Jazmine: Hollyoaks lesbian sex scenes were 'awkward' | News | Hollyoaks | What's on TV
Those ads you do see are predominantly from local businesses promoting local services. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience — the local community. It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times. Simon Morris, 42, is accused of raping and sexually assaulting the teenager following a house party in Newport last year, but he told Cardiff Crown Court yesterday that while he has no recollection of the alleged incident, he could have had sex with her while asleep. The former actor, who appeared in Michael Caine film Shiner, TV soap Hollyoaks and on the West End stage, told the court he has a history of sleep walking, checking his phone, gyrating against door frames and having sex with partners in his sleep. I climbed on top of her in the middle of a night in a blank state.
'I didn’t rape 15-year-old girl - I have sex in my sleep' says Newport Hollyoaks actor
Hollyoaks actress Jazmine Franks has said scenes where Esther takes things to the next level with girlfriend Tilly were awkward to film. But you just have to go for it. However, Jazmine said she was fine with the kissing scenes as they had actually started two years ago, when Esther and Tilly first looked set to become an item in Hollyoaks. But the first time I met Lucy was on our way down to Abersoch [where Hollyoaks filmed holiday episodes on location in North Wales] about two years ago and I literally met her on the coach down there and within a couple of hours we were kissing on the beach, it was the first scene we did together.
W hen human beings find a new means of expression, it's not long before they use it for sex. So it was with the internet, that bastion of erotic content that has driven down lads' mags circulations with its convenience and total lack of regulation. And so it is with camera-ready smartphones, enabling the creation of naked selfies and spontaneous sex tapes at the click of a button. Perhaps predictably when it comes to sex and teens, there is a darker side to the phenomenon of "sexting". It has been three years since US teen Jessica Logan killed herself following the online publication of images she had sent in confidence to her boyfriend, yet more recent awful cases such as Audrie Pott — the year-old girl who killed herself last year — suggest little has changed.