Sophie Dalzell: Soft porn model, 19, let off wearing ankle tag for criminal damage conviction "because it would interfere with her TV work"

Soft porn model, 19, let off wearing ankle tag for criminal damage conviction 'because it would interfere with her TV work'Sophie Dalzell claimed bracelet would interfere with work as TV chat girlShe changed plea after hearing court date would clash with photo shootMs Dalzell dodged community service following criminal damage conviction and has also been let off from wearing the tag By Jaya Narain PUBLISHED: 09:11 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 04:07 GMT, 13 April 2013 Sophie Dalzell, 19, refused to wear an ankle tag as she claimed it would interfere with her work as a soft porn model An adult TV star convicted of vandalism was let off from wearing an electronic tag on her ankle – because it would ruin her on-screen work. Sophie Dalzell, 19, was placed on a curfew and ordered to wear a tag for eight weeks after failing to carry out community service

Prince Andrew"s ex Koo Stark denies stealing a 40,000 painting from an ex partner

Prince Andrew's ex Koo Stark appears in court and denies stealing painting worth 40,000 from former partner Appeared at Isleworth Crown Court under real name Kathleen StarkShe denied stealing the painting from former partner Warren WalkerMiss Stark dated Prince Andrew in 1980s before starring in soft porn filmAlleges that she was injured by police during arrest | UPDATED: 16:45 GMT, 21 December 2012 Denial: Prince Andrew's ex Koo Stark appeared at Isleworth Crown Court today and denied stealing a 40,000 painting from an ex-partner's house The Duke of York’s ex-girlfriend Koo Stark today denied stealing a painting worth 40,000 from a former partner. The 56-year-old, appearing under her real name Kathleen Stark, is accused of snatching the artwork from the flat of her former partner Warren Walker.

Online porn: Charities hit out after ministers refuse to order an automatic block on internet filth

Online porn, the fight MUST go on: Furious charities hit out after ministers refuse to order an automatic block on internet filthPorn block has support of parents but ministers say no Child safety campaigners say Government has bowed to internet service providersCharities to continue the battle to protect vulnerable children | UPDATED: 07:39 GMT, 17 December 2012 Ministers were accused of putting the profits of internet giants ahead of the safety of children yesterday in the row over online porn. Child safety campaigners said the Coalition’s decision to veto an automatic block – despite clear evidence that parents support the idea – had left them ‘back at square one’. Rather than forcing users to ‘opt in’ for pornography, internet service providers will merely be asked to ‘actively encourage’ parents to switch on filters if children are likely to be using computers in the home