Queen’s cousin joked that he was ‘Monster of Glamis’ the night before the sex attack


A cousin of the Queen joked that he was the “glamis monster” the night before he committed a terrifying sex attack at his ancestral home, The Telegraph can reveal.

Simon Bowes-Lyon was sentenced to ten months in prison on Tuesday and put on the sex offender register for 10 years after admitting to sexually assaulting a guest at his Scottish estate in February last year.

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Dundee Sheriff Court learned how the 34-year-old aristocrat hosted a public relations weekend for a number of guests at his 16,500-acre estate when the incident occurred.

Tax MP Lynne Mannion described how visitors enjoyed the gin tasting, helicopter rides, filming and tours of the castle, which had been the Queen Mother’s childhood home.

However, following a black tie dinner, Mr Bowes-Lyon – known as Sam – forced his way into the bedroom of one of the guests and subjected her to a terrifying sexual assault. 20 minutes.

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While incarcerated, Mr Bowes-Lyon – who is the 19th and 6th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne – apologized to his victim, while a close friend said he was “paying a heavy price. tribute for a drunken aberration ”.



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