I betrayed my country, admits Christine Keeler

ANI
9 June 2013

London, June 09 (ANI): Christine Keeler has come clean and has admitted for the first time that she betrayed her country.

Exactly 50 years after John Profumo resigned as Secretary of State for War, Keeler has confessed that she played a willing role in a high-placed spy ring in the Profumo affair, the Mirror reported.

She claimed that she helped her friend, osteopath Stephen Ward, whose clients included Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra and Elizabeth Taylor, in uncovering secrets about missile movements in the West that were later passed to the Soviets.

The 71-year-old said that she knows the truth and it is far more shocking than what the public has been fed by the British Establishment.

She said that sex was a game, while spying was a serious business. (ANI)

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