As more Spoof writers come under the microscope following allegations of immoral and illicit behaviour, there has been a spirited backlash from writers for the popular satirical website TheSpoof.com
The Spoof's very own legal eagle, the legendary Queen Mudder responded with great dignity to allegations that she was involved with Edward before Mrs Simpson came on the scene.
"I had no part in his getting off with the Yank," she told us. "Eddie was always his own man, and quite frankly he was too much of a wimp for me. Mrs Simpson was welcome to him. I prefer a man with grande cojones myself. And in that respect Eddie simply didn't cut the mustard. Silverskin onions hardly equate with big bollocks."
We then had Duncan Whitehead the super spoofer, who was accused of involvement with Bethnal Green gangsters, the Krays.
"Cockney poof faggots," Duncan told us. "I'd never associate with trash like them. They were only midgets. If Ronnie or Reggie had ever come up to me getting in my face I'd have given 'em a fucking Blackpool slap and a kick up the arse. Cockney gangsters? I've shit 'em."
We then had snippet legend Bureau hauled over the coals being accused of writing speeches for George W Bush.
"No way did I ever do that," Bureau complained. "My brand of comedy is short, to the point, and if I may say, witty. Bush is a moron. There is no connection. seems to me that Spoof writers are being singled out for unfair treatment by J Edgar Hoover or somebody..."
To add insult to injury, Spoof writer Frankie the J was then accused of setting up an illicit confessional box in Saint Peter's Square in the Vatican City.
"That's just a crock of shit," Frankie the J told us. "I only ever set up one illicit confession booth, and that was in some crappy imaginary bar on a satirical website where I gave a discount to voluptuous ladies who wore no underwear and weren't adverse to a tickle or two. I never had anything to do with the Vatican."
We're wondering who's next in the firing line.
We'll bring it to you as we get it.