HOLIDAY REP SEX ACT CLAIMS ARE LIES Holiday rep denies sex claims; Mum defends her daughter.
THE family of a Merseyside holiday rep accused of taking part in a sex show on a beach today branded the allegations as lies.
Former Club 18-30 rep Jenny Cresswell from Crosby is accused of taking part in the show while working in Kavos on the Greek island of Corfu.
She faces a possible jail sentence over claims she took part in the antics -a forfeits game -on a make-shift stage during a drunken party. The beach was packed with families at the time.
But today her mother Lynda Cresswell said the claims were nonsense.
She said: ``It is all a pack of lies. Jenny is devastated by what has been said about her.
``She will never be able to get another job now.'' Jenny, 22,had to resign after a video was shown on Greek TV apparently showing her and two other female holiday reps performing a sex act on a man.
She quit along with fellow reps Zara Goodwin, 19,Hannah Benhariz, 25 and male colleagues Vinnie Sagoo and Adam Walker.
The video caused outrage on Corfu where police are considering bringing the group back to appear in court.
They could face indecent exposure and public vulgarity charges which carry a possible prison sentence.
Miss Cresswell had planned to spend five months in Corfu as a rep after finishing a business studies degree at Liverpool John Moores University.
She is staying at her family's home in Crosby.
SEX ROW: Lynda Cresswell and her daughter Jenny
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Jul 24, 2003|
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