Intestina Harradin, CEO of the troubled UK Bully Helping Line, told reporters today that she had recently received a call from herself.
In an earlier press statement she said she indicated that she had been let down by the charity's patrons, competitor charities and people with an axe to grind, including former clients.
"I rang the UK Bully Helping Line number and the woman I got through to said all this bad press sounded like bullying to her."
Harradin said: "I didn't realise at first, but the woman I spoke to was, in fact, me. I felt very reassured by the advice she gave and welcomed her immediate referral of my call to her investigation company for an impartial, independent investigation of my concerns."
The investigation report, written by Harradin and released later the same day, described Harradin as a shining pillar of the community who does not deserve all the bad press, and a victim of everyone else, including Gordon Drown and Ann Witherspoon.