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Psychic Sally Morgan cancels signings after sacking husband for homophobic rant

Nick Duffy October 17, 2014

Psychic Sally Morgan has cancelled all autograph signings “until further notice”, after she sacked her own husband for shouting homophobic abuse at a skeptic outside her show.

The psychic, who has previously had TV shows on ITV and Sky, sacked her husband John Morgan and son-in-law Daren Wiltshear last week, after they threatened to make a “poof” “disappear”.

Ms Morgan says is intending to press ahead with her upcoming theatre shows – but will no longer meet fans afterwards to sign autographs.

A statement yesterday from Sally Morgan Enterprises said: “Sally will be continuing with her tour tonight at the White Rock Theatre in Hastings.

“Please note, until further notice, Sally will not be doing any signings after the show.”

Today several of Ms Morgan’s websites have today gone offline – though PinkNews could not verify whether this is related to the controversy.

Mark Tilbrook released the clip last week in which he is approached by John Morgan – Sally’s husband and tour manager – for distributing leaflets which allegedly debunk part of her performance.

In the clip, Mr Morgan warns: “One day you’re going to be lifted, and you’ll disappear somewhere. You’re a poof as well, we know all about your life.”

Son-in-law Daren Wiltshear approaches Mr Tilbrook, and the pair say: “You know, you look pale. Are you on drugs or has someone shagged you too much? One of your boyfriends been up your arse?

“You are a fairly little gay man. Little gayboy you are.”

As a result Ms Morgan – who says she was completely unaware of the incident – 

Protesters are planning to protest her upcoming show in Brighton next week.

More: Anti-gay, England, Gay, homophobic, John Morgan, London, psychic, rant, Sally Morgan, Theatre

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