A cousin of Queen Elizabeth II was jailed for 10 months on Tuesday on charges of sexually assaulting a woman at her ancestral palace in Scotland.
In February 2020, a 26-year-old woman was attacked by Simon Bowes-Lyon, Earl of Strathmore, in a bedroom at Glamis Castle, the childhood home of the Queen’s late mother.
His victim still suffers from a nightmare of a 20-minute attack, in which Boyce-Leone arrives in his room without being called and drags him while trying to overcome the nightmare, Dundee Sheriff Court heard, According to the bbc.
Boyce-Leone, 34, who is the first cousin twice fired from the queen, pleaded guilty last month, stating that he was “deeply embarrassed by my actions, which caused such a crisis for a guest in my house Have done. “
“I did not think I could behave the way I was but I was able to face it and take responsibility,” he said.
Boise-Leone was also placed on the sex offenders’ register for 10 years.
He had to remain in prison for five years, but got a lighter term after his lawyer, John Scott, reminded the court that the Earl had shown “genuine remorse”.
The BBC said that Globys Castle, near Dundee, central Scotland, is the childhood home of the Queen’s late mother, who was born to Elizabeth Bois-Lyon, and the Queen’s sister, Princess Margaret.
With post wires