Bridge recounts the experience of entering one of these dens posing as a foreign paedophile…‘They gave me a selection of girls to choose from, between the ages of 11 and 17. I told them I was interested in having six girls, two every night – 15 and 17, 11, 13 and then younger.Police were so concerned about him, however, that a letter was written to the Department for Education (Df E) the following year advising that he was kept away from children, the Times reported.Child protection professionals gave approval for Father Jeremy to remain at Ampleforth, however, and he did so until 2012, when the Df E told the school he should not be allowed on the grounds.A foreign journalist working with Philippine police and an American non-government organisation (NGO) has exposed more of the under-reported underworld of the Philippines’ underage sex industry.A Daily Mail UK report detailed the undercover investigative journalism of Peter Bridge (not his real name), a Belgian national.
Can you also talk about how this character must be more challenging for you, more so than Christian Grey?
The investigation focused on illegal brothels and cybersex dens in the northern Mindanao city of Iligan.
One particularly chilling photo depicted a “paedophile pageant” in which girls aged from eleven to fifteen years are lined up for clients to choose from.
It’s weird with Paul Spector in “The Fall.” I’ve never been given an opportunity to play a character that’s so complex, deep, dark, twisted and psychotic.
I guess from a modeling past, I was being pushed more toward boyfriend-y roles, which is fine.