Former Tory Party leader, Sir Iain Duncan Smith, has told The Daily Express that Brexit champion, Nigel Farage, made him dress as US President, Donald Trump, during a sordid romp at Farage’s home in Surrey last year.
Duncan Smith, 66, told the newspaper: “Nigel invited me round one evening in October last year.
“I thought he wanted to discuss Britain’s post-Brexit trade negotiations with Africa or something.
“However, he made it pretty clear from the outset that there was only one thing on his mind.
“He was scantily-clad in just shorts and a Hawaiian-style, short-sleeved shirt. His hands were all over me as soon as I sat down on the sofa.
“He started kissing my neck and began fondling me over my trousers.
“He then produced a Donald Trump wig and begged me to put it on and to adopt an American accent.
“I was confused and a little scared so I complied with his wishes and began talking about Nambia, covfefe, and invisible USAF planes.
“It was over in seconds, to be honest. I think my references to injecting bleach may have been the trigger.
“He then made me a cup of tea, told me that he loved me and asked me to leave.
“I felt used and dirty. I told my wife and she advised me to sell my story to the papers to get a few quid out of it”
Duncan Smith’s account comes just a week after ex-Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, told newsmen that he was asked by, ex-Tory backbencher, Ann Widdecombe, to tie her up in her cellar and commit an unnatural act while dressed as Karl Marx.