The former writer for the Daily Prophet and current scandalous author of The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore takes another dive into the world of self-promotion with her recent full exposure in the adult magazine WitchBoy, which is due out later this week.
When Rita, 53, from the outskirts of London, was in her prime, she was well-known as the Daily Prophet journalist with a sharp tongue and even sharper Quick Quotes Quill. Her primary focus was creating tabloid-esque fabrications of well known witches and wizards of the day including the like of the beloved Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore, and his star pupil Harry Potter.
Her writing has been proven to be one-quarter truth and three-quarters rubbish. During a period of nearly one year, Rita mysteriously disappeared from her unconscionable story lines only to turn up with the story of her life on Harry Potter in the Quibbler publication followed by the book that made her as famous as "Dangerous" Dai Llewellyn, the quidditch player that was tragically eaten by a chimaera.
Now, with her failed writings over the last 14 years, Rita Skeeter tries to resurrect herself once again by posing in this month's issue of WitchBoy. Is this something we really need to see? Or is the WitchBoy magazine stooping to an all-time low? You can see the full image from the magazine right here (viewer discretion is advised). This image was produced by Katherine Proulx.