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Sell My Story

Selling a story to a national newspaper, magazine or TV programme can be risky and nerve-racking. As a former news editor David knows how vital it is to have someone you can trust representing your interests.

DJM takes care of everything – from making sure your side of the story is told accurately, to negotiating a fee. DJM can also sell your picture or video content and has access to media outlets and websites around the world.

Examples of our work and what people say about DJM are available on our website.

For more information on how to sell you story visit our FAQs page or call us on office +44 208 240 1056 or mobile +447973 635681

  • SAS star: I turned to drink and drugs as brother died

     

    SAS: Who Dares Wins finalist Louise Gabbitas was represented by DJM during the 2019 Channel 4 series. In a full and frank interview in both The Sunday Mirror and The Sunday People newspapers, Louise  revealed how her life had spiralled out of control after she lost her teenage brother from cerebral palsy...

  • My life with Freddie was hell... I tried to kill myself to get away

     

    Sophie Lea, the estranged wife of comedian Freddie Starr asked DJM to represent her following his sudden death in Spain. Approached by reporters after a series of misleading press reports, Sophie decided to put the record straight and give her side of the story. We arranged an exclusive interview in The...

  • Sewer rat who tried to take my inheritance: The excoriating words of a man who nearly lost his beloved aunt's home to a TV 'heir hunter'

    DJM represented retired film editor Martin Amstell after he won a protracted legal battle against tv ‘heir hunter’ Andrew Fraser who had  tried to take control of his aunt’s home that was left to him in her will. Fraser obtained legal control of the estate and was just days from selling the house when he was stopped...

  • ‘She’s NO gold-digger': Father, 75, who lost everything after falling for his grandchildren's 33-year-old au pair insists they are in LOVE... in wake of multi-million pound court battle with his (disgusted) lawyer daughter

    Broker Paul David asked DJM to represent him following a High Court battle with his daughter over the family’s multi-million pound property portfolio. During proceedings it was revealed that Paul had married his daughter’s au pair resulting in considerable media interest around the case. We arranged for the couple...

  • Holiday rep whose ex sent acid attack hitman recalls horror as her skin "dripped to the floor"

     

    Holiday rep Ellie Chessell chose DJM to represent her after her ex-boyfriend and an accomplice were jailed for a total of 21 years in Portugal for an horrific acid attack . Bravely deciding to speak out despite her injuries, DJM arranged interviews with The Daily Mirror and This Morning plus a magazine...

  • My evil ex tortured and killed her au pair because of me: Former Boyzone star at the heart of the twisted murder case gives a chilling insight into the psychotic beauty who tried to destroy his life too

    Boyzone founder Mark Walton approached DJM to represent him after his ex-girlfriend Sabrina Kouider and her partner were found guilty of torturing and murdering French nanny Sophie Lionett. After Kouider tried to implicate Mark during the two month trial which made international headlines, Mark wanted to give his...

  • How a lesbian fling destroyed my life: Teacher, 26, was 'driven to the brink of suicide' by her secret lover who bombarded her with 300 messages, attacked her on her parents' doorstep -and then accused HER of assault

    PE teacher Alexa Collier asked DJM to represent her after she was cleared of assaulting a former lover. The widespread publicity surrounding the case left her life in ruins and cost Alexa the job she loved. Alexa wanted to put the record straight in her own words and we arranged a two-page spread in The Mail On...

  • TOGETHER AT LAST Lecturer who was abandoned in a cinema toilet when he was a baby tracks down his family 61 YEARS later with help of DNA expert

    DNA Detective Julia Bell asked DJM to promote her work reuniting long lost families. We arranged big page leads in both The Sun and The Times telling the story of Robert Weston who tracked down his family decades after being abandoned in a cinema toilet. DJM also secured prestigious interviews with Emma Barnett on...

  • CLEESED OFF Couple face losing their Fawlty Towers tribute business after being accused of causing 'enormous damage' to John Cleese

    Michael and Louise Green who run Laughlines, a comedy entertainment business approached DJM to handle their PR after becoming involved in a legal dispute with celebrity John Cleese and his management which was threatening their well established company. The Fawlty Towers star had claimed their Basil and Co parody...

  • Widow of tragic cop David Rathband tells of her happiness with new love

    When Kath Rathband, widow of PC David Rathband announced the happy news that she was to marry again she knew her big day would attract media attention. Having worked with DJM previously Kath asked if we could handle the story in her own words. We arranged a  two-page interview in The Sunday Mirror and a page in The...

  • Free to do it again Mum left 'seconds from death' after attack from gun cop hubby speaks out after he dodges jail

    After Sarah Jay’s husband Pere Daobry a former Met Police firearms officer was given a 12 week suspended sentence for trying to throttle her during a violent outburst, the mother of one was approached by media outlets wanting Sarah to tell her story. She contacted DJM on recommendation. Sarah  wanted her interview...

  • Couple accused of molesting woman during a boozy threesome tell of 22 months of hell - after jury takes just 30 minutes to clear them

    Sarah and David Finan’s world was turned upside down after a former friend accused them of molesting her during a party. The couple were stunned when they were charged with sexual assault only later to be unanimously cleared at Maidstone Crown Court. Surrounded by reporters they approached DJM to handle their story...

  • Blamed for hero PC's suicide... because I could not forgive his EIGHTH affair: David Rathband's widow embroiled in bitter feud with his family who think she should have tolerated his cheating even after he was blinded by Raoul Moat

    Kath Rathband found herself once again thrust into the spotlight after the family of her husband PC David Rathband who was shot by Raoul Moat lost a negligence claim brought against Northumbria Police for failing to warn him that the gunman was targeting police officers. With reporters knocking on her door and...

  • I turned detective to clear my innocent husband jailed for abusing his child

    Louise Long turned detective after her husband Geoff was jailed for five years for abusing his daughter. Despite social services threatening to take her children away and her nursery business folding - Louise began a four year fight to prove his innocence - finally culminating in Geoff’s daughter Tina admitting she...

  • Celebrity nightclub boss on Kate Moss 'kidnapping' him in a taxi and Robbie Williams

     

    Businessman and nightclub entrepreneur Howard Spooner asked DJM to be his PR representative after we had earlier given him crisis management advice over a long-standing court case. We now look after his public profile and businesses which include The Clapham Grand and DNA London. We arranged this two-page...

  • Exclusive: Comic's Wife Tells Of Her Marriage Hell

    TV comic Freddie Starr left the UK after being handed a £1 million legal bill following a failed attempt to sue Karin Ward who revealed he had sexually assaulted her when just 15. He later turned on his young wife Sophie Lea despite her loyally supporting him throughout a police investigation. Driven out of their...

  • Woman at heart of UKIP sex scandal: I was naively seduced by power and the party used me

    As UKIP’s star ethnic candidate in the build-up to the 2015 general election, Natasha Bolter found herself embroiled in two scandals with her reputation dragged through the mud. Labelled the party’s ‘poster girl’ Natasha joined UKIP naively thinking she could be a force for good in politics. While not entirely...

  • The British shooting star hunted by sick Twitter trolls: Markswoman says she's treated 'like a terrorist' by online bullies

    As one of Britain’s top female competitive shooters, Rachel Carrie had been trolled by online bullies for her beliefs and even had her family threatened.Refusing to bow down to her tormentors, Rachel chose DJM to represent her and put across her response while also intelligently defending her love of hunting. We...

  • I wouldn't work with Harry's party pal Pelly again in a million years...he's a spineless diva!: Club owner's VERY personal account of feud with Royal family friend

    Following a High Court victory over his former high profile business partner Guy Pelly,  entrepreneur and nightclub owner Howard Spooner asked DJM to represent him after being approached by newspapers wanting his exclusive story of his time working with Prince Harry’s close friend. We negotiated a double page spread...

  • Football manager Chris Coleman evicts wife and 4 kids as he plans future with Charlotte Jackson

    When Belinda Coleman and her family were told they were to be evicted from their home by her former husband, Chris Coleman, an ex-professional footballer and now manager they were left devastated. Belinda asked DJM to help tell her story not out of revenge but to highlight the plight of footballers' wives who have...

  • Oscar got away with murder of my sister: Trial was a 'grotesque pantomime', says Reeva's British brother in first interview

    When South African model Reeva Steenkamp was shot dead by Oscar Pistorius on February 14, 2013, the investigation and subsequent trial dominated world headlines. Reeva's devastated family and friends became the centre of frenzied media attention. Reeva's British-based brother Adam chose DJM to represent him after...

  • Kate Middleton's friend: How I sneaked a Labour MP in a dog's collar out of my sex party

    When 'Sextrepreneur' Emma Sayle founded Killing Kittens in 2005, little did she realise her female friendly erotic party business would develop into a global brand with over 40,000 members. Emma published her first book 'Behind The Mask' in April telling her remarkable story. Emma chose DJM to maximise its press and...

  • What a gold-plated life I picked up at POUNDLAND!

    Businessman Steve Smith founded what was to become the retail giant Poundland in 1990 with just a fax machine and an old desk. Now turning over close to a £1 billion a year its stores have transformed the High Street and given employment to thousands. After selling his business for £50 million just twelve years...

  • We'll never forgive Jo's killer..but we'll raise a toast to her this Christmas

    The father of murdered landscape architect Jo Yeates gave a moving interview  through DJM to The Sun newspaper on the third anniversary of her disappearance. Jo was later tragically found murdered on Christmas Day, 2010. Knowing each December media interest in their daughter's story resurfaces, David Yeates chose to...

  • Sven-Goran Eriksson's secret lover reveals he was seeing SIX women at once

    When Sven-Goran Eriksson published his candid autobiography, businesswoman Marisa Cauchi was approached by media outlets to talk about her life with the  former England football manager. Marisa chose DJM because she didn't want her story twisted in any way. We arranged a feature in The Sunday Mirror.

  • "I hope 999 crews remember my Wendy next time they put on their sirens and hurtle down the road" - Husband grieves for wife killed in ambulance smash

    Businessman Terry Williams tragically lost his wife Wendy after her car was hit by a speeding ambulance on the day he retired after a 40-year career. Following an inquest, Terry was bombarded with requests for interviews. DJM negotiated a ‘copy approved’ double-page spread allowing Terry to campaign for tighter...

  • Bankrupted by our boobs! It's a cautionary tale for every pop wannabe - the Cheeky Girls tell JAN MOIR how they spent £100,000 on nine breast operations

    DJM helped Romanian pop twins The Cheeky Girls gain significant positive media coverage in early 2013 to mark their 10th anniversary together. Apart from slots in celebrity magazines, DJM arranged features in two national newspapers.

  • "Michael Loved Controversy" - As we reach the fourth anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson, we speak to the megastar's former bodyguard Matt Fiddes.

    As Michael Jackson’s former bodyguard Matt Fiddes had experienced some unfavourable press which was also damaging his reputation as a businessman. Matt approached DJM asking David to handle his media profile. DJM generated positive newspaper and magazine coverage, whilst also arranging two interview slots on ITV’s...

  • "If we blabbed on Jimmy, the family would have been left with nothing": Savile's abused great niece tells how paedophile DJ bought his relatives' silence

    For decades, Caroline Robinson, the great niece of Jimmy Savile had kept quiet about the abuse she had suffered from her famous relative. As a family member, the media interest in Caroline was substantial. DJM was recommended to Caroline, and we managed her harrowing story as it broke across worldwide media channels...

  • He suffered an excruciating injury and saw his life and marriage fall apart. Now back with his family, Wood admits: I couldn't have done it without my wife

    Professional Rugby League player Paul Wood became the focus of worldwide media interest after he ruptured a testicle during the 2012 Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford. Whilst recovering, Paul’s personal life fell apart as he battled depression. With DJM’s help, Paul spoke about this often-taboo subject in a...

  • A frail football legend, his controlling third wife and a bitter feud destroying his family: The distraught son of Match of the Day's Jimmy Hill wonders why his wife won't let him take his fading father out for day trips from his care home

    When football and broadcasting legend Jimmy Hill was diagnosed with dementia, Jimmy’s youngest son Jamie wanted to highlight the complex and emotional issues involved when Power of Attorney is granted in families where sufferers have remarried. DJM arranged a double-page spread interview in the Mail on Sunday. Jamie...