The Guardian has detailed police were called to the London home of Boris Johnson and his accomplice on Friday after a neighbor heard an uproarious contention.
The paper said Carrie Symonds could be heard disclosing to Mr Johnson to “get off me” and “escape my level”.
The Metropolitan Police told the BBC it “addressed all inhabitants of the location, who were all sheltered and well”.
In an announcement, it said “there was no reason for police activity”. A representative for Mr Johnson stated: “No remark”.
The Guardian detailed that a neighbor had told the paper they heard a lady shouting pursued by “pummeling and slamming”.
The paper said the neighbor was inside their very own level when they recorded the supposed quarrel.
It said that in the account – heard by the Guardian, yet not by the BBC – Mr Johnson was declining to leave the level and advising the lady to “get off” his PC before there was a boisterous slamming commotion.
Ms Symonds is supposedly heard saying the MP had destroyed a couch with red wine: “You simply couldn’t care less for anything since you’re spoilt. You have no consideration for cash or anything.”