Chris Ingham, I’m not interested in whether you are guilty or innocent. Quite frankly, it is none of my business. I am pretty sure I know the truth of the answer, but that is not why I am writing this letter.
If it was me, [which obviously it isn’t], I would be doing everything I can to protect my family. The experiences and situations that you put your children in WILL have a direct effect on their thoughts and feelings as an adult. Trust me, I only know too well how true this is.
When the first allegations were announced, you did nothing. I don’t care in the slightest that the ‘best lawyers in the country’ [or even the bloody universe] told you not to say anything. That is your decision whether you thought that was the right thing to do or not.
What I don’t agree with is the choice you made to carry on making videos. Regardless of what you said in your most recent ‘statement’ video, carrying on making the videos is where the extent of the damage has been done.
Chris Ingham, all of the actions you have taken behind the camera since the first allegation, in my opinion, was done in poor taste. The holidays, the bolshy, carefree attitude you have presented, and by no means least the pregnancy announcement. I think you announced your pregnancy [even if it is one] firstly, FAR too early, but secondly, for the WORST reason possible – for views.
Telling your children [again for views] has opened them up to numerous issues. If you do loose this baby, think about them, how are they going to take this? Do they even know the extent to what is going on? How is this going to effect them in later life?
Chris Ingham, you also mentioned in your statement video that you were worried about the girls getting bullied at their new schools. Er HELLO. Matey, seriously, what are you doing. There were two decisions to make when these allegations came out. Carrying on as if nothing had happened was the WRONG one [regardless of what is the truth here!]. Surely you can see this? Those poor girls are going to go back to school, and goodness me my heart goes out to them. How is this going to effect them later in life?
When you make the decision to start your own business you make the decision to take off, take risks and run with it. Sometimes, this might not work. The victim profile you painted yourself in was WRONG. So many people would do anything to be in your position [pre-allegations]. The flexibility of your life and the ability to go on holiday at the drop of a hat.
But, just like every other person who would like to be in your position, and even those who don’t. How do you think they survive? How do you think they make their money? If you want to protect your children, go and get a bloody job. Take them off the internet and protect them like a bloody responsible parent.
Their Mental Health
Chris Ingham, at the end of the day their mental health is the most important thing. For Isabelle who, I am sure is not naive to this situation has a lot to deal with for such a young person. For Esme and Isla, they are too young to understand. If you are innocent, then take them away, protect them, and then come back with a fresh start. But prove your innocence. If you can do this legitimately, people will come back.
If you are not innocent, which, in my opinion the evidence is presenting itself strongly in this direction. YOU’RE A DICK. You have put yourself in this situation, you made the choices. My heart is completely broken for those poor girls. They do not deserve this, and they 100% most certainly didn’t ask for this.