Antireligious Tony Ortega and Karen de la Carriere joined in hatemongering symbiosis
People who knew Karen de la Carriere well say there is one subject she would never discuss, even with those close to her in the past.
There are schools of thought maintaining that children act out their parents’ insanity, and Karen de la Carriere does much to forward the premise of that theory.
Karen de la Carriere dealt blackjack and roulette at London’s Victoria Sporting Club casino, where she provided sexual favors to select men in exchange for money and gifts.
In the 1960s, the British government was rocked by the revelation that Secretary of State for War John Profumo was having an affair—he wasn’t the only one.
After being dismissed from the Church of Scientology’s religious order in 1990, Karen de la Carriere’s abusive nature did not improve, and her family felt the brunt of it.
Spousal abuse takes on many forms, and while this societal plague is most commonly men abusing women, figures suggest that as many as one in three victims of domestic violence is male.