• Nigella Lawson | Domestic Abuse – Victims Being Photographed Does Not Help [Audio]

    Nigella Lawson domestic abuse | What is perhaps important here is to highlight that these are photographs obtained by the media, and there has been no comment as yet by Ms. Lawson on these photographs, or from her representatives.

    A statement has been made by Mr. Saatchi on the matter, of which the Daily mail has printed today on June 17th.

    Sadly for the couple as with other celebrities this ‘alleged argument’ is being played out in the public arena which will be distressing for all involved. Also due to such intense coverage by the media what will be the effect and impact on victims of domestic violence whose traumatic memories current and past may be triggered – where is the sensitivity, and thirdly the fact that if this was a ‘heated argument’ or ‘alleged incident of domestic violence’ that onlookers appear to have not made any attempts to intervene and help.

    It is bad enough when some members of our society turn away thinking it is not their ‘issue’ to intervene in, but now it appears that rather than intervene, some will now watch what is happening and either take a photograph of the event, or video it and publicise; without a single thought for the impact on those directly or indirectly involved.

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