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From The Kernel Archives
Luke Bozier, the former political aide turned entrepreneur about whom The Kernel revealed sordid details on Friday, has been arrested, according to newspaper reports.
On Friday, The Kernel broke the story that Bozier had apparently been caught viewing indecent images of children and advertising his love of “young girls” and “jailbait” with a variety of fake online personas.
Kernel sources had initially suggested that Bozier had fled the country, leaving his two daughters behind, after his long-term partner ended their relationship following our revelations.
But the Guardian reports today that Bozier was arrested late last week before being released on bail until early February. It is not yet known which offences Bozier was arrested on suspicion of.
His arrest is likely to act as the final nail in the coffin of Menshn, the start-up he co-founded with former Tory MP Louise Mensch. Mensch has repeatedly distanced herself from Bozier since our story on Friday.
He is understood to have resigned from their shared company, MenschBozier Ltd., and surrendered his shareholding in the business.
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