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Thursday 18 December 2014

TV channel plans Jodie Marsh shows

Jodie Marsh is going to front a documentary about the sex trade
Jodie Marsh is going to front a documentary about the sex trade

Reality television star Jodie Marsh will go behind the windows in Amsterdam's infamous red-light district to present a new documentary about the sex trade.

The model and body-builder, who first appeared in 2002's Essex Wives before a stint in Celebrity Big Brother, will feature in two shows in October.

The first will investigate the world of steroid abuse while the second will see her interview people working in the sex industry and their clients, including a trip to the Netherlands where laws governing prostitution are different to the UK.

Jodie Marsh On... Steroids and Jodie Marsh On... The Game will both be shown on the TLC channel.

A spokesman for the channel said: "Having spent a large part of her life monetising her image, both as a glamour model and bodybuilder, Jodie has a real sense of what it's like to sell your body.

"She will be finding out where she, and the wider public, draws the line when it comes to people selling their bodies, and how attitudes have changed to the world's oldest profession."

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