Corey gets media savvy on the run
Wed 16th Jan, 2008 Newsin
The Corey Delaney/Worthington (can someone actually find out the kid’s real last name?) saga continues, with the 16-year-old party starter now on the run from his parents following their early return home from holidays on the Gold Coast. Potentially faced with a bill of $20,000, it seems Corey is a little worried about the potential ramifications of his hard partying ways. “We’re still waiting… we’re asking to speak to him,” Corey’s dad told reporters yesterday. “There has been a lot of damage that’s been caused and bridges that need to be rebuilt.”
With Sydney ‘event promoter’ Tim Sabre offering Corey the chance to host his own under 18s event, claiming he could make up to $10,000, ITM is not sure how many venues would be willing to hold a party for underage kids that’s being put on by someone whose last event needed a police helicopter to disperse the crowd… but Sabre gets points for trying.
Of course Sabre isn’t the only one who wants a piece of Corey, as reports also indicate the teenager has a deal in the works with Zoo Weekly magazine, and celebrity agent Markson Sparks has claimed he could make between $50,000-$60,000 on a publicity trip to the US. It’s also reported that Nova’s Merrick & Rosso read out Corey’s list of demands for an interview this morning, the going rate to have him appear was $300, a limo for him and his mates and concert tickets for 12 months.
Have a look at Corey’s latest interview with ACA. Seems they were willing to meet the 16-year-old’s demands?