Vice girl Paula 'needed the money'
MISSING vice girl Paula Clennell told how she had to walk the streets because she “needed the money”, just days before going missing.The 24-year-old has not been seen since Saturday night, and is one of two prostitutes that police admit they have grave concerns for.
MISSING vice girl Paula Clennell told how she had to walk the streets because she “needed the money”, just days before going missing.
The 24-year-old has not been seen since Saturday night, and is one of two prostitutes that police admit they have grave concerns for.
In an interview with ITV News last week, Paula said the killings had made her “a bit wary about getting into cars” but she would probably still do it anyway.
She had spotted there were fewer men and less girls around, probably because of the police presence.
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“The girls are probably wary about coming out now,” she said.
Miss Clennell admitted that she had “a couple of nasty experiences” including being beaten up once.
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The naked bodies of Tania Nicol, 19, Gemma Adams, 25, and Anneli Alderton, 24, have all been found on the outskirts of Ipswich in the last nine days.
Another prostitute, 29-year-old Annette Nicholls, was reported missing yesterday by relatives who have had no contact from her since December 3.
Miss Clennell said that hearing what had happened to Gemma had made her feel “sick.”
A friend has told police she spoke to her on Sunday evening but Miss Clennell has not been in touch with police.