Officer at top Army school arrested over allegations of revenge porn and abuse

THE ARMY’S top officer school has been rocked by allegations of revenge porn and abuse.

The officer was arrested at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst where he commanded a mixed platoon of 30 officer cadets.

One of his alleged victims claimed he shared intimate pictures of her on a porn site.

The woman, whom he met through a dating app, also told police he was controlling and abusive which forced her to apply for a non-molestation court order.

The officer, who served on secret missions across the Middle East, denied the allegations and claimed the pictures had been hacked from the woman’s iCloud account, a source told The Sun.

“He has been accused of a revenge porn act by releasing intimate pictures of his ex-girlfriend and claiming they found their way onto a porn site because her iCloud was hacked,” the source said.

“Everyone at Sandhurst is completely shocked. Being an instructor is a real honour. The last thing the cadets expect is for their instructors to be in trouble.”

Top Brass let civvy cops on base to make the arrest last week after two women lodged complaints with West Mercia Police.

An Army source said the officer had been “removed from duties” at Sandhurst pending an investigation.

An Army Spokesperson said: “An Army Officer has been released on bail by West Mercia Police pending further investigations and it would therefore be inappropriate to comment any further at this stage.”

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