Amanda’s amazing real life story of how she married a 300 year old dead pirate went round the world. She featured in multiple UK newspapers such as The Sun, Mail, Mirror and Daily Star Sunday as well as international newspaper, online media sites and TV shows. Her story was also featured in magazines such as Bella and Real People.
Jule Niles is the mother of Arsenal player Ainsley Maitland-niles. Her son earned £30,000 a week but she was homeless, living in a Yellow Storage Unit. We helped get her story out there and she featured on the front page of the Sun on Sunday. The money Triangle News got for her meant she could finally move into her own home.
Hayley Martin came to us with her amazing story of how she planned to take her doomed baby to full term so she could donate her organs. We got her story published on the front page of the Sunday People, double pages in The Daily Mail and The Mail On Sunday, as well as TV (This Morning) and radio appearances (BBC Radio).
We spoke to Clare about the dangers of excessive drinking after she was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver in her late 30s. After losing her home, her job and almost losing her life, she wanted to warn others about wine o’clock. We sold her story to Closer magazine.
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We spoke to Anita about her daughter’s Love Island themed pageant performance. The exclusive story was sold to The Sunday Mirror as well as being featured across multiple papers and in women’s magazines. Anita and her daughter went on to appear on ITV’s Loose Women, with Beau performing one of her favourite routines.
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Talk to us to make sure you get paid the most for your celebrity story. Only the other week we were given a tip-off that Phil Collins was in hospital after a nasty fall. We quickly turned this story around and Phil’s cancelled tour was announced by the Sun the next day.
Teenager Lillian Constantine came to us after she caught her own rapist by filming him with her mobile phone during the 2am attack. After discussing her story with us, we got her story published in the Sunday Mirror, followed by a series of TV and radio appearances. Lillian was on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, the Victoria Derbyshire Show and was interviewed by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on ITV’s This Morning.
If you’re looking to help others with your story, then we can make it happen!
Brave Caroline spoke to us about taking a selfie a day to help her heal following domestic abuse by an ex partner. Her inspirational story went in the Sunday People and was then covered by the Sun, the Daily Star, the BBC and Mail Online.
Are you looking to raise awareness of important issues like Caroline did?