Revealed: Top Tory MP’s aide accused of selling sex on sugar daddy website is a civil service ‘poster girl’ who was fast-tracked for government career
- The housing minister’s aide is reported to have posted pictures on the website
- It is claimed that she spoke about having sex in her boss’s Westminster office
- The woman allegedly told an undercover reporter she ‘knew his every move’
A top MP’s diary secretary accused of selling sex on a sugar daddy website is a ‘poster girl’ for the civil service, MailOnline can reveal.
The 20-year-old, Housing Minister Dominic Raab’s Diary Secretary, who has been suspended from work over the scandal, was a fast tracked apprentice who appeared in promotional videos for the government extolling the virtues of working in the public sector.
The woman, who lives with her parents in Twickenham, west London, has not been seen since the story broke today of her allegedly selling sex on the escort site.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Housing, Culture and Local Government said she had been suspended while an investigation is carried out.
The flame-haired secretary raised security fears when she allegedly boasted to an undercover reporter that she would ‘love to get sacked’ for romping on her boss’s desk.
A top MP’s diary secretary accused of selling sex on a sugar daddy website is a ‘poster girl’ for the civil service, MailOnline can reveal
The 20-year-old, Housing Minister Dominic Raab’s Diary Secretary, who has been suspended from work over the scandal, was a fast tracked apprentice who appeared in promotional videos for the government extolling the virtues of working in the public sector
She reportedly made herself a blackmail target when she told the journalist all about her job – and boasted that she ran Mr Raab’s diary and ‘knows his every move’.
She reportedly bragged that her role is to ‘run his life’ – adding: ‘I know his every move. I know where he is today.’
She joined the civil service aged 16 after dropping out of college A-Level studies and such was her success that she was featured in an article for the apprenticeship scheme.
Housing Minister Dominic Raab’s Diary Secretary is said to have boasted that she knew his every move
In the article she says of the scheme: ‘My apprenticeship has truly changed the course of my early life, and I am grateful to have been given such an opportunity.’
She goes on to say how she had been looking at Oxbridge Universities until she applied for an apprenticeship with the Civil Service which had been set up by David Cameron when he was Prime Minister.
She said: ‘One of the most beneficial parts of my Apprenticeship was focusing on meeting and greeting visitors. This helped me understand how my role as an apprentice allowed me to be an ambassador for both the department, and the overall objective within the Civil Service of increasing the number of opportunities available to young people.’
When the article was published the woman said she was based in the Private Office of the Department of Communities and Local Government.
Nick Adams, special advisor for the department, said of their young recruit in the article: ‘She has been fantastic since she joined DCLG, her energy and optimism has really shown through in the way she approaches her work.
‘She diligently approaches tasks supporting Secretary of State and is not afraid to approach much more senior people in the organisation.’
She also appears on a promotional video for the civil service, walking across Westminster Bridge dressed in a suit with her arms stretched out wide.
On the video, she says: ‘People think civil servants are a bunch of pen pushers…’ as Rebecca continues ‘in boring old offices!’ before other young people publicise the benefits of working at Whitehall.
The Mirror said it had decided to publish the story to highlight the risks to MPs when a close aide make themselves a possible blackmail target.
Ex-Scotland Yard royal protection chief Dai Davies said it was a huge security breach in the staff of Mr Raab, who has been tipped as a future Prime Minister.
‘This revelation should cause grave concerns for those responsible for protection of our most senior politicians. ‘This individual knows a great deal of sensitive information yet she does not even know who she is revealing it to. If she is being so open with someone she does not even know who she is revealing it to,’ he told The Mirror.
The woman, who lives with her parents in Twickenham, west London, has not been seen since the story broke this morning of her allegedly selling sex on the escort site
The flame-haired secretary at the centre of the sex scandal is the sister of a star of the popular Channel Four reality show First Dates
The newspaper said that Mr Raab could be in the sights of hostile forces after threatening Russia with a ‘wide range of sanctions’ after the nerve agent attack on a spy in Salisbury last month.
In her meeting with the reporter, the aide claimed to earn up to £5,000 a month from rich clients – including an aide to the Arab royals.
She told the reporter: ‘You’ve got my undivided attention for a few hours on Saturday. I’ll let your imagination run wild as to what you wish to do with that.’
When asked directly what she was prepared to do for £750, she replied: ‘Whatever you would like to be on offer. You may have full undisputed access to me. I have success at this. I’m a very sensual person. I’m very open.’
She is the sister of a star of the popular Channel Four reality show First Dates.
Her social media is full of photos from the show as well as others showing her sister. She has 70,000 followers. In one photo she cuddles up to her sister and speaks glowingly of their love for each other.
Her sister – the government worker – has since disabled her social media profile and her father refused to make any comment when approached at the family home.
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