‘It defies belief.’ As a ‘badge of honor,’ murderer Wayne Couzens brought a prostitute to the Met party.
MURDERER Wayne Couzens allegedly brought a prostitute to a Met Police party, and the sex worker was misinterpreted as him flaunting a “badge of honour.”
Couzens, 48, is said to have referred to her as his “piece of brass.” The Sun spoke to a source at a fellow officer’s anniversary party at the Hilton in Maidstone, Kent. “We knew Wayne was married and anticipated him to show up with his wife,” they alleged.
“Instead, when he arrived with this woman dressed to the nines, mouths fell.
“He didn’t hide the fact that she was an escort.”
“My wife is unable to attend, so I’ve brought this brass with me,” he explained.
Mr Couzens was allegedly seen in the restrooms, according to the source. “He was joking about it and said to me, ‘you know how it is, sometimes you have to pay for it,’” they said.
“He used to say strange things about sex all the time.
“I wasn’t the only one who got the creeps from him.”
“It’s horrible to think that him showing up with a prostitute would have been a badge of honor among cops,” Sue Fish, the ex-Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire, said.
“It’s hard to believe no one thought to bring this up with their superiors.”
According to Couzens, the disclosures will increase pressure on Scotland Yard chief Cressida Dick over the police’s failure to spot the threat.
A prostitute also turned up at Sarah Everard’s killer’s station, according to his coworkers.
Couzens’ Met police colleagues allegedly summoned him from patrol to resolve the problem.
He allegedly went to a cash machine to pay the prostitute.
He was stationed in Bromley, South London, at the time of the incident.
“This woman wouldn’t leave until she spoke with him,” a source told The Sun, referring to the cashpoint incident.
“When he returned from the ATM, he informed me that she was Eastern European.”
“He then said he couldn’t be fooling with her or the folks who were looking after her.”
Sarah Everard was kidnapped, raped, and murdered in March 2021, and the killer was sentenced to life in prison.