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

X Factor suffers a final humiliation: 1.3million viewers desert climax of ITV talent show

X Factor suffers a final humiliation: 1.3million viewers desert climax of ITV talent showSaturday night's X factor show attracted just 9.3million viewers – the lowest for a final since 2005The low figure was despite appearances from Kylie Minogue and Rita Ora | UPDATED: 01:13 GMT, 10 December 2012 It was once the most watched show on television.

A flying carpet and a giant gingerbread house: London"s department stores show off their sparkling Christmas window displays

A flying carpet and a giant gingerbread house: London's department stores show off their sparkling Christmas window displays | UPDATED: 20:33 GMT, 2 December 2012 When it comes to festive glitz and glamour, the sky's the limit for the window displays of London's department stores, which this year feature flying carpets and fairy tale castles. Ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, stores including Harrods and Selfridges have splashed out on a range of wildly creative and original window fronts to encourage shoppers through their doors. Last month, Harrods kicked off the gift-buying period with a stunning firework show and the launch of 10 Disney-themed shop windows, each with sparkling faux-hedges and two twinkling 30ft Christmas trees.