Hedge Fund Reveals Vehicular Evidence Of Investor Relations Girl's Lying, Trampy-Ways

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Thus far in the Nomos Capital case, we've heard IR girl Jordana Wimmer's allegations against her boss, Mark Lowe (that he tried to kill her (several times), he hired hookers to work in the office, he forced Wimmer to be present while he received lap dances, he has an Asian fetish, he made dumb blonde jokes, and he told an intern he "face-fucks" enemies), and Lowe's defense (Wimmer has a "vivid imagination, those hookers were "highly qualified," lap dances are a spectator sport, everyone loves an Asian, he didn't make up those jokes he only forwarded them, and he said "screw," not "face-fuck").
Now the fund's representatives have been given the opportunity to bring their own evidence to the table and they're pretty sure once you hear the dirt they've got on this girl there'll be no doubt that Jordana Wimmer is a lying, deceitful tramp whose claims are not to be bought. Did the defense reveal emails from Jordana Wimmer to fellow colleagues making her own sexist dumb blonde jokes? Did they bring forward footage of Wimmer S'ing D for money? Did she hire someone to kill Mark Lowe? Not just threaten but actually face-fuck an enemy? Was it Wimmer who forced Lowe, against his will, to get the lap dance, which she insisted on standing by to watch? None of the above. Something so much worse, and way more incriminating.

Citing what Nick Headly, a director of the company, claimed was another example of non-payment, he recalled the taxi journey. He said: "There had been one occasion when I loaned Jordan £10 for a taxi fare back to her flat.

"She stuck a Post-It note on a computer screen saying 'I owe Nick £10', so that was a marker. "She had never even paid that back to me and I never raised the subject."

Sex tribunal claimant 'failed to pay £10 taxi fare' claim [Telegraph]

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