The Metropolitan Police officer who killed Sarah Everard faces new investigations after being accused of sexually assaulting a drag queen.
Wayne Couzens, currently serving a life sentence for the abduction, rape and murder of 33-year-old Ms. Everard, allegedly carried out the attack at a bar in her hometown of Deal, Kent, in 2018.
The costumed tranny claimed that Wayne Couzens assaulted her while standing in a bar and then asked them to engage in sexual activity in a nearby alley.
He claims that Couzens revealed he was a police officer after he told him to stop.
“It went to my crotch and I was like, ‘Oi, stop it. My partner is there.’ ‘Do you know who I am?’ said. and I went, ‘Do you know who I am?’ Mirror.
“I told him my stage name and he said, ‘I’m a cop. I told him, ‘I don’t care who you are, don’t touch me.
“After we’ve calmed down a bit, ‘Would you like to turn around in a dark place and give me a job?’ said. I said to him, ‘I told you, fuck off’.”
The alleged victim, who reported the incident to the Kent Police after Ms. Everard’s case was announced, said she feared she would not be taken seriously if she brought the case to the police.
“I didn’t tell my friends about it – I’m embarrassed,” he added. “Now I stay close to my partner whenever I go out, I won’t stray. I don’t go to the bar alone anymore.”
City Police said in a statement. Independent He was notified of the alleged incident, which is said to have taken place between April and October 2018.
Power added that the matter has since been referred to the Metropolitan Police.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said: “We can confirm that the Met received a criminal report from the City Police regarding an alleged sexual assault at a bar in Deal in the summer of 2018. Detectives are evaluating the information and investigations are continuing.”
The allegation is the latest to emerge after Couzens was convicted of murdering Ms. Everard. It was also reported that in the past weeks the former officer brought a prostitute to a party and an escort once came to a police station to look for her.
Couzens is also believed to have participated in a WhatsApp group chat with five other officers, the content of which was investigated by the police guard for gross misconduct.