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But now ex-boyfriend Owen Morris, 38 – known only as ‘The Boy’ in the books – is breaking his silence to challenge her version of events, as he pursues damages for defamation and breach of privacy against Brooke Magnanti, the writer behind the pen name.But this week it emerged that Dr Magnanti, 39, is to counter-sue for libel, and is likely to use the photo from the archived page of an escort website Alphababes from October 2003 as evidence of her work as a prostitute.The advert gives her name as Taro – a reference to a restaurant mentioned in her book – and states: 'Check out the pictures of our new addition, a super intelligent petite blonde Taro who is currently studying for her Ph D and can provide all the services.'Dr Magnanti – whose books spawned the TV drama Secret Diary Of A Call Girl starring Billie Piper – also has photos of what she claims are bank statements showing payments made by alleged clients of £240 and £260 in October 2003.He claims: ‘I would do something with Brooke, like go for dinner, then she’d vanish for an hour or two to “catch up with work emails”.Afterwards I would read a blog entry about Belle with some client, with some specific literary reference or obscure scientific topic I had mentioned, suddenly coming out of the mouth of this supposed client.’Owen says examples of this include an account of foreplay where the client has sharp nails and Belle stops and files them: ‘That is absolutely me, I am always biting my nails, and it is our incident and conversation.‘In the book she says I was happy about it – well, of course I’m not happy my girlfriend is a prostitute.But now author Brooke Magnanti has released a photograph of herself dressed in racy lingerie and posing seductively, saying it will form the basis of an extraordinary court case in which she will aim to prove she worked as a prostitute.
Former lover Owen Morris – known only as The Boy in the books – is suing Dr Magnanti for defamation and breach of privacy, claiming her books destroyed his RAF career and saying he does not believe she worked as a call girl.In a hotly-contested legal case due to come to the Scottish courts within weeks, he will make a series of astonishing claims, including that she was not the glamorous, confident prostitute she portrayed.Owen’s allegations are vehemently denied by Brooke, 37, who insists that her blog and the resulting non-fiction books – The Intimate Adventures Of A London Call Girl, in 2005, and The Further Adventures Of A London Call Girl, in 2006 – are true.In 2013, The Mail on Sunday revealed Mr Morris was suing the author, claiming she could not have been a prostitute while they were in a relationship because she was typically clad in 'cute second-hand jumpers' rather than sexy outfits.Dr Magnanti, 39, is to counter-sue for libel, and is likely to use the photo from the archived page of an escort website Alphababes from October 2003 as evidence of her work as a prostitute which gives her name as Taro But Dr Magnanti has hit back with photographs of her wearing a silk red top and a photo of her at Henley Regatta wearing an Austin Reed jacket and a bracelet bought for her by a client.She claims to have an appointment book detailing her clients, as well as Mr Morris's diary in which he allegedly writes about his shock of finding out about her work in the sex trade.