A CHARITY for terminally ill [...]

Brenda Power
January 2014
Daily Mail;1/11/2014, p17
A CHARITY for terminally ill children has been targeted by Facebook trolls outraged at its links with Becky Gibson, girlfriend of ex-Ireland goalie Shay Given. The 29-year-old PR executive has been portrayed as a homewrecker, even though Given was already separated when they met. How typical that it is the single woman, and not the formerly married man, who gets all the blame from the self-righteous cowards.


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