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The court heard how the girl, who had told Hipperson she was 16 and studying hairdressing at a local college, had refused to end the relationship despite her parents' protests.
But while no-one would deny 18-year-old Kirstie Day is worthy of being crowned Miss England, she can’t take all the credit for her overwhelming popularity.
But in a sternly-worded message the following morning he warned that the expected landslide had failed to materialise and demanded staff began hitting the phones.'I am extremely disappointed to report that only 1,300 were actually registered,' he wrote.'For stores who have not voted or stores who are able to vote more I need you to register 10 votes minimum today.' Pointing out that she is the chief executive's daughter, Mr Simpson went on: 'Just imagine what a feather in our cap it will be when Kirstie wins!
'The amount of PR from TV & radio advertising we, as a company will get from this is absolutely massive.' He demanded that staff achieve a minimum of 3,000 votes by 11am with another round of calls in the afternoon, concluding: 'Let's show the world the power of Edinburgh Woollen Mills/Ponden Home!
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Mr Hipperson fully admits he was in love with her." Hipperson was granted bail on condition he made no contact with the girl or entered Leamington Spa.
Sentencing was adjourned until 16 October for the preparation of reports.
But despite a brief halt, they continued texting each other and eventually resumed contact.
Hipperson pleaded guilty to one count of gross indecency with a girl under 16.
But one employee of The Edinburgh Woollen Mill said: ‘It’s outrageous that staff in every store across the UK are being leaned on to try to secure the boss’s daughter the title of Miss England.’They added that they had been given a similar edict during the public vote for Miss Cumbria, which Miss Day won last month.
On Wednesday, commercial director Steve Simpson sent an email to all 500 stores - including the Ponden Home brand - saying each one needed to register ten votes in Kirstie's favour.
A spokesman for The Edinburgh Woollen Mill said the email hadn’t been sent by Miss Day’s father and ‘was expected to be confidential’.