Tory’s diary secretary caught selling sex on ‘Sugar Daddy’ website

‘I’d do it on his desk for £750!’: Top Tory minister Dominic Raab’s diary secretary sparks security fears after she’s exposed ‘selling SEX on Sugar Daddy’ website where she bragged about ‘knowing his every move’

  • 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’ 
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The diary secretary of Conservative minister Dominic Raab has allegedly been caught selling sex on a ‘sugar daddy’ website.

The housing minister’s aide allegedly boasted that she knew her boss’s ‘every move’ as she spoke to a prospective client. 

The Ministry of Housing is investigating the allegations after it was claimed  the 20-year-old told an undercover reporter that she ‘knows everything about’ the Tory politician.

She reportedly said that she would ‘love to get sacked’ for having sex on her boss’s desk, amid fears that the secretary could be blackmailed, the Daily Mirror reports. 


The diary secretary of Conservative minister Dominic Raab (pictured) has apparently been caught selling sex on a ‘sugar daddy’ website

The employee met twice with an undercover journalist posing as a wealthy businessman, including at a five-star hotel less than a mile from the House of Commons. 

In the newspaper sting she allegedly offered ‘full undisputed access’ for £750 and laughed about having sex on Raab’s desk. 

There is no suggestion that Mr Raab was aware of the woman’s actions. 

It is reported that she posted a number of pictures of herself on a website which sets ‘sugar daddies’ up with so-called ‘sugar babies’. 


Mr Raab has been MP for Esher and Walton since 2010, and was appointed a housing minister earlier this year

The woman apparently posted a picture of herself knocking on the door of 10 Downing Street after she was invited to a drinks reception while David Cameron was Prime Minister. 

The Mirror’s undercover reporter was allegedly told that she aimed to make as much as £5,000 a month from her clients.

She is also said to have described Mr Raab as being ‘very dismissive’, saying that ‘you have to be very straight with him’.  

Mr Raab has been MP for Esher and Walton since 2010, and was appointed a housing minister earlier this year. 

A spokeswoman for the MHCLG said: ‘We are aware of this allegation against one of our members of staff, and are investigating.

‘There is no suggestion that any Official information has been disclosed.’ 

What are the laws in the UK on prostitution?

Prostitution is not wholly illegal in the UK, but many activities surrounding it are deemed unlawful.

People are allowed to both sell and pay for sex. However in Northern Ireland, the laws are different, and it is illegal to pay for sex since June 2015.

Working as a prostitute in private is not an offence, and neither is working as an outcall escort. 

Nor is it illegal for prostitutes to sell sex at a brothel provided they are not involved in management or control of the brothel.

Under the Sexual Offences Act 2003, it is an offence to cause or incite prostitution or control it for personal gain, sometimes referred to as ‘pimping’

The 1956 Sexual Offences Act bans running a brothel and it’s against the law to loiter or solicit sex on the street.

Kerb-crawling is also banned, providing it can be shown the individual was causing a persistent annoyance.

Adverts placed in phone boxes have been banned since 2001.

Human trafficking, in which many women are forced into prostitution is also covered by the laws.

There are also general laws on public nuisance and decency which can be used to target the sex trade.

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