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A SENIOR Tory MP allegedly plied four victims with so called “date-rape” drugs, it was revealed today, as the number of sexual misconduct claims against Conservative members continues to rise.
The unnamed man spiked a fellow Tory MP, who woke up to find his nipples being licked, the Mirror reported.
A Labour MP was also allegedly abused after the man drugged him, while the flatmate of another Tory MP claimed to friends that he had a similar experience.
A fourth man also claimed he had rebuffed his advances and had suspicions his drink was spiked.
A source told the newspaper: “The name of this alleged attacker is being spoken about openly among Conservative MPs.
“If he is innocent, he should refer himself to police and our internal complaints procedure so allegations can be investigated to clear his name.”
The claim comes as another unnamed Tory MP was arrested last week on allegations of rape and sexual assault offences.
And Conservative Imran Ahmad Khan was found guilty earlier this year of sexually assaulting a teenage boy.
He is formally appealing against the conviction and is due to be sentenced on May 23.
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