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Police could investigate man’s claims that he was sexually abused as a teen at Balmoral

THE man who was just 16 at the time, alleged that he was abused at Balmoral and also at Buckingham Palace.

Royal palace Balmoral Castle
Royal palace Balmoral Castle

A MAN has claimed that he was abused as a teenager while working at the Royal Family’s Scottish home.
The then-16-year-old alleged that he was sexually assaulted at Balmoral Castle, on Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, and at Buckingham Palace.
Shocking Home Office files say the lad was was abused by a VIP paedophile ring operating within Royal residencies.
Police could now investigate the historic claims, which date back to the 1970s and 80s.
According to the Sunday People, the boy’s mother wrote to campaigning MP Geoffrey Dickens, outlaying fears her son had been groomed while working in the Palace kitchens.
Dickens said at the time: “The boy told his parents he had been sexually abused by members of the Royal Household at the Palace.
“I am concerned the Palace could be part of a chain supplying young men to paedophiles in the diplomatic service.”
The claims were passed to then Home Secretary, Leon Brittan, who ruled it was ‘not practical’ to investigate.
The victim’s family recently told investigations website, Exaro, that the boy started acting strangely following an ‘incident’ at Balmoral.
And they claim to have been told by a family friend who also worked for the Royals, that their son was abused.
During his time at the Palace, the 16-year-old was also approached by notorious paedophile Sir Peter Hayman, who asked him to work for him in Canada where he was ambassador.
Hayman has since been unmasked as a member of a VIP paedophile ring which operated in Westminster, and is known to have had royal connections.
A Palace spokesman said: “The Royal household takes any allegation of this nature seriously, and would act to address any specific allegations or investigate specific information.”

Police could investigate man’s claims that he was sexually abused as a teen at Balmoral

THE man who was just 16 at the time, alleged that he was abused at Balmoral and also at Buckingham Palace.

Royal palace Balmoral Castle
Royal palace Balmoral Castle

A MAN has claimed that he was abused as a teenager while working at the Royal Family’s Scottish home.
The then-16-year-old alleged that he was sexually assaulted at Balmoral Castle, on Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, and at Buckingham Palace.
Shocking Home Office files say the lad was was abused by a VIP paedophile ring operating within Royal residencies.
Police could now investigate the historic claims, which date back to the 1970s and 80s.
According to the Sunday People, the boy’s mother wrote to campaigning MP Geoffrey Dickens, outlaying fears her son had been groomed while working in the Palace kitchens.
Dickens said at the time: “The boy told his parents he had been sexually abused by members of the Royal Household at the Palace.
“I am concerned the Palace could be part of a chain supplying young men to paedophiles in the diplomatic service.”
The claims were passed to then Home Secretary, Leon Brittan, who ruled it was ‘not practical’ to investigate.
The victim’s family recently told investigations website, Exaro, that the boy started acting strangely following an ‘incident’ at Balmoral.
And they claim to have been told by a family friend who also worked for the Royals, that their son was abused.
During his time at the Palace, the 16-year-old was also approached by notorious paedophile Sir Peter Hayman, who asked him to work for him in Canada where he was ambassador.
Hayman has since been unmasked as a member of a VIP paedophile ring which operated in Westminster, and is known to have had royal connections.
A Palace spokesman said: “The Royal household takes any allegation of this nature seriously, and would act to address any specific allegations or investigate specific information.”

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