Katie Price shocked and disturbed By disgusting’ comments About son in police WhatsApp group
A misconduct hearing at the Met Police’s South East Command Unit has told eight officers who allegedly posted comments that were sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, and “glorifying sexual violence against women”.
Former glamor model a misconduct hearing
When officers from the Southeast Command Unit allegedly posted sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, and “glorified sexual violence against women” comments. Between May 2016 and June 2018, the “Secret Squirrel S** Eight serving and former officers faced gross misconduct hearing after part of a WhatsApp group called *”.
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The slight difficulty for the fridge and biscuit jar
After seeing the comments, Price told ITV News on Tuesday: “I’ve got some of the comments here and some just too shocking to say.” Here’s one that contains a terrible swear word, it says: ‘A [ swear words], he cannot see and can find his way to the fridge and the biscuit jar with little difficulty.’ He’s making fun of Harvey for born blind again.” She described another “disgusting” message referencing Harvey, who has Prader-Willi syndrome and autism.
Price, 44, said
It’s shocking, it’s shocking, and it bothers me. It really bothers me but I have to be strong because I have five kids and the other four will read about it and know and I have to be strong for Harvey.” I look up to the officers and I teach my kids to say that the police will protect them.
Apologies to the force and Met Police Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley
“I respect a lot of the police out there [they] really, really do — they do an amazing job, but to be let down by people like this.” The hearing is due to end on Friday and Price Said she wanted an apology from the force and Met Police Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley once it was concluded. Ex-Sgt Luke Thomas, ex-Acting Sgt Luke Allen, ex-PC Kelsey Buchan, ex-PC Carlo Francisco, ex-PC Lee South, ex-PC Darren Jenner, PC Glyn Rees, and Officer B, who granted anonymity, faced their first day of a gross misconduct hearing at the Empress State Building in Fulham, west London, on Tuesday.