’s descent into whoredom,

“…she wanted her real family. She wanted her real father and her mother together and her brother back in the house. She wanted everybody under the same roof.”

Well, that and the jealousy of her peers,

“She was the hottest girl in town when she was here and all the other girls gave her hell,” People quotes a former boyfriend as saying. “They were jealous. The girls wouldn’t hang out with her. It was ridiculous. The girls here were really mean to her.”
 

So, because of People magazine we now know the truth. Thanks to mean girls and missing daddy, Ashley Youmans was transformed from this sweet little girl:

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Into Ashley Alexandra Dupre, this drunken/whore party girl:

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Thank you People magazine for such an enlightening piece of investigative journalism!

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