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Tory MP ‘plied men with rape drug’ – alleged victim ‘woke up to nipples licked’

A senior Tory MP is facing accusations that he plied four victims with date-rape drugs, including a fellow Conservative MP, who awoke to find his nipples being licked, reports suggest.

A source told The Mirror exclusively that the politician's behaviour is now being spoken about openly in Westminster among Tories.

The male MP allegedly used the drug on a Labour politician, too, while the flatmate of another Tory MP claimed to friends he had a similar experience.

A fourth man said that he has suspicions that the MP spiked his drink after he rebuffed his advances.

A source said: “The name of this alleged attacker is being spoken about openly among Conservative MPs.

“If he is innocent, he should refer himself to police and our internal complaints procedure so allegations can be investigated to clear his name.”

Another MP said: “No wonder he has been looking so dreadful recently with this hanging over him.”

Allegations an MP had used a date-rape drug first arose in the sexual harassment scandal in 2017.

Pals of the Labour MP say the incident was blown out of proportion and no complaint was made.

Two Tory MPs have also been accused of proposing a threesome to a minister’s girlfriend, which she refused.

The latest claims are understood to be separate to the unnamed Tory MP arrested and bailed last week.

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The Met Police is probing allegations of rape, indecent assault, sexual assault, abuse of a position of trust and misconduct in public office between 2002 and 2009.

The man has been told to stay away from the Commons but Labour wants the Tory whip removed, which would identify him.

One of his ex-staffers said: “I don’t think he would or could have done what is being claimed.”

Other MPs reacted with dismay that the unnamed man could be caught up in a sex scandal.

Some 56 MPs have been investigated for inappropriate behaviour since 2018.

A Government spokesman said: “We take all allegations seriously.”

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