'Offensive': High-flying barrister Charlotte Proudman, 27, (pictured left), accused married father-of-two Alexander Carter-Silk, 57, (right) of ‘disgusting’ sexism after he praised her ‘stunning’ picture on Linked In Clever girl, our Ms Proudman. Because, of course, the key to success as a barrister is knowing how to spot your enemy’s weaknesses — and having the guts and chutzpah to exploit those weaknesses ruthlessly.You may or may not know that there exists on the internet a tedious website called ‘Linked In’.
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