Natalie Rowe Arrested After Tweeting Pic Of George Osborne
Dominatrix nicked after posting pic of 'trollied' Tory
Ex-Dominatrix Natalie Rowe has been arrested after posting a picture of Tory MP George Osborne. Cops nicked the ex-madam, AKA Miss Whiplash, after she tweeted the image of the Chancellor “off his trolley” in her London flat.
“Osborne reckons that he BARELY knew me – here he is in my flat, off his trolley, a client looks on, who looks a plonker”, she posted on the social networking site.
Cops arrested Rowe, who ran the first ever London escort agency exclusively for ethnic women, after she tweeted the picture of the partying MP. In 2011, she claimed she was a close friend of Osborne, alleging that he used to take cocaine with the call-girl during wild parties in the 90s; also supplying prostitutes for his friends.
She told Australia’s Lateline TV, “The paddles, the whips, the chains and the handcuffs… George was pretty intrigued by that side of me”.
“On that particular night he had taken a line (of cocaine) and I said to George, jokingly, ‘when you’re Prime Minister one day I’ll have all of the dirty goods on you’. He laughed and took a big fat line of cocaine”.
He has strongly denied the allegations.
Last year, police raided Rowe’s London home in an attempted drugs bust but no narcotics were found in the property. The mistress states that she was suspicious that the raid may have been related to Osborne, as it happened 48 hours after Sunday People reported that she was going to release tell-all memoirs about her relationship with him - a book entitled Chief Whip: Memoirs of a Dominatrix. So what it her crime?
She told the paper, “I don’t do drugs, I don’t deal drugs, so why was the Drug Squad storming through my home like I was running a cartel?”
Rowe states that an officer asked her if she was publishing her memoirs and that if she filed a complaint against the police, she would be opening up a “whole can of worms”. This prompted her speculation.
“I’d like to think that the fact I’ve been unfairly targeted has nothing to do with my book… which happens to be very embarrassing for the Chancellor”.
“I’m not into conspiracy theories, but it’s certainly made me wonder”.