EXCLUSIVE: Singing Holocaust denier disowned by her own daughter

EXCLUSIVE – ‘The last thing I want is her to get in touch’: Family abandons ‘manipulative’ Holocaust denier who sang about Auschwitz being a ‘theme park’ and mocked Anne Frank

  • Alizon Chabloz, 53, was found guilty of hate crimes after denying the Holocaust and mocking survivors in her songs
  • Her daughter has disowned her and her elderly parents have thrown her out
  • Her former bandmates described her as ‘manipulative’ and she was barred from the local Labour club where she used to perform at pro-Palestinian events
  • Fiyaz Mughal, the founder of Tell Mama, an anti-Islamophobic charity, stood by her when she was sacked for anti-Semitism but has since distanced himself 

A Holocaust denier who sang about Auschwitz being a ‘theme park’ before mocking Anne Frank was sacked as a cruise ship entertainer and has been abandoned by her family, MailOnline can reveal.

Alizon Chabloz, 54, a controversial blogger who said the gassing of millions of Jews was a hoax, has been kicked out of the home she shared with her elderly parents and hasn’t spoken to her daughter for three years.

The blogger – described by former friends as ‘highly manipulative and controlling’ – laughed and sang as her ‘grossly offensive’ songs mocking Holocaust survivors were played in court before she was convicted of hate crimes today.

Today she was convicted at Westminster Magistrates’ Court of three charges relating to her songs when judge John Zani said he was satisfied Chabloz intended to insult Jewish people.

Alison Chabloz grinned as she arrived at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today where she was convicted for hate crimes over anti-Semitic songs where she called Auschwitz a ‘theme park’

Chabloz, who was born in Manchester, has been abandoned by her family over her holocaust denial. She was also kicked out of a band she played in called Pig In The Middle (pictured). Bandmate Ralph Smethurs (right) described her as ‘highly manipulative and controlling’

The elderly parents of Chabloz (pictured performing one of her songs on YouTube) have kicked her out of their home in Derbyshire home where she moved to after she was sacked from her job as a cruise ship entertainer for her anti-Semitic views

Chabloz beamed as she arrived at court and her supporters cried ‘shame’ from the public gallery.

But behind her bravado, the YouTube blogger who claimed the Holocaust was a hoax, has a bleak personal life. 

She has been jobless since 2014 when she was ordered off a cruise ship where she worked – and was forced to move into the home of her parents, Leslie and Audrey Tyrer, in Charlesworth, Derbyshire.

But Mr Tyrer, 78, a retired insurance broker, told MailOnline that he had kicked her out several months ago. 

‘I have no contact with her,’ he said. ‘The last thing I want in life is my 50-odd-year-old daughter getting in contact with me. She used to live here at the family home but doesn’t now.’

Her daughter Carmel, 26, a ski instructor, who lives with her father above his small flooring business in the pretty mountain village of Chateau D’Oex, hasn’t spoken to her mother for three years. 

‘I’m not in contact with my mother at the moment and I don’t know anything she’s doing,’ she said.

Carmel’s father Pierre, who was married to Chabloz for 22 years, has ‘cut all connection’ to her, as has his brother Christophe Chabloz, according to Christophe’s ex-wife, Isabelle.

Chabloz, pictured performing the anti-Semitic quenelle gesture, a reversed Nazi salute, has no contact with her daughter, a ski instructor, who lives with her father in Switzerland


Chabloz, born in Manchester, pictured right making the offensive quenelle gesture, has been jobless since she was ordered off a cruise ship where she worked. During her trial for hate crimes she even travelled to France to perform at the IV Forum De l’Europe, a far-Right nationalist convention where she posed with a statue of Joan of Arc (right)

‘We have no contact with her at all, nothing and we don’t even know where she is,’ said Isabelle, who lives in nearby Échallens.

Chabloz, who went to school at Bredbury Comprehensive, in Stockport, was sacked by the German cruise company Aida when an activist complained about her anti-Semitism and left stranded in Germany when she was unable to board the ship.

A former friend Fiyaz Mughal, founder of anti-Islamophobia charity Tell MAMA, initially stood by her and offered her money to get home.

But he told MailOnline it was a mistake and he has since cut all ties with her, adding: ‘We felt used and it was a wake up call for us that anti-Semites were trying to use us.’

In 2016, Chabloz was expelled from her folk band, Pig In The Middle, because of her ‘obsessive anti-Jewish fixation’.

Chabloz was banned from the Glossop Labour social club (pictured) where she used to perform at pro-Palestinian events

A letter from the Glossop Labour Club to Alison Chabloz banning her from the premises. In it they said: ‘We feel that some of your specific posts and the general tenor of what you are communicating has become anti-Semitic.’

Ralph Smethurs, one of her two former bandmates, said that he ‘wouldn’t touch her with a bargepole’.

‘She is highly manipulative and controlling, and she has daft views,’ he said.

‘She said she seriously suspected the earth was flat. We tried to turn a deaf ear but we couldn’t ignore it. She’s crackers. It’s a shame because we had a good sound.’

The same year she was barred from the Edinburgh Fringe comedy festival after being pictured performing the anti-Semitic quenelle gesture, a reversed Nazi salute.

She was also barred from her local Labour social club where she used to perform at pro-Palestinian events.

In a letter, they told her: ‘We feel that some of your specific posts and the general tenor of what you are communicating has become anti-Semitic.’

Gwyneth Francis, the club secretary, added: ‘We had absolutely no idea about her racist views and if we had we would never have been associated with her.’ 

Chabloz, who studied at University of Liverpool before moving to music college in Geneva where she met Pierre, describes herself as a ‘white nationalist’ on her blog.

She claimed she was being victimised because of her talents as part of an effort to cut down the ‘tall poppies’ and ‘spoil the chances of a nationalist revival’.

She also boasted that ‘whatever the verdict [of her trial], it’s a win-win situation’ as it would gain publicity for Holocaust denial and ‘British nationalism’.

‘There is no doubt in my mind that a guilty verdict as far as my music is concerned will have been worth every note, every bar, right down to the final chord,’ she bragged.

Alison Chabloz, third from left, poses with former bandmates at a pro-Palestinian concert at the Glossop Labour Club. She has since been thrown out of both band and club

In a show of defiance, during her trial Chabloz even travelled to France to perform at the IV Forum De l’Europe, a far-Right nationalist convention.

She also attended a march by the Parti Nationaliste Français, an extreme French far-Right party, where she posed with a statue of Joan of Arc.

In April she appeared on an underground anti-Semitic internet radio programme when she said: ‘There is something in Jewish behaviour which leads to them being hated… in fact it’s the Jews who’ve never learnt.’

And last year she performed at the London Forum, a ‘white supremacist’ event where the notorious Holocaust denier David Irving gave a rambling speech and Chabloz again performed the quenelle salute.

Chabloz will be sentenced later today. 

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