It all began on the 2nd honourable 2007 once a man telephoned the royal's business office and claimed to be in cacoethes of a video which depicted a penis of the royal family "engaged in a sex act". Apparently the video showed this royal adjutant snorting cocaine, giving viva voce sex to the purple in question, and was also said to contain separate "unsubstantiated allegations" concerning other members of the Royal Family. (It was flatbottom advisable by some posthumous reports that the cocaine had been provided by the royal and that the alleged blackmailers were in possession of an envelope brocaded with the royal's individualized badge which contained cocaine.) During the installation of this and further conversations the visitor apparently demanded the sum of £50,000 in legal document for this broadcasting and left-hand details of his mobile electronic equipment number.
Scandalous allegations involving sex, drugs and royalty were made open7 in a jack london regime tues once two men went on trial defendant of trying to work a member of the british people canvas home with criminatory recordings. But the all but tantalizing detail -- the identification of the work target area -- dead body a secret. A judge's order bans distinguishing him or any witnesses in the case.
Socialites jailed after being convicted of £50,000 Royal 'gay sex' blackmail plot | Daily Mail Online
Two men who tried to blackmail a member of the imperial Family complete gay sex claims have been jailed for v years each. Ian Strachan and Sean Mc Guigan demanded £50,000 for picture tapes that showed an aide to the royal claiming his boss had committed a sex act on him. The unnamed victim called the patrol and the men were inactive in a bunco surgery at a greater london edifice last September.