BORIS Johnson lost a sock during sex with his mistress — hours before he sat with his wife and senior Royals, it was claimed yesterday.
Jennifer Arcuri, 36, says they enjoyed a torrid affair from 2012 to 2016, adding: “I loved him. I adored him.”
She told a newspaper that Boris, then London Mayor, turned up at her flat in a suit covered with Olympic badges on August 29, 2012.
That night he launched the Paralympics alongside Princess Anne, William and Kate, and his then wife Marina, mum to their four children.
Ms Arcuri said: “I was completely in control. I could tell this man was so excited beyond words to see me. It gave me the upper hand.”
She claimed she had to force Boris out of her flat after the sock hunt. She said: “He didn’t want to leave, very clearly. It was awkward. I think I couldn’t even find his sock.”
'COWARDLY WET NOODLE'
Eleven million TV viewers watched the event. Tech entrepreneur Ms Arcuri claimed: “He was in contact all night. I did see him on the television. It was bizarre.”
She also boasted of sending Boris, now 56, topless pics, alleging he told her one was “enough to make a bishop kick a hole in a stained-glass window”.
But she branded the PM a “cowardly wet noodle” for not standing by her when a row over foreign trade trips erupted two years ago.
She added: “I loved him, with good reason. But the man I thought I knew doesn’t exist any more.”
She had been a business student when she met Boris in 2011 before volunteering to campaign for him in his mayor re-election bid in 2012.
They exchanged numbers and had their first date at the Tavistock Hotel in London, she claims.
She said he turned up late clutching his bike helmet and asked to borrow £3.10 to buy a drink.
I loved him, with good reason. But the man I thought I knew doesn’t exist any more.
Another time, she claims Boris stroked her leg under the table and begged: “Kiss me!”
She said: “I said, ‘Mr Mayor, I do not kiss politicians on the street’. He said, ‘This is my city, I don’t care’.”
Her links with Boris came under scrutiny last year over allegations she received preferential treatment for her business ventures during his eight-year mayoral stint.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct found no evidence of any offence.
No 10 said it had “nothing further to add”.
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