Social worker admits years of sex with client
A SOCIAL worker who had an affair with a “highly vulnerable” client for more than four years has admitted acting “unacceptably and unprofessionally”.
Christopher Bracchi began the sexual relationship with the mother of five while employed by North Yorks County Council.
The woman, referred to as service user A, was “highly vulnerable” and suffered from a personality disorder, the Health Care Professions Council heard.
Bracchi met the mother of five in 2007 when he became her social worker and eventually began a sexual relationship, the hearing was told.
He resigned in October 2013 following a probe.
In an email to the HCPC, Bracchi admitted he made “poor decisions” and accepted all the allegations.
If his fitness to practice is found to be impaired he could be struck off.
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French actress Lea Seydoux will play a delicious baddie in the new 007 flick, which starts filming next month.
The Paris-based star will meet fellow cast members, led by Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris, for a script rehearsal in late November.
Before then, she will undergo a series of costume, make-up and camera tests so director Sam Mendes can determine her “look”.
Ms Seydoux has appeared in many French-language films – including the Cannes prize winner Blue Is The Warmest Colour.
In it she played a lesbo art student who seduces a teenage girl.
Some of the red-hot naked scenes – including RIMMING, scissoring and oral sex – were so explicit they had Lea, 29, questioning her own sexuality.
She said: “Of course I did. Me as a person, as a human being... it’s not nothing, making those scenes.
“Of course I question myself. But I did not have any revelations.”
Seydoux also appeared in Mission Impossible: Ghost Patrol and Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds.
The Bond 24 storyline is expected to follow on from 2012’s Skyfall, which smashed box offices worldwide.