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What happened to the Chk-Chk Boom Girl? Viral sensation Clare Werbeloff (photo) returned her fame and now has a very responsible career, says former manager Max Markson

What happened to the Chk-Chk Boom Girl? Viral sensation Clare Werbeloff returned from fame and now has a very responsible career 10 years later

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The & # 39; eyewitness account & # 39; by Clare Werbeloff from a 19-year-old Clare Werbeloff from a shooting in the Kings Cross district in Sydney in May 2009 made her a big celebrity.

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Her breathless TV interview about & # 39; wog & # 39; about & # 39; wog & # 39; violence was considered too good to be true – which turned out to be because later she told the police that it was all a hoax.

After becoming an internet phenomenon in the months that followed, it became & # 39; Chk-Chk Boom Girl & # 39; since then fallen into oblivion … but what does she do with herself now?

What happened to the Chk-Chk Boom Girl? Viral sensation Clare Werbeloff (photo) returned her fame and now has a very responsible career, says former manager Max Markson

What happened to the Chk-Chk Boom Girl? Viral sensation Clare Werbeloff (photo) returned her fame and now has a very responsible career, says former manager Max Markson

That question was answered on Thursday by the former manager of Clare, Max Markson.

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During an interview with the Mumbrellacast podcast, Max said: & # 39; Clare doesn't want to know anything about anything (media related).

& # 39; I'm still getting phone calls, & # 39; does Clare do this? Will Clare do that? & # 39; I spoke to her and she doesn't want to do anything. & # 39;

Nineteen year old Clare & # 39; s & # 39; eyewitness account & # 39; from a recording in the Kings Cross district in Sydney in May 2009 made her a & # 39; night celebrity

Nineteen year old Clare & # 39; s & # 39; eyewitness account & # 39; from a recording in the Kings Cross district in Sydney in May 2009 made her a & # 39; night celebrity

Remember her? The & # 39; eyewitness account & # 39; by Clare Werbeloff from a 19-year-old Clare Werbeloff from a shooting in the Kings Cross district in Sydney in May 2009 made her a big celebrity. Pictured with Max Markson on August 8, 2009 in Sydney

He added: & I think she is doing it … not social work, but care … or speech therapy. She has a good job (and has) a good life. & # 39;

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Clare was 19 in May 2009 when she published a colorful (and completely fabricated) & # 39; eyewitness account & # 39; from a recording in Kings Cross to news camera & # 39; s.

Despite not seeing anything, she told Channel Nine reporters on the spot: & There were two wounds that fought!

Further on: during an interview with the Mumbrellacast podcast on Thursday, Max said: & # 39; Clare doesn't want to know about anything (media related). I still get phone calls: "Will Clare do this? Will Clare do that?" I spoke to her and she doesn't want to do anything & # 39;

Further on: during an interview with the Mumbrellacast podcast on Thursday, Max said: & # 39; Clare doesn't want to know about anything (media related). I still get phone calls: "Will Clare do this? Will Clare do that?" I spoke to her and she doesn't want to do anything & # 39;

Further on: during an interview with the Mumbrellacast podcast on Thursday, Max said: & # 39; Clare doesn't want to know about anything (media related). I still get phone calls: "Will Clare do this? Will Clare do that?" I spoke to her and she doesn't want to do anything & # 39;

& # 39; The thicker wog said to the leanest wog: & # 39; O bro, you slept with my cousin! & # 39; And the other said, "Nah man, I'm not for s ** t, eh," and the other goes, "I'll call my completely sick boys, eh!" and then drew a gun and went "CHK-CHK BOOM!"

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While her version of the events was made up, she later insisted that she had no bad intentions and that naive & # 39; just wanted to become famous & # 39 ;.

The footage eventually went viral, leading to exclusive interviews with TV shows such as A Current Affair and even a cover shoot for Ralph magazine.

Notorious: Clare & # 39; s news interview eventually went viral, leading to exclusive interviews with TV shows such as A Current Affair and even a cover shoot for Ralph magazine

Notorious: Clare & # 39; s news interview eventually went viral, leading to exclusive interviews with TV shows such as A Current Affair and even a cover shoot for Ralph magazine

Notorious: Clare & # 39; s news interview eventually went viral, leading to exclusive interviews with TV shows such as A Current Affair and even a cover shoot for Ralph magazine

She later said that the & # 39; worst & # 39; to the incident was & # 39; people accusing (her) of being racist & # 39; because of her use of the term & # 39; wog & # 39 ;.

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She managed to extend her fifteen minutes of fame after her account was exposed as a joke, by signing with Max and becoming something of a Sydney socialist.

Max & # 39; s other notorious former customers are & # 39; party boy & # 39; Corey Worthington, Lara Bingle and Candice Warner (born Falzon).

Remember him? Max & # 39; s other notorious former customers are & # 39; party boy & # 39; Corey Worthington (photo during his infamous interview with the A Current Affair), Lara Bingle and Candice Warner

Remember him? Max & # 39; s other notorious former customers are & # 39; party boy & # 39; Corey Worthington (photo during his infamous interview with the A Current Affair), Lara Bingle and Candice Warner

Remember him? Max & # 39; s other notorious former customers are & # 39; party boy & # 39; Corey Worthington (photo during his infamous interview with the A Current Affair), Lara Bingle and Candice Warner

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