Labour MP Keith Vaz steps down after being caught ‘begging for foursome with male escorts’

MARRIED Labour MP Keith Vaz appears to have been
caught on camera in a drug-fuelled sleepover with two young male

The dad-of-two was allegedly exposed after being filmed in an
apparent late-night meeting with two eastern European sex workers last
Mr Vaz, 59, has since stepped down as the head of a Home
Affairs Select Committee tasked with cracking down on sex workers and
The shocking clip – revealed by the Sunday Mirror – was reportedly filmed eight days ago.

Ketih Vaz


SHOCK CLAIMS: Mr Vaz is alleged to have spent the night with two police male escorts

In the video, a man – claimed to be Mr Vaz – can allegedly be
heard talking about getting cocaine and having sex with men without a
He discusses how to supply the escorts with cocaine before discussing a previous romp with a male escort.
The man can be heard in muffled speech, saying: “How much is it going to be? Oh he wants someone to go give it to him.”

Keith Vaz outside the Houses of Parliament

RESPECTED: Keith Vaz is alleged to have been living a double life as he presided over Britai…

Keith Vaz and his wife

MARRIED: Mr Vaz has two kids with wife Maria

It is hard to make out the entire conversation, but the man can
clearly be heard describing how he had unprotected sex with another
escort, saying: “He was OK. He forgot the condom though.
“I had to f*** him without a condom.”
The man then repeatedly asks the men to invite an unidentified Romanian man to come over.
Vaz has since apologised and said he will temporarily step aside from
his role in the Parliamentary Committee as he consults with his lawyers
and the members of the committee.
In a statement, Mr Vaz said: “I am genuinely sorry for the hurt
and distress that has been caused by my actions, in particular to my
wife and children.
“I will be informing the Committee on Tuesday
of my intention to stand aside from chairing the sessions of the
Committee with immediate effect.”
He added: “I have referred these
allegations to my ­solicitor Mark Stephens, of Howard Kennedy, who will
consider them carefully and advise me on what is published.”
A Labour Party spokesman said: “Keith Vaz has issued a statement
on this matter. As with all departmental select committees, Keith was
elected to the chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee by the House
of Commons, and his position is a matter for him and the House.”
Daily Star Online has contacted Mr Vaz’s representatives for comment.

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