S CLUB lawyers have finally managed to shut down a website making fun of their split.
The site SCLUB8.COM, based on the name of the newly promoted S CLUB JUNIORS, were greeted by a spoof page claiming to have been written by a band member called Calvin Goldspink.
Visitors saw a letter from Calvin begging for funds for singer BRADLEY McINTOSH following the break-up of the band.
The letter ended, "Please give generously to this once-famous star. Remember Bradley is for a lifetime, not just for S Club."
A spokesperson for S CLUB 8 rages, "It's complete rubbish. It's nothing to do with the band at all, it's completely unofficial."30/04/2003 10:34
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