A new sex scandal splashes royalty and Queen Elizabeth. Simon Bowes-Lyon, the 19th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, admitted in court to having broken into the room of a 26-year-old woman who resides in his mansion.
In this way, the complaint is added to the sex scandal of Prince Andrew that worries Elizabeth II and the debates surrounding the departure of Prince Harry from the royal family.
Bowes-Lyon is now known to the British press as the queen’s predatory cousin. The kinship that one in Bowes-Lyon con Isabel II It comes through his father, who was actually the queen mother’s great-nephew. It was revealed that Simon could receive a sentence of up to five years in prison for being the alleged perpetrator of a sexual assault that would have occurred in the ancestral mansion of Glamis Castle, in Scotland, where his family has lived since 1372.
Bowes-Lyon is 34 years old and introduced himself as a farmer when the police arrested him. Then in Dundee court he admitted the crime in February last year. The man said he forcibly entered the room where the victim (a 26-year-old woman) slept at dawn. He touched her, pushed her, and tried to sexually abuse her.
The entire attack lasted 20 minutes. During that time, the woman explicitly rejected him and he was offended by her refusal to have sex with him and insulted her. Fortunately, the woman began to scream and got help from other guests of the mansion. In an official statement, Bowes-Lyon apologized, he said he was drunk and said he was deeply ashamed of his actions.