Louise Linton: Hottest Photos On The Internet

Louise Linton, although stunningly beautiful, has found herself in hot water. The actress recently published a book called “In Congo’s Shadow”, details the five months she spent volunteering in Zambia after her graduation during the Second Congolese War. The book’s description bills it as “the inspiring memoir of an intrepid teenager who abandoned her privileged life in Scotland to travel to Zambia as a gap year student where she found herself inadvertently caught up on the fringe of the Congolese War.” The only problem is, it may all be a lie.
Linton almost got away with her lie, until Daily Telegraph published an excerpt of a memoir about a woman’s time spent volunteering in Zambia as a teenager. Louise Linton wrote about caring for an HIV-positive orphan and hiding out from murderous rebels. The only problem is, people say her story doesn’t add up. These people, such as BBC Africa’s Victoria Uwonkunda, began calling out what they said were objectionable stereotypes and questionable claims.
One of the biggest areas of controversy is Linton’s account of two raids by Congolese rebels. Many people in Zambia and from other countries in the region say there are no records of Congolese rebels invading Zambian villages the way Linton describes. Eeesh, not good Louise.
Asked to respond to the accusations about inaccuracies and fabrications in her book, Linton initially replied in an email to say her “editor and publisher” is the person who fact-checked the book, but that she is in the U.K. and unreachable.
However, with all that said, she is quite, quite good looking, and I’m sure your curious why someone who looks like this feels like she needs to lie her way through life.
As for the rest of Linton’s life, according to her IMDB biography:

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Louise had her first title role on stage at age six. While attending boarding school at Fettes College, she attended the Edinburgh Drama Academy and later earned the Honors Certificate from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. After graduating she volunteered in Zambia for five months during the Second Congolese War and wrote a book about her experience. The book, titled “In Congo’s Shadow” was released on May 10th, 2016.
Louise has a B.A. in Journalism and a Juris Doctorate in Law. After graduating law school in October 2012, she formed Stormchaser Films, an independent motion picture production company focused on script and I.P. acquisition, development and film finance. The company’s first feature “Intruder” will be released in theaters by IFC Midnight on June 24th, 2016. The company has three additional titles in post production with 2017 release dates and a dozen more titles in production and development.
Louise currently serves on the Board of Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA and the Board of Trustees for Fettes College in Edinburgh. She was an Ambassador for Erskine Wounded Warriors Scotland (2010 – 2013); an Ambassador for the Scottish Butterfly Trust for Cystic Fibrosis (2013 – present); and Ambassador for Mutt Match LA Animal Rescue (2009 – present). She has fostered and rehabilitated several homeless dogs.
She is a passionate campaigner against game poaching in Africa and is a strong supporter of The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust for elephants and Ol Jogi in Kenya which serves to rehabilitate and protect black and white Rhinos from poaching and extinction.

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