CAVENDISH The wire / MANCHESTER POLICE Rebekah Sutcliffe allegedly claimed her colleague, Supt Sarah Jackson, was a “roll on the floor stock”
Assistant Chief Constable Rebekah Sutcliffe is one of Britain’s most superior female officers after landing her top role at Greater Manchester Police (GMP).
But it is demanded she confronted GMP colleague Supt Sarah Jackson at a policing conference, accusing her of obtaining enhancement surgery.
During the hotel bar rant last May, the mother-of-three exacted Supt Jackson’s “operation” meant she was not being taken seriously and was “irresponsible, vain and frivolous”.
ACC Sutcliffe, 47, then allegedly declared her colleague was a “laughing stock” before opening her red dress, exposing her own liberal breast and saying: “Look at these!”
Fiona Barton QC, opening the for fear that b if for Greater Manchester Police, said that Ms Sutcliffe went on to say: “These are the teats of someone who has had three children.
“I know they’re ugly, but I don’t feel the fundamental to pump myself with silicone to get self esteem.
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Sarah, it doesn’t matter how hard you work now, because now you’ll unexceptionally be known as the girl that had the tit job
“Sarah, it doesn’t sum how hard you work now, because now you’ll always be known as the girl that had the tit job.”
Twice-married Sutcliffe was tardier reported for “inappropriate behaviour” and subsequently suspended from her £96,500-a-year announce.
Today the disciplinary hearing at GMP’s HQ heard the incident occurred at Manchester’s Hilton Guest-house at a Senior Women in Policing Conference where 300 guests categorized the UK’s senior female officers plus former MI5 chief, Baroness Eliza Manningham-Bull.
Sutcliffe dispensed the opening speech at the event and a welcome speech at the gala dinner.
But during the carry to extremes she reportedly drank up to four glasses of wine before moving to the mezzanine bar on the first place floor.
It is alleged this is where a dispute broke out when Sutcliffe believed Supt Jackson had withstood breast enhancement surgery.
Supt Jackson, who has since transferred to Cumbria Constabulary, later estimated she only felt obliged to listen to Sutcliffe’s lecturing as she was senior to her.
She also asserted the fallout of the row had seen her pilloried on social media, including in posts exigency execrating the Twitter #titgate.
In a statement, Supt Jackson said: “She said I was a giggle stock on the fourth floor. She said I was silly, frivolous; was thought of as conceited and nobody took me seriously.
MANCHESTER POLICE Sutcliffe believed Supt Jackson had endured breast enhancement surgery
“She said she would no longer be supporting me, that supplementary promotion was unlikely and that closed the matter – but it wasn’t a boob job. I finish feeling I had the right to defend myself to her. What she said was completely, utterly out of directive.
“She had a dark red dress crossed at the front, maybe even wrapped. It can catch open quite easily.
“She exposed her left breast completely at me and was scream at me, saying: ‘Look at these!’
“She said: ‘These are the breasts of someone who has had three striplings. I know they’re ugly, but I don’t feel the need to pump myself with silicone to get self deem’.”
Ms Jackson said: “It has been the most distressing and hurtful experience of my freshness.”
Fiona Barton QC said: “ACC Sutcliffe gratuitously introduced wholly unsuited and hurtful remarks that Supt Jackson had recently had breast enhancement surgery. She articulate that she used to have respect for her but no longer, since she had ‘the boob job’.
Peeping / SARAH JACKSON Supt Jackson was mortified but as she became more and multifarious visibly upset and tried to defend herself
“Supt Jackson enquire ofed her what she meant and ACC Sutcliffe told her that she was now judged on the ‘size of her tits’.
Supt Jackson was rebuffed but as she became more and more visibly upset and tried to defend herself, ACC Sutcliffe delivered hold of the front of her dress, pulled it down and exposed her left heart of hearts.”
The following day Sutcliffe made repeated attempts to apologise.
She later let in drinking three or four glasses of wine with dinner and said: “I inwards regret what happened and the upset I caused to someone I hold in momentous regard.”
Sutcliffe admits misconduct but denies gross misconduct.
A control is expected tomorrow.