So, seedy 3-D's heinous penis needy of teeny-weenie tiny hienie? Allegedleeny?
One thing we have seen recently is that it is very easy to report these things, but comparatively difficult to unreport them. But the Matthew Kelly cocaine thing is interesting, because it suggests somethign that may feed into this recent spate of celeb-nobbling. If you are wealthy and famous, there is an extent to which you can believe that the law does not really apply to you, most especially when it comes to drug offenses that would see less famous people imprisoned.
This double standard may perhaps operate because the legal system may feel that the knock-on effects of rich addicts are far smaller, in terms of violence and property damage, than those of addicts who can't afford to feed their habit, but is this helping to breed the sort of sense of invulnerability that subsequently leads to spectacularly stupid activities like submitting credit card details to a website promising underage models in compromising positions?