Mystery surrounds councillor’s harassment complaint made to chief executive

MYSTERY surrounds a complaint of harassment made by a Labour councillor in front of the Thurrock Council chief executive last week.

Belhus councillor, Sue Gray made the complaint in her capacity as chair of South Ockendon Residents Association.

Chief executive of Thurrock Council, Graham Farrant was present at the meeting.

According to sources, the councillor told those present that abusive messages had been sent to her at Thurrock Council by a person called “Sue Perrin”.

She further informed the meeting that the matter “was in the hands of the police.”

YT contacted Thurrock Council who informed them that they were not aware of any complaint.

Essex Police also checked their records and confirmed that they were also not aware of any report from cllr Gray.

Cllr Gray told YT that “This was a private matter and did not wish to comment.”

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