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Former sex worker turned author Rachel Moran, 43, launches libel case to prove she really WAS a prostitute
- Rachel Moran wrote a successful book about her experiences of the sex trade
- She is suing another former sex worker accusing her of making up life of vice
- Accused of fabricating parts of her Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution,
- She describes in her memoir 7 years working in the sex trade from the age of 15
Author Rachel Moran wrote the successful memoir Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution
A former sex worker turned author has launched a libel case – to prove she was a prostitute.
Rachel Moran, who wrote a successful book about her experiences of the sex trade, is suing another former sex worker who accused her of making up her life of vice.
Last week, the Circuit Civil Court in Dublin heard that Ms Moran had been distressed by a series of blogs and tweets from Gaye Dalton including one in which she was described as ‘a vicious, self-serving fraud’.
She was also accused of fabricating parts of her 2013 memoir Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution, which describes her seven years working in the sex trade from the age of 15.
Ms Moran, 43, is suing another former sex worker who accused her of making up her life of vice
Ms Dalton accepted her allegation that Ms Moran, 43, had never worked in the sex industry was wrong, but maintains the writer did not work on the roads in Dublin specified in her book because she operated nearby and had never seen her. However, a retired detective said he had been ‘aware’ of Ms Moran in the area.
Ms Moran, who is seeking an injunction to prevent Ms Dalton repeating the claims, said: ‘After nearly a decade of relentless false accusations, I’ve had no choice but to defend myself here.’
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