Boris Johnson’s ex-model ‘lover’ Jennifer Arcuri ‘terrified as laptop dating back to alleged affair is stolen’


A LAPTOP belonging to an American ex-model who allegedly told pals she had an affair with the PM has been stolen, it was reported last night.

Jennifer Arcuri, 34, is said to be terrified that personal information about her time with Boris Johnson on it will be leaked.

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The laptop, stolen in Britain in the last ten days, is said to contain pictures and emails from when she was close to the then-mayor of London.

A pal said: “Jennifer is extremely agitated and upset.

“Her laptop contains so much personal information covering the time she knew Boris.

“She is racking her brains as to what it may hold.

“There are pictures, emails and documents on the laptop which she is terrified could be hawked around if someone gains access to it.”


The PM has denied giving tech businesswoman Ms Arcuri favourable treatment as mayor.

She was awarded more than £11,000 in taxpayers’ cash from a business sponsorship fund Johnson controlled.

And she was also given more than £100,000 in government grants designed for start-up businesses.

Those awards are now being probed by officials – while the police watchdog has been asked to look into the claims.


Yesterday, Boris vehemently denied separate claims made by a journalist that he groped her at a lunch event in 1999.

Charlotte Edwardes claimed in a Sunday Times column that Boris, then editor of The Spectator, grabbed her leg and touched another woman.

Mary Wakefield – wife of Boris’ top aide Dominic Cummings – was forced to deny she was the second woman.

She said: “I am not the woman referred to in Charlotte Edwardes’s column.”

The PM blew his top as sleaze scandals threatened to engulf No 10 – with a raging Boris telling his aides: “This is f***ing untrue.”

When asked publicly if the claims were true, Boris said: “No, and I think what the public want to hear is about what we are doing to level up and unite the country.”

A No10 spokesperson said: “This allegation is completely untrue.”

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