Fergie (the First) is in an Eastern-European pickle!
The Turkish government is up the Duchess of York's royal
ass bum for her work in filming an undercover doc about Turkish orphanages.
Earlier today a court in Turkey charged Sarah Ferguson for breaking privacy laws… but they're really just pissed they made Turkey look bad.
It certainly didn't make the country look great. The film featured footage of Turkish orphan-kids "dressed in bedclothes and rags, some of them with shaven heads and tied to beds or left in their cots all day!"
Figure heads in Turkey think Sarah, who wore a disguise to visit the homes with her daughter Princess Eugenie for the doc/TV special, made the movie in an effort to derail Turkey's attempts to join the European Union.
Um… not Likely! Fergie pretty much said that their crappy treatment has nothing to do with her political view, which — btw –aren't even anti-Turkey.
If convicted the Duchess faces 22 years in Turkish prison. A sentence we're sure she'll end up serving as soon as hell freezes over.
[Image via WENN.]
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