Labour member of parliament Simon Danczuk. © Andrew Yates / Reuters
First he was caught sexting a teenager. Then he was quizzed over rape allegations. Now disgraced MP Simon Danczuk is alleged to have had a ‘spanking session’ with a 22-year-old woman on his taxpayer-funded constituency office desk.
An unnamed young woman has come forward to reveal how “sex mad” former Labour politician Danczuk sent her thousands of filthy texts before having unprotected sex in his Rochdale office.
The two lovers are said to have met on Twitter, days before the illicit encounter.
An hour after their first contact, 49-year-old Danczuk told her she made him “horny.”
The woman said she had shared two bottles of wine on a pub date with the MP four days later before asking him, “Please will you bend me over your desk?”
“He was sex mad,” she told the Sun newspaper.
OK, just a minute, who was sex mad? I think they both were.
“I felt quite privileged to be in there with such a well-known MP. It was quite a turn-on. Looking back, it was so irresponsible, he shouldn’t have been using his office as a sex pad.
She asked him to bend her over his desk, and then complains that he was misusing his office?
I think this girl has the makings of a politician.
“But I just went along with it because I fancied him.
“He’s meant to be a respected pillar of the community, but behaves like a horny teenager,” the woman added regretfully.
“I still won’t vote Labour though,” the woman retorted.
Danczuk was suspended from the Labour Party last year after he was caught sending 17-year-old Sophena Houlihan a series of explicit texts after she contacted him about a job.
Danczuk was MP for Rochdale and one of a few who pushed hard for an inquiry into child sex abuse in the UK. I considered him a hero, but, unfortunately he has fallen a long way since then. Danczuk co-wrote a book on the horrors of former Rochdale MP Cyril Smith's now legendary pedophilia.
Rochdale: The Rochdale sex trafficking gang preyed on under-age white teenage girls in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England. Gang members were convicted of sex trafficking and other offences including rape, trafficking girls for sex and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child, on 8 May 2012. Forty-seven girls were identified as victims of child sexual exploitation during the police investigation. The men were all British Pakistanis except for one man from Afghanistan. The girls were all white British which led to a nation wide discussion of whether the crimes were racially motivated, and whether the failure to investigate them was linked to the authorities' fear of being accused of racism. In March 2015, Greater Manchester Police apologised for its failure to investigate the child sexual exploitation allegations more thoroughly between 2008 and 2010.
In April 2016, a second Rochdale sex trafficking gang, consisting of 10 men, was convicted to a total of 125 years in prison. In March 2015, ten men aged between 26 and 45 were each charged, as part of Operation Doublet, with serious sex offences against seven females who were aged between 13 and 23 at the time. The alleged offences took place in Rochdale between 2005 and 2013, and included rape, conspiracy to rape, inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, sexual activity with a child, and sexual assault. Ian Wiggett, the Assistant Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police said that, so far, 65 people had been arrested as part of Operation Doublet.
8 of the nine men sentenced have south Asian, Muslim names.
As he is currently not answerable to any party, he won’t be facing disciplinary action over the office romp claims.
Danczuk claimed more than £16,000 (US$21,100) in expenses linked to his office costs last year.
In January this year, he was questioned over a historical rape allegation, which Danczuk dismissed as lies. His ex-wife and self-proclaimed ‘selfie-queen’ Karen supported his claim of innocence.