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WOMAN CHARGED FOR ASSAULT AFTER LAUNCHING MILKSHAKE AT NIGEL FARAGE REVEALED AS ONLYFANS MODEL VICTORIA THOMAS-BOWEN

WOMAN CHARGED FOR ASSAULT AFTER LAUNCHING MILKSHAKE AT NIGEL FARAGE REVEALED AS ONLYFANS MODEL VICTORIA THOMAS-BOWEN
Politics

WOMAN CHARGED FOR ASSAULT AFTER LAUNCHING MILKSHAKE AT NIGEL FARAGE REVEALED AS ONLYFANS MODEL VICTORIA THOMAS-BOWEN

WOMAN CHARGED FOR ASSAULT AFTER LAUNCHING MILKSHAKE AT NIGEL FARAGE REVEALED AS ONLYFANS MODEL VICTORIA THOMAS-BOWEN

The woman who was charged with assault after throwing a milkshake at Nigel Farage during his Clacton campaign has been identified as 25-year-old OnlyFans model Victoria Thomas-Bowen.

The model doused an unsuspecting Nigel Farage in a banana McDonald's milkshake outside of a Wetherspoons pub in Clacton, Essex, as he greeted press.

Victoria has since taken to social media to claim responsibility for the incident and has made it clear that she has no regrets.

The Labour supporter posted a bold statement on Twitter alongside an image of a McDonald's milkshake, much like the weapon used at the scene of the crime.

Victoria tweeted: "Yesterday I was charged with assault for throwing this in the direction of someone. Yet same someone was never charged with throwing us under the #BrexitBus

BTW I don't represent McDonalds. Just like Nigel doesn't represent #Clacton".

The model even made light of the situation, posting a suggestive underwear photo which brandished the text "Damn right it's better than yours" in reference to Kelis' hit 2003 song 'Milkshake'.

From Victoria's Twitter account

Although Victoria is a left-winged voter who firmly supports former Labour MP, Jeremy Corbyn, she comes from a family of right-winged Brexiteers.

Her pro-Brexit brother Paul told the MailOnline: "I have just seen it, and to be honest, I'm appalled. I don't know where she is. I don't want anything to do with her."

Despite Farage himself joking about the incident online, posing with a McDonald's milkshake and also touting the phrase "My milkshake brings all the people to the rally", he claimed to find the incident 'quite frightening'.

Victoria claimed that although she did not attend the campaign with intentions of throwing her drink on Farage, she "just felt like it" at the time.

She added: "He doesn't stand for me', the self-described 'petite blonde pocket rocket' added. 'He doesn't represent anything I believe in, or any of the people around here. He doesn't represent us, he's not from here."

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