Magic FM DJ Emma B has accused the police of laughing at her when she said she was flashed in the street by Sarah Everard killer Wayne Couzens.
The mum-of-two, whose real name is Emma Wilson, waived her legal right to anonymity as a victim of alleged exposure to tell of her grisly experience with the convicted killer, The Mirror reports.
When pushing her baby son's pushchair through Greenwich 13 years ago, 50-year-old Emma says she was yelled at by the Kent Police cop before he took his penis out in front of her.
The Magic FM DJ described the gruelling experience of Couzens' cruelty in 2008 as "horrific".
Couzens worked for Kent Police from December 2006 to September 2010 before working for the Civil Nuclear Constabulary and the Metropolitan Police.
He was a Met officer when he kidnapped, raped and murdered Sarah Everard in March this year.
Emma said she "panicked" when Couzens allegedly flashed her, running into a shop and calling 999 — but officers simply laughed.
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Ms Wilson told the Telegraph she "immediately" recognised Couzens when she saw him on the news.
She explained: “I really wouldn’t say anything out loud if I wasn’t very sure, because it’s important and it’s serious, but as soon as I saw the pictures of him, I said: ‘That’s him’.”
"[Police] laughed when I was describing the graphic bits and what he was doing, they thought that bit was particularly funny”.
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“The reason why I’m saying something is because now a girl is dead
“I have a daughter who’s at university.
"As a mother, I’m thinking if somebody didn’t say something, and that resulted in my daughter’s death, I wouldn’t be able to live with that.”
The Metropolitan Police confirmed officers from its professional standards team are looking into the incident.
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Emma's allegation suggests numerous women may have been sexually harassed by depraved Couzens long before he murdered Sarah Everard.
Her story also shines a light on yet more police failures to deal with prior allegations against Couzens – and a "culture of misogyny" within the police.
In 2015 Couzens was accused of indecent exposure after driving naked from the waste down – with Kent Police reportedly failing to investigate.
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And just weeks before Sarah's abhorrent murder in March this year, Couzens was accused of indecent exposure at a McDonald's.
Yet again the Met failed to properly investigate, campaigners have alleged.
Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has faced a mountain of calls to resign, but has so far declined to do so.
If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.
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