She makes her living by…

This former network reality star with a lot of vowels in her name has not had a hit in forever. She makes her living by sleeping with her foreign born old boss so to speak.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

This former network reality star with a lot of vowels in her name has not had a hit in forever.

She makes her living by sleeping with her foreign born old boss so to speak.

Sinitta

Simon Cowell

Sinitta reveals she was sexually assaulted by SIX men in music industry – including one of her childhood heroes

Pop star Sinitta today opens up about being sexually assaulted by six men in the music industry, including a singer she had admired since she was a child.

The So Macho singer, 54, said that one attacker was an influential figure who tried to force her to perform a sex act.

And the latest assault was just two years ago, when a millionaire tried to force his tongue down her throat.

In a brave interview, Sinitta said she confided in close friend Simon Cowell, who later confronted two of them.

But she claims others in the industry saw her as “public enemy number one” for “snitching” on them, and she was too afraid to go public.

Now, after years of silence, the star has found the strength to speak out after the MeToo anti-harassment campaign, and in the wake of assault claims against movie boss Harvey Weinstein.

Pop star Sinitta today opens up about being sexually assaulted by six men in the music industry, including a singer she had admired since she was a child.

The So Macho singer, 54, said that one attacker was an influential figure who tried to force her to perform a sex act.

And the latest assault was just two years ago, when a millionaire tried to force his tongue down her throat.

In a brave interview, Sinitta said she confided in close friend Simon Cowell, who later confronted two of them.

But she claims others in the industry saw her as “public enemy number one” for “snitching” on them, and she was too afraid to go public.

Now, after years of silence, the star has found the strength to speak out after the MeToo anti-harassment campaign, and in the wake of assault claims against movie boss Harvey Weinstein.

Sinitta, who fears the music industry is just as toxic as Hollywood, said: “I was afraid to speak out as I didn’t want to end up in somebody’s car boot. These men are all powerful people.

“I’m talking now as I don’t want any more girls and women in the industry to have to go through what I did.”

Yesterday, Sinitta told our sister paper the Sunday Mirror how she fought off a sex attacker at Cowell’s French Riviera mansion.

The music mogul, who backs Sinitta’s decision to go public, later told the man to “keep his f***ing hands off” her.

And in an extract from her video book, Who Put The Sin In Sinitta, the singer blows the lid on another five times she was attacked – each by a different man.

One involved a senior music industry figure trying to force her to perform a sex act during a meeting at her home in London in the 1990s. – Source