Nancy Nathalie is a journalist in a gossip and sensation magazine that makes most others like it look like publications from the Salvation Army. In her workplace there are no caution paragraphs in use, but it encourages an even more lenient handling of the truth than the in other magazines of it’s kind. Threats, harassment, stalking, burglary and telephone terrorism are just some of the means that will be used when her magazine is looking for new angles.
Nancy Nathalie profession, if it can be called that, of course makes her a favourite interlocutor among west-end’s beautiful people at Moxie’s who have relatively little to fill their time with apart from backstabbing and gossip. Regrettable enough for themselves, none of the regulars even managed to reach the c – celebrity layer, so they consider themselves to be on safe ground in conversation with the journalist. And Nancy Nathalie of course share the goodies in form of magazine rumours, free fantasies and outright lies. Among her own few friends and family, she does not have a particularly high status, so the popularity she enjoys in Moxie’s is a great comfort.
Nancy Nathalie is both on a personal and professional level false, fawning, deceitful, at times threatening and vicious, like most others in the gossip and sensational press. This of course does not bother the regulars at Moxie’s the least. They happily sit down at her table for a juicy round of gossip.