PC brands half-naked woman ‘dirty little whore’ after she finds her in lover’s flat

PC brands half-naked woman ‘dirty little whore’ after she finds her in lover’s flat

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A PC branded a half-naked woman a “dirty little whore” after she found her in her two-timing lover’s flat.

Toni Alden, 27, wrestled with Rob Exworthy, also a police officer, as she forced her way in.

PC Toni Alden called her two-timing copper lover’s new squeeze a ‘dirty whore’ when she caught the pair in bed

Ian Whittaker – The Sun

Copper Rob Exworthy rugby tackled PC Alden when she pushed past him into the bedroom[/caption]

Inside, she flung insults at the other woman, telling her to “shut the f**k up” and calling her a whore.

During the row, she smashed wine glasses, dumped bedding in the bin and the woman’s glasses were broken.

PC Alden, told a disciplinary panel: “It was upsetting to see someone in her knickers with someone you had been in a relationship with for two-and-a-half years. I would say I was quite animated.”

The Metropolitan Police officers worked at a West London station.

But their relationship had cooled in the months leading up to the incident in March 2018.

PC Alden went to the flat in Northolt, West London, to collect £150 and heard the woman’s voice inside, the panel heard.

VERBALLY ABUSIVE

Her boyfriend, repeatedly yelled “f**k off”, tried to shut the door, then rugby tackled her as she pushed past.

He said: “When I lifted her off the floor she was still holding on to the door frame with both hands.”

PC Alden was accused of calling the other woman a “dirty little whore” and levelling other insults.

She admitted: “I clearly told her to, ‘shut the f**k up, it had nothing to do with you’.”


But she insisted the woman’s glasses were broken by accident.

The panel found she was verbally abusive but cleared her of discreditable behaviour.

Chair Leslie Cuthbert said: “It did occur while she was off duty in a purely private and personal context.”


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