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Peaches Geldof and the Boots makeup spree: here’s what we think she stole

By Aisling | October 25 2011 | 24 Comments

stealing!

 

Bypassing the tills
That was her second mistake.  Her first mistake was the low cost items she stole.  Because if I were the daughter of Sur Bob Geldorf and thus an incredibly rich pampered princess and needed to rebel against something/demand attention, I would have stuck with my tried and trusted methods.

Which are either getting a new tattoo or shagging a “musician” into the end of next week.  And then possibly marrying him and quickly divorcing him.

She’s got form
Unfortunately another method used quite often by Peaches is shoplifting.  She’s been accused of it a few times already – normally clothes (Urban Outfitters and vintage clothing stores have both been hit) and waltzing off from photo shoots with bagfuls of designer gear – but we have to ask: has she reached a new low with this latest escapade which consisted of robbing a load of inexpensive makeup from Boots?

A relaxed day of robbing
It was all quite casual really.  A bite to eat with friends, a spot of clothes shopping in Selfridges in London and then into Boots to pick up a few bits and pieces.  She headed straight for the L’Oreal and Rimmel stands reports the Mirror and just openly popped a few items into her pockets and bags – as you do. Other shoppers couldn’t believe their eyes.   A L’Oreal True match foundation was the most expensive cosmetic she picked up and the rest of her “Haul” consisted of another L’Oreal foundation and powder, eyeshadow and liner, a couple of Rimmel mascaras and powder, all worth around £70.

What might she have stolen?
If I were a betting person I think I know exactly what she would have pocketed.  Just to speculate I’d say she definitely picked up almost all of the best stuff we’ve reviewed from those brands lately – very possibly along with the True Match she would have gone for
this foundation
this mascara,
this eyeshadow
this eyeliner
Oh and probably this  mascara too.

Not giving a damn
When she was stopped by the store detective upon leaving the shop she didn’t seem to give a shit.  And why should she?  The store are not going to prosecute.

Spoilt little rich girl Peaches has never been prosecuted for any of her alleged crimes.  Would you or I have been marched down to the cop shop for this one?  You bet your sweet ass we would.

It’s another rule for Peaches though obviously.

Peaches mugshot credit: W magazine

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24 Replies to "Peaches Geldof and the Boots makeup spree: here’s what we think she stole"

  • What an IDIOT

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  • Tulip! And I’m not being mean but she’s not the most attractive girl on the planet either!

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  • Guys did she shop-lift the items after seeing the recommendations on this site hehe! She is some tit! Honestly she acts like she is owed all this, it’s like an episode of Little Britain, she considers herself some sort of royalty so she goes from shop to shop just taking what ever she wants because she’s “Royal”. Again Peaches and L.Lo have to be sent to the same amish community!

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  • love the bit in the forensically-researched mirror piece (what do they have against peaches, eh!?) where she’s described as just stuffing things into her pockets. Cos that’s what you do when you go into Boots, like.

    Not.

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  • what a dope!

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  • does anyone read her article in Nylon magazine – utter tripe (as is the magazine) – this months offering showed readers how to be an “It Girl” – dont think it mentioned nicking stuff from Boots though!

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  • Just another classless and pathetic dumb bitch. Complete waste of space.

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  • Why won’t they do her for this?

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  • Why on earth are they not prosecuting her for this? It’s not like they’ll lose business, she wasn’t paying for the bloody stuff in the first place!

    I don’t throw this word about but I do use it when I feel it’s warranted – she’s a silly c*nt.

    And what is she, like…20 or something? The product of really terrible parenting. Bob would want to take his eye of all his charity work for a minute and take a look closer to home. She needs a serious kick up the arse.

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  • Also, I hope Bob Geldorf is proud that he raised such a shithead for a daughter. Okay, rant over now.

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  • She’s such a twerp and has always come across as such.

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  • Poor Bob, imagine all the good he has done and has tried to do and then his daughter turns out to be a complete eejit.

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  • Very disappointing that Boots did not follow through and prosecute. It sends out the wrong message. If you are a `somebody’ you get preferental treatment.

    That girl needs help if she is behaving like that. Its not normal behaviour.

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  • I really don’t like this woman.

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  • Scarlet for her. SCARLET.

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  • Scarlet for her. SCARLET.

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  • Really stupid of boots not to press charges. What kind of message does that send out? Especially for a business stocking small, relatively high priced items that can easily sneak into pockets and bags unnoticed, but it is OK in this case because she is (snort) “famous”?

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  • God that girl pisses me off!! Everything about her from her ‘name’ to her style! Ugh!! I love that she’s loaded yet still feels the need to steal!! Stupid wagon!

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  • It may be an urban myth, but I read somewhere that shop-lifting is rife among the trophy wives of Beverly Hills. It seems that if you’re rich enough to afford anything you could ever want, stealing gives you the same thrill which us lesser mortals attain from buying stuff. Maybe the rich really are different from us!

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  • isn’t she getting too old for the whole emo-teenage-attention-seeking? jeeze..

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  • Does anybody remember when she went mad at house of fraser in dundrum? She’s a nutter

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  • Do we still say ‘little madam’ about such people?
    What is it about this one that is so ghastly, when all the other daughters are fine young women (I think?). This modern phenomenon of entitlement, exemplified, as others point out, by Linnocent, is a major affliction in society, as it really does have its emulators in ordinary life.
    *old bat rant ends*

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  • ah here if average joe’s like us have to pay for our beauty bits and bobs, ms geldof most definatley should have to! its still wrong anyway for anyone to do it but thats just taking ridiculous to a whole new level…..

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  • fool!

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