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‘Gaslighting’ Met Police sergeant who raped two women is finally barred


‘Gaslighting’ Met Police sergeant who raped two women but carried on working for the force for FOUR YEARS after they bravely came forward is finally struck off – yet still won’t face criminal charges

  • Paul Storey found by tribunal to have sexually assaulted and raped two women
  • Complaints made against him in 2017 but carried on serving in Met until 2021 
  • CPS decided not to prosecute sergeant, saying there was a lack of evidence  

A Met Police sergeant was today found to have raped two women but will not be charged with any crime and was allowed to continue serving with the force for four years before resigning.

Paul Storey, who once served as his local unit’s lead on mental health, grabbed one of the women by the throat, dragged her…



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