Kristina O’Connor Is Des O’Connor Daughter

December 18, 2008
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Kristina O’Connor is the daughter of British entertainer, Des O’Connor. Over the weekend, Lewis Grewcock and Sam Foster made untrue allegations that Kristina secretly worked as an adult star. Upon the allegations hitting the airwaves, Lewis and Sam have been banned from the Birmingham University station, Burn FM. Read more and check out photos and video here.

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Lewis Grewcock and Sam Foster are both in their final year of a politics degree at Birmingham University. On their Sanctuary Radio Hour show, they made a lewd and false claim that Kristina O’Connor, who is also a student at the University, was secretly a porn actress. The comment was made after Kristina appeared in the student newspaper talking about a website she set up for people to exchange fashion tips. Lewis and Sam, who are supposed to give a satirical angle on news, took this comment a little too far. Now they are banned from the radio station and are awaiting formal discipline by the university.

A University friend told the Daily Mail: “I think they might have been inspired by Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand’s infamous remarks on their show, but all they were doing was upsetting people and making outrageous comments for shock value.”




Kristina O’Connor Biography

Kristina O’Connor is the 21-year-old daughter of British entertainer Des O’Connor, and Swiss model Jay Rufer. She is currently studying Italian and Spanish at Birmingham University.

She is a beautiful girl, who clearly resembles her model mother, with long legs, flowing blonde hair and eyes that light up a room. Check out family pictures here.

More photos and video below.

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3 Responses to “Kristina O’Connor Is Des O’Connor Daughter”

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    MAtthew Hurst Says:

    I think it’s important to clear up a couple of facts in relation to this story. The incident took place in late October – NOT ‘over the weekend’ as you report.

    Also, the broadcast did not go out ‘on the airwaves’. In fact, it was only broadcast online to a maximum of 28 listeners.

    Finally, the University of Birmingham are not the the best of our knowledge planning formal disciplinary action at this time. They have in fact said that they are investigating the matter.

    On behalf of the UK Student Radio Association, representing 80+ student radio stations across the UK. (Including BurnFM.com)

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    Jen Says:

    Matthew,

    Thank you for you comment. All of my sources say that thousands heard the broadcast, and report that it happened earlier in the month.

    Thank you for clarifying.

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    Frankie Ward Says:

    Hi there,
    Could you please let me know your sources?