Officer Naughty who failed to stop Wayne Couzens claims press pics doctored

The former Metropolitan Police officer found to have failed to properly investigate sick killer Wayne Couzens has shamelessly moaned about press photos taken of her outside a disciplinary hearing.

Samantha Lee quit the force after setting up an OnlyFans account under the moniker Officer Naughty.

She was found to have committed gross misconduct after being accused of "failing to undertake correct investigative enquiries" regarding two incidents when Couzens exposed himself to female members of staff at a McDonald's in Swanley, Kent.

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The incidents took place on February 14 and 27, 2021. Couzens kidnapped, raped and murdered Sarah Everard just days later on March 3.

While the hearing was happening, Lee took to TikTok after photos taken by Press Association showed her outside Palestra House in Southwark, south London.

She said: "Right, so I'm coming on here to address this. I haven't got long.

"I'm sorry, what the f*** have they done to this picture? They've doctored it, that doesn't look like me. Go on any of my things on my Instagram, look at my unfiltered things."

In the video, in which Lee is seen as an insert below the press snap, she moves her head sideways to show her profile and jawline.

The post on her account @officer_naughtyx has garnered 14 likes.

She captioned the clip: "Actually fuming…I don't even look like that. BBC we will be having words."

The Daily Star has contacted Press Association for comment.

The disciplinary hearing heard how Lee claimed she was told by the McDonald's manager that CCTV footage had already been deleted when she visited to investigate Couzens' flashing.

Panel chairman Darren Snow found manager Sam Taylor was a "credible" witness and it was "inconceivable that he would not have shown her the CCTV evidence".

It was concluded that this dishonesty amounted to gross misconduct. Mr Snow added that Lee will be barred from serving in the police again.

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