By Kieran O’Mahony
THE woman involved in the adult video that featured a garda and a squad car has said she has been made homeless and that Dunmanway is a ‘small town’ and ‘just isn’t ready’ for her.
Speaking on a Dublin radio station last Friday, the UK-born mum who goes by the name of ‘Carla4garda’, said that following the furore in the town over the video, she now has to find a new home after her landlord served her notice.
‘I’ve a few months before I’m out the door because I’ve lived there for a while, but my landlord was pretty clear. They’re not happy about the video and a lot of people around the village aren’t,’ said Carla.
She also said she would find it hard to find somewhere new to live due to the horses that she has and she also is involved in cat rescue.
In the interview Carla, who has her own channel on the adult website, also pointed out that her young daughter has been singled out for abuse.
‘She was walking to school with my former partner and a lady came up to them and spat on the ground and said ‘is that the bitch’s daughter? I regret what’s happened to my daughter and also to the garda and his partner, as I did not know he had a partner.’
Carla added that the backlash to the videos was completely unfair as she described it as ‘a bit of fun between consenting adults’.
‘There is no garda porn online and it was just a bit of craic after all. I like me guards and there’s something very sexy about them. There are a lot of girls with fetishes about uniforms and this was something for them,’ added Carla.
Carla said she didn’t take down the two videos – the other one featured two soldiers and herself – and blamed the government for the removal of them from the adult site.
‘I’m disappointed that they’re gone now … I wouldn’t be putting the videos up again,’ she claimed.
However, since the videos went viral Carla said that she has had a couple of firemen and paramedics calling her as well.
‘I thought my videos would get a few hits, but it suddenly went crazy.’
Some callers to the show supported Carla and her lifestyle and one said it was ‘only middle aged women who are up in arms over it’.