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Rod Stewart’s wife Penny Lancaster reveals police horror over ‘drug addict’ attack

Penny Lancaster is the third spouse of ‘Maggie May’ crooner Rod Stewart, who she has been married to for 13 years. In current years, she has featured on BBC’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ and ‘Famous and Fighting Crime’ on Channel 4 – a present the place celebrities be part of the police. The expertise on that latter present has led the 49-year-old former mannequin to coaching to turn into a particular constable with the City of London police drive. Despite the optimistic final result of her time on the present, unearthed accounts reveal the “terrifying” second she was threatened and feared for her life. 

Penny revealed the harrowing account to the ‘Loose Women’ panel and admitted that in her time on name she “never knew what was round the corner”. 

While she wore a stab proof vest, she feared repercussions as she had no weapons to defend herself with. 

She informed the ITV hosts in 2018: “I did not have mace spray or a baton, so I had nothing to guard myself apart from the decision out, the place I may name for backup.”

Penny went onto describe the moment she realised she was face-to-face with a drug addict who was ready to attack her. 

She said: “There was a lady who I was chasing, a possible theft from a shop.

“After I chased after her, when she lastly slowed down, I realised she was a drug addict. Literally frothing on the mouth, darkish circles, shaking.

While she is eager to do her bit for the group and assist out society, Rod Stewart appears lower than impressed. 

Penny added: “My husband was terrified with the tales I used to be popping out with. I used to be coming dwelling at 4 within the morning.”

She believed it was her privileged lifestyle that made her want to help others.

Penny added: “I’ve always liked the idea of giving back, doing charity, as much as you can give up your time, but it isn’t enough.

“Being a police volunteer I feel like I can reach out to those people and touch their lives. 

“The police do obviously need more help, it’s only 12 weekends of training.”

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