Post link 29 July 2015, 23:08
Lord Sewel 'bragged of sex with married BBC star during drug-fuelled romp with hookers'


The disgraced peer claims it was a "one-off shag" but the BBC woman at the centre of the allegation says the claims are "categorically untrue"

Lord Sewel claimed to have bedded a married BBC star “in the attic” as he bragged about numerous affairs during a drug-fuelled romp with hookers.

The disgraced peer alleges he had a “one-off shag” with the TV personality because she was “happily married”.

His boast came as he admitted to prostitutes that he had committed adultery with 13 women - not including sex workers - over a 17 year period.

Last night the BBC woman at the centre of his allegations denied the story saying it was “categorically untrue.”

The alleged boast was revealed as police armed with a battering ram last night searched Lord Sewel's flat after he was filmed allegedly taking cocaine with prostitutes.

Officers accompanied by a sniffer dog were seen preparing to enter the peer’s home in Dolphin Square, central London as Scotland Yard formally announced it had launched a probe into the footage.
Dolphin Square where Lord Sewel allegedly took drugs with sex workers

Seven plain clothes officers arrived followed by two uniformed PCs armed with a battering ram just before 6pm.

A police dog handler was also among the team searching the peer’s eighth floor home where he is alleged to have taken the drugs.

While security guards patrolled outside the entrance to his block, another police officer arrived on a bicycle.

The married father of four is being investigated by officers from Scotland Yard’s Special Enquiry Team of the Homicide and Major Crime Command.
David Dyson Police leave the London home of Lord Sewel carry a clear pastic bag

Scotland Yard confirmed that a warrant to search the disgraced peer’s flat had been granted by magistrates under the Misuse Of Drugs Act this afternoon. He has not been arrested.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “The Metropolitan Police Service has today launched a criminal investigation into allegations of drug-related offences involving a member of the House of Lords.
This is the moment Baron John Sewel, 69, was caught on camera snorting a white substance off a table with a rolled-up £5 note during an apparent drug-fuelled sex session with two prostitutes at his central London flat

“A warrant under Section 23 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, was today granted at Westminster Magistrates’ Court. The warrant was executed at 6pm at an address in central London by officers from the Special Enquiry Team of the Homicide and Major Crime Command (HMCC).

“No arrests have been made at this stage and inquiries are ongoing. One complaint in relation to this matter has been received. Our investigation commenced prior to this.”

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