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The tough left-wing protester who insulted Trump supporters with "Nazi scum" is the company's boss


MailOnline is a company boss who was covered with milkshake at a demonstration yesterday and was a "left-wing protester" who shouted at "Nazi scum" during a demonstration.

Siobhan Prigent owns a profitable company that uses tax dollars to coordinate clinical trials at University College London Hospital (UCLH).

The 35-year-old apologized for her behavior yesterday when she yelled at her grandfather when he was coated with the milk drink during the protests in Parliament Square.

She is now facing a fight to save her job in the hospital.

The pictured Siobhan Prigent has apologized for her behavior during a protest in London in which demonstrators yelled at a supporter of Donald Trump with "Nazi scum"

Ms. Prigent, who works as a clinical trial coordinator at University College Hospital, holds up a sign that reads, "This episode of Black Mirror is no longer funny! #NoThanksNazis & # 39;

Ms. Prigent, who works as a clinical trial coordinator at University College Hospital, holds up a sign that reads, "This episode of Black Mirror is no longer funny! #NoThanksNazis & # 39;

Ms. Prigent, who sells project support services to the NHS through her company VLEK Ltd, was seen laughing when the undisclosed British Trump supporter was attacked by the angry mob.

In the footage she is asked about her shocking behavior, to which she replies: "I don't have to hear from other white men, thank you very much."

The revelation that Miss Prigent is an NHS contractor comes under the suggestion of Trump that the NHS would be on the table in all post-Brexit trade talks.

Miss Prigent, who lives in London, describes herself online as an "intersectional feminist" and "crazy cat lady" with an interest in mental health. She seemed to have gone to the ground last night as she could not be reached for comment and deleted all of her social media accounts, fearing that her NHS career would be in danger.

The 35-year-old apologized for her behavior yesterday when she yelled at her grandfather when he was coated with the milk drink during the protests in Parliament Square

The 35-year-old apologized for her behavior yesterday when she yelled at her grandfather when he was coated with the milk drink during the protests in Parliament Square

A UCLH source said the bosses are considering whether to end their contract today, although no decision has yet been made.

The businesswoman's social media profiles, which were now deleted, included a number of hashtags, including #LGBTQIA and #IntersectionalFeminist.

A hospital spokeswoman said: “Siobhan Prigent is not a UCLH employee. She works for a third party who is responsible for performing administrative work at UCLH. Your work does not involve patient contact. "

Video footage of the attack shows Ms. Prigent and a number of demonstrators yelling at the victim before the drink hits them.

He tells the angry mob that he is "here to stay" before throwing the empty cup back at her as a policewoman tries to prevent it from becoming a brawl.

Miss Prigent from London (pictured in the Fracas) apologized in a tweet that has since been deleted: “I am very sorry for my behavior today. I should have protested peacefully and I didn't and I regret it

Miss Prigent from London (pictured in the Fracas) apologized in a tweet that has since been deleted: “I am very sorry for my behavior today. I should have protested peacefully and I didn't and I regret it

Ms. Prigent holds a poster that says, "This episode of Black Mirror is no longer funny! #NoThanksNazis & # 39 ;.

Then she apologized in a tweet that has since been deleted: “I am very sorry for my behavior today. I should have protested peacefully and I didn't and I regret it.

"I let myself down and I fully understand that." Every story has two sides, but my actions were my own, and that's up to me. Please let my family and friends out of it. "

Your apology comes after Donald Trump's supporter has spoken out to reveal that he participated in the protest campaign to protect democracy.

Speaking to MailOnline, the man who refused to be identified said he was peacefully debating with "moderate leftists" and "laughing with the majority of them" before the demonstration became violent.

He said, "We have to show how aggressive the left can be – we are not, you know, if you want to call me the right wing because I support Trump, I have to be the right wing, but I'm not a racist. & # 39;

About the moment he was attacked, the man added: "I came out to support Trump and stop the left that has protested democracy since our Brexit election.

& # 39; This is the democratically elected president of the free world. I just wanted a debate with the sensible left, I didn't expect anything that happened. I never wanted it to be violent, but I wasn't intimidated. & # 39;

Grandfather said that the "hardcore lot" became bitter "because they couldn't answer the questions and answers I gave them."

The pro-Trump supporter caught the milkshake before throwing it back during today's protest against the president. He told MailOnline that he was there to support democracy

The pro-Trump supporter caught the milkshake before throwing it back during today's protest against the president. He told MailOnline that he was there to support democracy

He explained that one of his friends had been hit by a milkshake first and that he was hit while helping him.

The man also claimed that he was kicked in the legs and attacked with a banner with a stick at the end. The demonstrators also tried to take off his Make America Great Again hat – which he eventually got back.

The Londoner said how police officers had removed him from the protest in Parliament Square for his own safety.

He told the police that he did not want to officially report what had happened because he knew "nothing would come of it".

"Some of them called us fascists, and we told them that you were the fascists protesting against a democratically elected free world president," he told MailOnline.

He continued: “You have your democratic right to be there and to protest against him, and it protested peacefully.

The pro-Trump supporter was led away by the police for his own safety after demonstrators dropped the drink on him

The pro-Trump supporter was led away by the police for his own safety after demonstrators dropped the drink on him

"It was good to argue with them, and I laughed with most of them, then we started getting the hardcore lot around us."

Earlier that day, the Trump supporter said the US president had made him "grab her pussy comments" because he was "still a kid at heart."

Speak with Joe.co.ukhe added: I see a connection between Brexit and Donald Trump in globalism. Stop globalism. I don't like the fact that there is globalism. I am dead against it.

“I'm dead against unelected bureaucrats in Brussels you can't vote out. And they force us on laws that we don't even know about. I have no problem with Europe, it is the EU. & # 39;

The middle-aged Trump supporter claimed that demonstrators kicked him in the legs, attacked him with a banner, and tried to take off his Make America Great Again hat. Shortly after the middle-aged man was poured milkshake, Miss Prigent was filmed and shouted, "He's a damn Nazi."

The bad-mouthed protester has been working for the NHS for ten years and set up her own business consulting business last September. She is the only director of VLEK Ltd to receive NHS orders.

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