Over the past two years, this foreign born former A- list singer in his own country who was much lower here despite his name recognition has been responsible for the deaths of at least five women.
These women would all be alive if they had not met him.
He would meet them online or dating apps. He would get to know them and date them and sleep with them, which is scary enough when it comes to him.
He would tell them he wanted to move on to the next step with them, but to do that, they had to share in his lifestyle.
He wanted them to use heroin with him.
Most said no and he broke up with them then and there.
The ones who did stay are for the most part dead.
There are two women who used it with him once or twice and then got away as quickly as they could.
Our singer gets them hooked and makes them do more and more to earn their fixes.
When he gets bored, he gives them a little too much and they fade off to nothingness.
How does he get away with it all?
This is a guy who years ago sold himself to so many powerful men and knows all their secrets.
Their world of privilege would come crashing down.
So, the deaths are noted as accidental overdoses.
They just all seem to have happened with our singer presiding over them.
Pete Doherty jailed for six months
Musician sentenced after being filmed taking crack cocaine by a documentary maker the day before her death
The indie rock musician Pete Doherty was jailed for six months after being filmed taking crack cocaine by documentary-maker Robyn Whitehead the day before she died of heroin poisoning.
The Babyshambles singer, who was due to play a Glasgow gig on Friday was instead beginning his third prison term. A judge said that he had an “appalling record” of committing offences, having made 13 other court appearances. Doherty, 32, had pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine.
Describing the circumstances as “tragic”, Judge David Radford at Snaresbrook crown court said police became aware of the footage taken by Whitehead, 27, following her “sad death”.
The court heard details of Doherty’s lengthy list of previous convictions.
He was first arrested for possessing drugs in October 2005 and since then has repeatedly admitted possession of class A substances.
In 2008, he served 29 days of a 14-week sentence in Wormwood Scrubs prison after being arrested on drugs charges the previous year.
In 2003 he admitted burgling the home of former Libertines bandmate Carl Barat and was sentenced to six months in prison, later cut to two on appeal. – Source