Queen's former driver admits to sexually abusing two young boys in the 1970s - including one in his Buckingham Palace quarters - but dies before he can be charged | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Queen's former driver admits to sexually abusing two young boys in the 1970s - including one in his Buckingham Palace quarters - but dies before he can be charged

A chauffeur to the Queen sexually abused a boy in his Buckingham Palace quarters and another young boy at a relative’s home, but died before he could be charged, it was reported last night.

Alwyn Stockdale, 81, reportedly admitted attacking a ten-year-old boy and a boy aged under 14 in the 1970s. Stockdale, who was retired, died of natural causes in hospital last week, but was due to be charged with indecently assaulting one of the boys and with three offences of gross indecency on the second youngster, according to The Sun.

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