- Emma Wilson waives anonymity and claims she was flashed in 2008 by Cousins
- Mrs Wilson, 50, said she laughed when she reported the incident to the Met
- Meteorological Police have said that they are investigating a complaint regarding the incident
A DJ has claimed he was provoked by killer Wayne Coozens in 2008 and that police “laughed in his face” when he reported it.
Magic FM DJ Emma Wilson, known on the radio as Emma Bee, has waived her right of anonymity, saying that the former police officer herself appeared in front of her 13 years before she killed Sarah Everard. was exposed.
in an interview with Wire, she said: ‘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 pictures of her, I said ‘she’s the one’.
Describing the ‘horrific’ incident, Mrs Wilson said she was walking in a pram with her child in Greenwich after dropping her five-year-old daughter from school when a man shouted ‘hey’ at her.
When she turned, she saw a man she claims to be cougars and her trousers down, exposing herself, leaving her feeling ‘panicked’.
Between December 2006 and September 2010, Couzens was working as a special constable for Kent Police.
The DJ ran to a nearby shop and called 999 and met the officers with laughter while telling the police about the incident, she says.
Radio presenter Emma Wilson, aka Emma Bee, claims she was spotted by Couzens, 48, walking with her child through Greenwich in 2008 – 13 years before she killed Sarah Everard
The newspaper reports that this is the reason he has chosen to speak.
She said: ‘They laughed when I was describing the graphic bits and what he was doing, they thought the bit was particularly funny.
‘I am saying something because now a girl is dead. I have a daughter who is in university.
‘As a mother, I am thinking that if no one said anything, and as a result my daughter died, I would not be able to live with her.’
According to the Telegraph, the Metropolitan Police is now investigating the incident.
It comes days after it was claimed that 48-year-old former weather officer Couzens allegedly molested a drag artist while he was in costume at the New Inn pub in Deals, Kent, in 2018, after proposing to have sex with her. before.
Mrs Wilson (pictured) says police officers ‘laughed in her face’ when she reported the incident
The Mirror reported that the artist claimed that Cousins told him he was a police officer when he asked the father of two children to stop touching him.
Several claims have surfaced about the Metropolitan Police officer because he had no chance of parole after abducting, raping and killing Sarah Everard on his way home.
Couzens has been known to make an obscene performance when he drove naked from the waist down in his car with her in 2015.
Ms Everard, 33, has also been identified as being responsible for committing the same crime at a McDonald’s restaurant days before she was targeted when she walked home from her friend’s house in Clapham, south London.
On 3 March, he staged a fake COVID arrest, handcuffed Ms Everard and put her in his car before driving 80 miles to Kent, where he raped and murdered her. A few days later, he burnt her body and left it in the forest near her land.
The 33-year-old marketing executive has since been sentenced to a full life sentence after confessing to the kidnapping, rape and murder.
Coozens has been blamed for an indecent display at a McDonald’s restaurant, days before 33-year-old Ms Everard was targeted as she was walking home in Clapham.
On March 3, Couzens staged a fake COVID arrest, handcuffed 33-year-old Sarah Everard (pictured), and put her in his car before driving 80 miles to Kent, where he raped her and murdered him
Priti Patel has announced that there will be an independent investigation into the ‘systematic failures’ that allowed Wayne Couzens to serve as a Met Police officer and murder Sarah Everard.
The Home Secretary said that the recent tragic events have exposed unimaginable failures in policing.
A Met Police spokesman said: ‘On Friday, 8 October, the Met received a complaint regarding an investigation into an alleged incident that occurred in Greenwich in November 2008.
‘The complaint is being evaluated by the officials of the Directorate of Occupational Standards.’
In light of Ms. Everard’s murder, all sexual and domestic abuse allegations against Metropolitan Police officers over the past ten years will also be reviewed.
The commissioner of the force, Dame Cressida Dick, announced on Friday that an investigation was being launched into all current cases of sexual misconduct or domestic abuse against London police officers.
Dame Cressida, 60, also disclosed similar allegations, which have been leveled against both officers and employees in the force over the past ten years, will be reviewed.
The officers of the Professional Standards Directorate of the force will analyze each case internally and check the revision history of the employees involved in the claims.