Car Crash Victim Suggests Cover-Up
Police Push Back
1/21/2019 9:23 AM PST
9:20 AM PT – Law enforcement sources in the U.K. Tell TMZ that Emma Fairweather's suggestion that she's been ignored by police is not just true. We are told the Norfolk Police are in the process of coping with them.
Interestingly enough, Emma claims the liaison officer who was assigned to promptly resigned her … allegedly because she was asking too many questions and what is difficult to deal with. Norfolk Police reached out several times over the weekend to answer any lingering questions she had, and that she never called back.
Regarding the investigation, we're told that's it's ongoing and that any "appropriate action" necessary to be taken by the time it's over.
A Norfolk Police spokesperson tells Emma's statement on Tuesday. Prince Philip
In an interview with the Mirror, Emma Fairweather Presumably from Philip or the Queen herself to offer an apology, well-wishes or … Something.
Emma also claims the family liaison officer would call to check in on her in the aftermath of the
Emma – who was a passenger in the on Thursday, and at one point she was circling the possibility of surgery.
came out though, which she does not seem too pleased with. Adding insult to injury …
Police say they have not got a seat on the web.
Originally Published – 7:23 AM PST