One of the drivers for the Danish prime minister must have taken part in women on dates with private rides in the prime minister’s car.
The 42-year-old driver has been charged with abusing his position and using the Prime Minister’s car to sit in private dating lives.
It writes Danish TV 2.
Sex in the back seat
According to the indictment, the man must also have attended one of the women in the hill in the prime minister’s car, where the woman began a sexual relationship with the driver.
The shepherding session in the back seat must have lasted approximately 20 minutes, and the incident took place in June last year.
The indictment also states that he must have planned the meeting “for the sole purpose of establishing and continuing a private relationship” with the woman.
It emerges that the driver’s actions could have posed a security risk, since none of the women were security cleared in advance.
– Charges have been brought for abuse of a trusted position, theft of an official vehicle and neglect of duty, says special attorney for Copenhagen police, Søren Harbo, to Danish TV 2.
Denies criminal liability
The police say the use of the prime minister’s vehicles goes all the way back to December 2015.
During the period in question, it is Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V) and Mette Frederiksen (S) who have been Prime Ministers. Frederiksen is still Prime Minister of Denmark today.
According to Danish TV 2, Frederiksen and Rasmussen do not wish to comment on the case.
People must have driven some of the women to and from various eateries, while in three cases the 42-year-old must have driven longer with women.
The indictment also includes rape cases, which are not linked to the minister’s car.
The driver denies criminal liability for the incidents for which he is charged.