The teenage girl embroiled in sex allegations against AFL player agent Ricky Nixon is to release a tell-all hypothetical description of the events, entitled ‘If I Slept and Took Drugs with Him.’
Appearing on Chanel Ten’s The 7pm Project last night, 17-year-old Kim Duthie told hipster comedian Charlie Pickering that she had never had sex or taken drugs with the beleaguered, middle-aged Nixon, only to recant her statement while under the assumption the cameras had stopped rolling. She later admitted the comments were designed to generate publicity for her upcoming book.
‘If I Slept and Took Drugs with Him’ is said to be based on former NFL player O.J. Simpson’s highly controversial book, ‘If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer’. Simpson’s ‘hypothetical’ description of a double murder he was accused of was originally published in 2007, but quickly taken off the shelves after it was deemed too controversial for print.
Duthie said the book aimed to look at canvass the hypothetical question of whether she had in fact taken drugs and had sex with Nixon, but maintained it was “just a theory, not real.”
But those parties privilege to an advance reading of the manuscript maintain the contents of it are “chillingly real.”
“[Duthie] talks about doing drugs and having sex with a middle-aged man in the most graphic of detail; the images are just so repellent that they must be real… or are they? Shit I don’t know any more,” said one advance reader.
“After seeing those images of Nixon in his undies I’ll believe anything now.”
But Duthie is reportedly finding it difficult to claim a publishing contract, with most publishing companies refusing to ink a deal with the teenager due to a “moral obligation.”
“It’s just sick that she’s trying to cash in on the murdered career of a highly successful player agent,” said ArbitraryHouse editor Steven Matthews.
“I mean, his [Nixon’s] body is still warm!”
“I can’t be a part of that.”
By Dave Edwards