Magic FM DJ Emma B 'flashed by Wayne Couzens' 13 YEARS before cop murdered Sarah Everard – but police 'laughed' at her

MAGIC FM presenter Emma B has claimed she was flashed by Wayne Couzens 13 years before the monster cop murdered Sarah Everard.

But the DJ says when she reported the 2008 incident to police, they "laughed in her face".

Emma – whose real surname is Wilson – said she instantly knew who he was after photos appeared in newspapers and online.

Bravely waiving her automatic right to anonymity, she told The Telegraph: "I really wouldn't say anything out loud if I wasn't very sure, because it's important and it's serious.

"But as soon as I saw the pictures of him, I said 'That's him'."

Mrs Wilson says she was targeted in Greenwich, London, as she walked home with her baby son after dropping her five-year-old daughter at school.

She claims a man shouted "hey" and she turned around. She then saw a man she claims was Couzens with his trousers down.

Between December 2006 and September 2010, Couzens was working as a special constable for Kent Police. 

Mrs Wilson ran into a nearby shop to call 999 but said she was laughed at by officers.

"They laughed when I was describing the graphic bits and what he was doing," she said.

"They thought that bit was particularly funny.

"The reason why I'm saying something is because now a girl is dead. I have a daughter who's at university.

"As a mother, I'm thinking if somebody didn't say something, and that resulted in my daughter's death, I wouldn't be able to live with that."


The Met Police have launched an investigation into the allegations, it's reported.

It comes days after it was claimed former Met officer Couzens, 48, allegedly molested a drag artist while he was in costume at the New Inn pub in Deal, Kent, in 2018

The performer claimed that Couzens told him that he was a police officer when he told the father-of-two to stop touching him, the Mirror reported.

Police have called for anyone with a claim about Couzens to come forward after he was handed a whole-life jail term for kidnapping, raping and murdering Sarah.

He was known to have driven around naked from the waist down when he served with the force in 2015.


He also indecently exposed himself at a McDonald's days before snatching Sarah, 33, from the streets as she walked home from a friend's house.

Couzens staged a fake Covid arrest, handcuffing his terrified victim and putting her in his hire car before driving 80 miles to Kent to rape and murder her.

A Met Police spokesperson said: "On Friday, October 8, the Met received a complaint concerning an investigation into an alleged incident of indecent exposure that occurred in Greenwich in November 2008.

"The complaint is being assessed by officers from the Directorate of Professional Standards."

All sexual and domestic abuse allegations against Metropolitan Police officers over the last ten years will also be reviewed following Sarah's murder, it was announced last week.

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