Vile protester who yelled 'Nazi scum' at milkshake-covered Trump supporter is company boss selling private services to NHS

A VILE protester who yelled "Nazi scum" at a milkshake-drenched Trump supporter has today been revealed as a company boss who sells private services to the NHS.

Siobhan Prigent was filmed hurling abuse in the face of a fan of the President in London as Donald Trump and The Queen attended 75th anniversary commemorations for the D-Day landings.

And the 35-year-old protester was today unmasked as the owner of a company VLEK Ltd that provides clinical trial coordination at University College London Hospital.

Siobhan sparked an outcry after she was caught on camera laughing as the Trump supporter was attacked with a milkshake in London on Tuesday.

A spokeswoman for the hospital today distanced themselves from the contractor, saying: "Siobhan Prigent is not a UCLH employee.

"She works for a third party contracted to carry out administrative work at UCLH. Her work does not involve patient contact."

Siobhan, who has since closed her social media accounts, had previously apologised for the confrontation during the protests, writing: "I am very sorry for my behaviour today. I should have protested peacefully & I didn't, & I regret that.

"I've let myself down & I do understand that fully.

But before she culled her photographs and posts from her Facebook account she described herself as: "LBGTQIA#intersectionalFeminist#BodyPositive#MentalHealthAwarness# Trying to educate myself."

Social media snaps show her posing for a snap with Hollywood star Benedict Cumberbatch.


A horde of protesters were filmed chanting "Nazi scum" at a Trump supporter before soaking him with the milkshake shortly after Jeremy Corbyn gave a ranting speech in Trafalgar Square.

The POTUS fan who was covered in the milkshake by the Leftie mob has said he was there "protecting democracy" during the President's state visit.

In the footage he is seen shouting "here to stay" before chucking the cup back at protesters.

He then tries to take on members of the group and lunges at the jeering mob as a lone cop tries to keep the situation under control before eventually more officers rush in to escort him away.

I've let myself down & I do understand that fully

Explaining his support for the President, the man said: "Because he's done more than he said he was going to do for America."

He added: "He's true to his word when he said he wants to make America great again."

It is not known exactly what happened to spark the flare-up, but he had reportedly been heard arguing with an anti-Trump protester about Parliament.

The grandfather later said: "We have to put forward how aggressive the left can be – it's not us, you know if they want to call me right wing because I'm supporting Trump then I must be right wing, but I'm not a racist.

"I came out to support Trump, to stop the left who since we voted for Brexit have been protesting against democracy.

"This is the democratically elected president of the free world. I just wanted a debate with the sensible left, I didn't expect any of what happened.

"I never wanted it to get violent, but I wasn't going to be intimidated."


Earlier Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had told the crowd Mr Trump had created a "greater sense of hate and hatred that goes with it" before lecturing on "peace".

Anti-Trump protesters also protested in Portsmouth this week, chanting "Nazi scum off our streets".

In a further clash, a pro-Trump supporter filmed herself popping the giant blimp of the President before yelling "that's a disgrace" at the protesters.

The woman is believed to be Amy Beth Dallamura – AKA Based Amy – a well-known blogger who has been pictured at Free Tommy Robinson demonstrations in support of the EDL founder.

The US President earlier slammed Mr Corbyn for being "negative" as he revealed he wanted to meet him after all.

He said: "He wanted to meet, today or tomorrow, I decided I would not do that."

Last month Nigel Farage was left drenched in a milkshake, as he campaigned in Newcastle.

Chucking chilled drinks over political leaders has become the latest way to show dislike for policies or people, as there has been a spate of milkshaking in recent weeks.


Far-right hot head Tommy Robinson had two chucked at him in two days while he was campaigning to be an MEP in Bury and Warrington.

Ukip candidate Carl Benjamin, who joked about raping a Labour MP, was also attacked with a milkshake.

And last month a Brexit Party-supporting pensioner was soaked with milkshake outside a polling station.

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