Forget about Life & Style, it’s a rag mag. The real story is why is people magazine that broke the story ignoring the birth. This is their current issue for Feb 8 and nowhere in the mag does it say the baby was born. Not even a simple sentence on the announcements page
And before you say maybe they went to press early, notice Michael Buble and his baby born the day after on Jan 22 is there
In November 2014, he moved to NYC from LA to pursue his modelling career:
Weirdly, he also seemed to then delete his Instagram account @lukepoole1994. His address wasn’t mistyped by this guy as it shows up again…
Strange, for an up and coming model?
New York didn’t seem to work out for him as the last mention I can find of him is as a photographers assistant for Irvin Rivera in LA - the same person who took the photos of him for Models Direct Management (this is a screenshot from Borealis Magazine, issue 6, page 50, January 2016).
So. Did modelling not work out for him? Is that why he’s trying to get his name in the press? Or was there another reason he had to return to LA?
Curiouser and curiouser. I feel like we will be hearing more from Luke soon…
EDIT: There are two other Instagram accounts - @luke_poole100 and @lukepoole100, which both also seem like they could be him. The first has no posts but follows/is followed by over a thousand shady looking people; the second has posts from LA but nothing more recently than 77 weeks ago. So I guess @lukepoole1994 is the most recent account, which has now been wiped.
Not really a magazine, it was a weekly
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