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Goan origin MP of Great Britain Keith Vaz steps down after his male escorts connection came into light

The Goan origin Member of Parliament (MP) of Britain has entered into another controversy with his videos leaked on the internet with a male prostitute (Escort). According to the sources, Mr. Vaz used to introduce himself as a Jim, a washing machine seller, to the escorts to get engaged into the sexual activities with them. Read the complete report here.
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The Goan origin Member of Parliament (MP) of Britain has entered into another controversy with his videos leaked on the internet with a male prostitute (Escort). According to the sources, Mr. Vaz used to introduce himself as a Jim, a washing machine seller, to the escorts to get engaged into the sexual activities with them. Read the complete report here.

[su_expand more_text=”READ MORE” less_text=” ” height=”0″ hide_less=”yes” link_style=”button” link_align=”center”]According to the media reports, Britain’s MP Keith Vaz tried to hide his real identity from two male escorts by telling them that he was a washing machine salesman named Jim. With this evidence, it has been cleared that Vaz had blurred out the pseudonym as he was about to engage in sexual activity with two Eastern European male escorts.

The conversation in the leaked video on the internet clearly describes the sexual talk of Mr. Vaz in which he talks to the male escorts and tells them that he is a washing machine salesman. “These are industrial washing machines that I sell for big hotels,” Mr. Vaz tells the male escorts.

According to the Mirror, Minutes later, as the men said they undressed, one of the escorts asked Mr. Vaz: “What’s your name, by the way?” He replied: “Jim”, then spelled it out letter by letter, saying: “J-I-M.”

But Mr. Vaz had already been rumbled because one of the escorts said he has recognized the famous and powerful MP from his frequent appearances on television. Mr. Vaz gave the false moniker at his meeting with the men eight days ago. It followed a string of text messages in which details of the late-night rendezvous timings, venue, and financial arrangements were discussed.

A statement seen by the Sunday Mirror shows two cash deposits of £150 each were paid into an account after details were texted to Mr. Vaz. Each time the money was paid in by a man linked to Silver Star a diabetes charity set up by Mr. Vaz six years ago when the MP developed the illness. The first payment was made on August 5 with the reference “Painting”. There is no suggestion the man knew the real purpose of the payment. A day earlier Mr. Vaz texted one of the escorts to say a payment would be made ahead of a further meeting.

According to Mirror Mr. Vaz wrote: “I will send you £100 as a gift from me because you need some money.” When asked to make it £150, the MP replied: “OK but next time you and [the other man] see me you better be extra nice. What is name and banking details?” The money was paid the following day. And on August 23, the day before the second payment was made, Mr. Vaz texted one of the escorts saying: “£150 for you, me, bf and Romanian.”

This referred to a plan for the escorts to supply a third man so that a foursome could take place. The two escorts attended the final meeting with Mr. Vaz on August 27. When they arrived at his flat in Edgware, North West London, the MP sounded calm and quickly engaged the men in a friendly chat. During the meeting, Mr. Vaz, who said he had just got back from a foreign holiday, said he would pay the two men 100 dollars in cash and an extra £40 in sterling. At one point, he was quizzed on whether he had ever bedded a colleague, but he told the men: “Never mix business with pleasure.”

After the 15-minute sexual encounter, Mr. Vaz, and the men moved into the kitchen, where the MP asked the escorts to wash up their whiskey glasses. Then he told them to put the bottle in the fridge. He then cheerily asked them: “You’ve got your stuff? Got everything you need to take with you?” As the men nodded and walked out of his front door Mr. Vaz added: “Right, OK, see you soon.”

Then he texted the older escort several times in the days after the meeting making friendly chit-chat. Sounding keen to secure another encounter, the MP added: “Traveling next week will contact you when I get back.” He then signed off with a smiley face emoticon.

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