SIX police officers have raided the home of political commentator and Reclaim Party leader Laurence Fox, with Fox posting a shocking video of the raid on Twitter.
The arrest relates to alleged “conspiracy to commit criminal damage”.
This is in response to comments the actor has made seeming to support a group who have been removing unpopular ULEZ cameras – but the timing appears suspicious.
Fox was recently suspended by GB News and has become the target of media-driven criticism over sexist comments he made on air.
— The Reclaim Party (@thereclaimparty) October 4, 2023
Laurence Fox is now being arrested for “conspiracy to commit criminal damage” after SIX police officers turned up to search his house.
— Anna McGovern (@AnnaMcGovernUK) October 4, 2023
In a clip that has already been viewed over ten million times, Fox appeared on Dan Wootton’s show to discuss a vile tweet by a self-described political commentator and journalist Ava Evans.
Evans had been widely condemned for appearing to dismiss the need for a government minister to address men’s mental health and suicide – an issue that claims thousands of lives every year. Evans also previously said she wants men to be ‘afraid’ and ‘live in fear’ of accusations made by women, regardless of whether or not those accusations are true.
Fox took things one step further by slamming the relatively unknown Evans with a flurry of sexist remarks.
Fox told Wootton: ‘We’re past the watershed so I can say this: show me a single self-respecting man that would like to climb into bed with that woman, ever, ever, who wasn’t an Incel?
‘That little woman has been fed, spoon-fed oppression day after day after day… starting with the lie of the gender wage gap, and she’s sat there and I’m going, if I met you in a bar and that was like sentence three, chances of me just walking away are just huge.
‘We need powerful strong amazing women who make great points for themselves, we don’t need these sort of feminist 4.0… they’re pathetic and embarrassing. Who would want to sh*g that?’