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Ex Met Police Sergeant's ten-year affair ended after he called his lover by his wife's name


Ex Met Police Sergeant's ten-year affair ended after he called his lover by his wife's name when they were together in bed

  • In Birmingham, 60, said & # 39; Karen & # 39; when he was in bed with Sharon Murphy
  • The relationship ended soon after, and Ms. Murphy cut contact with Birmingham
  • He sent 36 emails to her to get her back while he was on vacation with his wife

The ten-year affair of a former Met Police sergeant ended after he called his lover by his wife's name when they were in bed together, according to a court hearing.

In Birmingham, 60, said & # 39; Karen & # 39; when he was in bed with Sharon Murphy, as The Sun reports.

The relationship ended soon after, and Ms. Murphy then cut all contact with the former officer.

But Mr. Birmingham sent her 36 emails to win her back while he was on vacation with his wife.

In it, Birmingham, 60, (pictured) said & # 39; Karen & # 39; when he was in bed with Sharon Murphy

Ms. Murphy reported him to the police and he appeared in court for harassment.

He made the mistake in the bedroom just before they wanted to have sex, the court heard.

Ms. Murphy said, "That was it. All I could see was that he was naked on me and called me "Karen".

Mr. Birmingham from Hailsham, East Sussex, was cleared up by JPs who said this was only part of the "cycle of emotions" between the duo.

JP Keith Sillitoe dismissed the indictment and said, "For almost ten years there has been a long and troubled cycle of emotions between you."

In Birmingham, 60, said & # 39; Karen & # 39; when he was in bed with Sharon Murphy (picture)

In Birmingham, 60, said & # 39; Karen & # 39; when he was in bed with Sharon Murphy (picture)

The former lovers met in 2009 during a crack house bust in south London.

Mr. Birmingham is a highly decorated former Met Police sergeant who has worked as an officer for 30 years.

He started at Tooting in southwestern London as part of the local criminal police and later became a detective constable.

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