At the risk of coming across as a tawdry gossip site, or more than usual (and apologies to Ernest Zanatta) St. Brittany of Canberra’s new beau David Sharaz comes across as more of a pansy than anyone had previously thought. He is from the UK originally, so that explains part of it, as does this:
I’d been off medications for a little while, I’ve gone back on because I started to feel that loss. I’m very close to women and I don’t have a lot of male friends, for some reason, and I’ve realised my father was probably the only male friend that I had
David was married in March 2018 to somebody who seems well-born, Alexandra Craig (and two cats), but it was a very short marriage indeed, and he was soon found to be in the arms of, and nestled in the ample bosom of, RAPE victim Liberal Party staffer Brittany Higgins, the hope of our time, the light of the way, and provided much comfort to her in her hour of dire trauma internalisation need, specifically by planning and plotting out how the story would be broken to the media:
He and Higgins spent a month compiling and planning the revelations and chose to take the initial story to Lisa Wilkinson at Channel 10 and Samantha Maiden at news.com.au. Other media, including senior gallery reporters at the ABC and commercial media, were provided with a dossier, including a timeline, lists of people who were aware of the allegations, photos of Higgins with politicians, suggested events where networks might find video footage of her in their files, notes about meetings, and copies of emails, texts and other relevant communications.
It was a successful operation, and they didn’t seem too interested in going to the police about it, considering that RAPE is a very serious criminal offence, the media shitshow was the number one priority.
Meanwhile David’s ex-wife has a sad story to tell, with hints of financial impropriety:
Their wedding was an extravagant, and frankly bizarre, affair, and offers a glimpse into the swish lives of Canberra insiders and young people weirdos. They’re all swanning about in picturesque circumstances while the establishment they work for is, or was, busy flooding the country with the detritus of the world and replacing the people whose ancestors built the place with blood, sweat, and no tears, including the initial backdrop setting of the video, the Old Canberra Brickworks.
The video will not play in embed form now, check it out here – https://www.facebook.com/TheMountainFolkFilms/videos/1734029763300114
These bizarro people named the reception tables after federal Labor politicians:
Some serious money went into this thing:
- Videography: The Mountain Folk Films
- Event Co-ordinator: Sweet Little Sunday
- Photography: Alex Ellinghausen
- Florist: GG’s Flowers & Hampers
- Celebrant: Judy Aulich Celebrant
- Make-up Artist: Mojo Lash and Makeup
- Hair: Axis Hairdressing
- Prep Location: Hotel Hotel
- Couple portrait Location: The Old Brickworks
- Ceremony & Reception Venue: Yarralumla Woolshed
- KITTENS: Flossie’s kitten rescue
- DJ: Creative Sound Concepts Canberra
- Catering: Hudsons Catering
- Calligraphy for seating chart and table names: Allira’s Inklings
- Grazing Table: Nibble + Nourish
- MC: Wilco
All that and the marriage lasted three years. Sad! There is indeed a lot of sadness, and other more curious things, in this whole business.