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Former prostitute pictured with George Osborne is raided by police on eve of 'tell-all' book about her dominatrix past
Mr Osborne was pictured in his twenties sitting alongside Natalie Rowe when she was working as a dominatrix known as 'Mistress Pain' She plans to publish a book that would be 'embarrassing' for the Chancellor Her home was raided by drugs police who allegedly asked her about book
By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 09:44 GMT, 13 October 2013 | UPDATED: 00:59 GMT, 14 October 2013

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The former vice-madam plans to publish a book describing her alleged connection with

the politician

The former dominatrix has had her home raided by police weeks before the release of her autobiography in which she makes fresh claims about George Osborne. Up to 12 drugs squad officers searched Natalie Rowe's flat for two hours but found nothing. Miss Rowe, who once used the name 'Miss Whiplash' claimed it was an attempt to smear her ahead of the book's publication later this month. Her memoirs are expected to be embarrassing for Mr Osborne, who was allegedly a regular guest at parties at her flat in the early 1990s. Mr Osborne was embroiled in a scandal in 2005, when a picture surfaced showing him in his twenties sitting alongside Miss Rowe when she was working as a dominatrix known as 'Mistress Pain'. Miss Rowe said her home, in Chelsea, west London, was raided just 48 hours after a paper revealed the book's release date. She claims that while they raided her home one officer asked her about the book and another told her it would open 'a whole can of worms' if she complained. She told the Sunday People: 'I'm not into conspiracy theories. 'I'd like to think the fact that I've been unfairly targeted by the police has nothing to do with the fact that my book is about to be published, which happens to be very embarrassing for the Chancellor. 'But it's certainly made me wonder.' The former madam claims that her home was raided on October 2, and she was locked in her living room while police searched her home. They told her they had been tipped off by a member of the public that there were drugs in her property - a claim that Miss Rowe strongly denies. She claims that she was not allowed to call a lawyer and officer spent nearly two hours combing her home for drugs, but they did not find any.

Apparently the autobiographical book will contain 'embarrassing revelations' about George Osborne, who was pictured with Miss Rowe when he was in his twenties

She says that she warned them not to read the manuscript of her book, which she had left on her bed, and was asked if she was 'writing her memoirs'. Miss Rowe also claims that when she called up to complain about how police stormed her home, she was told that she was about to 'open up a whole can of worms'. The former dominatrix has made an official complaint to Scotland Yard and plans to contact the Independent Police Complaints Commission. When Miss Rowe met Mr Osborne, she was dating William Sinclair, a member of one of the countrys biggest landowning families. He and the future Chancellor were members of Oxford Universitys Bullingdon Club, a male-only institution with a reputation for heavy drinking and riotous behaviour. Miss Rowe has previously claimed that Mr Osborne knew that she had an escort agency and once discovered whips and sex toys in her apartment. She said he had 'found it quite amusing. She said the party at which Mr Osborne was photographed was held to celebrate her becoming pregnant by Mr Sinclair. She added: It was definitely cocaine on the table.

I remember vividly on that particular night I said to George, jokingly, "When you are prime minister one day I will have all the dirty goods on you" and he laughed. Although the picture was taken before Mr Osborne entered politics, it was published when he had taken centre stage in the Conservative party as shadow chancellor. His response was to deny that there was cocaine on the table and insisted that any suggestion that he took drugs was 'defamatory and completely untrue.' A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: 'Following information received, officers based in Kensington and Chelsea obtained a warrant to search an address under Section 23 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 on October 2. 'No drugs were found and no one was arrested. 'A formal complaint was received on October 9. It has been referred to the Directorate of Professional Standards (DPS). We are not prepared to discuss further.'
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Comments (139)
Share what you think Newest Oldest Best rated Worst rated View all Report comment Fullers, In the brooding hills, United Kingdom, 2 days ago Please publish! Some of the revelations could be a real hoot.... 9 262 Click to rate Report comment Brimstone, Telford, United Kingdom, 2 days ago So the police failed to find any drugs? Doesn't that just show how sloppy they are these days. There was a time they'd have made sure they found some, even there were none on the premises when they arrived.

15 269 Click to rate Report comment SeaBee, London, United Kingdom, 2 days ago As the Duke of Wellington said to Harriette Wilson's publisher "Publish and be damned". 4 147 Click to rate Report comment Enie, Northants.UK, 2 days ago She hasn't looked after herself very well. 86 69 Click to rate Report comment peterappleby21, Amsterdam, 2 days ago Publish and be damned....and bumped off! 8 138 Click to rate Report comment Laidbk, Swindon, 2 days ago Never be published in full dark forces will see to that 4 141 Click to rate Report comment Oneortwo, Over the Rainbow, United Kingdom, 2 days ago Let me guess did they raid her place because she was speeding? 8 104 Click to rate Report comment Big Pauline, Sussex, 2 days ago Sounds like a desperate attempt to make Gideon appear interesting in the run up to the next election. 11 99 Click to rate Report comment The Only Way Is Down., England, 2 days ago Blimey she's so ugly, I bet when she looks in the Mirror her reflection ducks......I wouldn't pay her to make a cup of tea, let alone pay her to get whipped..... 161 57 Click to rate Report comment Femi of New Cross, London, 2 days ago How is it that when a 'person' makes an allegation of drugs ----12 police arrive ? There are drugs being dealt on the street all the time....where are the 12 police then . Isn't her treatment a disgrace? I hope she sues them.

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