FIDGET SPIN­NER BIL­LION­AIRE SPUNKED IN MY DUFFLE COAT POCK­ETS

Sunday Sport - - NEWS - Shock­ing sex­ual har­rass­ment claims emerge in le­gal case

FIDGET spin­ner bil­lion­aire Bobby Atkins faces pub­lic shame af­ter he was ac­cused of HU­MIL­I­AT­ING a staff mem­ber by SPUNKING in the pock­ets of her snug duffle coat last win­ter.

Atkins, 35, also faces al­le­ga­tions he wiped his BELLEND on per­sonal as­sis­tant Marj Kin­sey’s spec­ta­cles and called her “Miss Poo Poo” when she asked what he thought of a new per­fume she was wear­ing.

Marj quit Atkin’s hold­ing com­pany at the end of Septem­ber and a press re­lease is­sued at the time stated she’d “moved on to pur­sue other projects”.

It’s be­lieved she signed a con­tro­ver­sial non- dis­clo­sure agree­ment in which she un­der­took not to dis­cuss “any as­pect” of her work with the ty­coon.

But Marj said she was spurred to act when harass­ment claims against Top Shop mogul Sir Philip Green be­came pub­lic af­ter he was named in the House of Lords by Lord Hain.

Court pa­pers lodged last week de­tail 47- year- old Marj’s com­plaints against Atkins. Along with the spunky pocket and bellend claims, Marj also al­leges Atkins:

Reg­u­larly worked NAKED in the of­fice of his Bid­dulph, Staffs, HQ

Of­ten said “ph­woaar” when a fe­male celebrity was men­tioned

Emerged from the lava­tory sev­eral times say­ing “I’d give it five min­utes, if I were you”

Fu­ri­ously mas­tur­bated while ME TOO: Marj has brought a le­gal ac­tion against Atkins Marj was on the phone to her dy­ing mother

Last night Marj said: “I can­not say much as the case is on­go­ing. All I can say is that I was spurred into ac­tion by the # MeToo move­ment.”

It’s thought the Hon­ours Com­mit­tee – which had been con­sid­er­ing Atkins for an OBE “for ser­vices to the fidget spin­ner in­dus­try” – has put the gong on ice un­til the out­come of the court case.

Last night the usu­ally talk­a­tive Atkins was re­luc­tant to speak.

He snapped: “This is in the hands of my lawyers and I am very drunk.”

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