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Paris Brown: Did Kent ”police’ give her the job on account of her ‘racist’ and ‘homophobic’ tweets?

by | 7th, April 2013

UK's first youth PCC

PARIS Brown is Kent’s 17-year-old youth police commissioner. Last Wednesday, the Sheerness teen became the county’s teenage crime tsar. For £15,000 a year, Paris Brown would keep yoof and police in touch with each other.

She’s been on Twitter. You might have read some of her (alleged) thoughts:

“I want to fucking cut everyone around me.”

Paris Brown works at Swale Council. No-one has been cut by her. She also tweeted:

“Been drinking since half 1 and riding baby walkers down the hall at work oh my god i have the best job ever haha!!”

On drugs:

“I really wanna make a batch of hash brownies.”

On sex:

“Worst part about being single is coming from a party/night out horny as fuck and having to sleep alone.”

On language:

“Fucking hell why are the people from Direct Pizza so difficult to talk too!! IT IS CALLED ENGLISH. LEARN IT.”

On TV show Made In Chelsea:

“Everyone on Made in Chelsea looks like a fucking fag.”

On violence:

“I don’t condone violence but im so pleased that my brother thumped the fat little ****.”

Paris Brown answers to Ann Barnes, 67, the elected Kent Police and Crime Commissioner. She says:

“You cannot condone any offensive tweets and I certainly would not accept anything like that now that Paris has been appointed but I wanted somebody for this job who was a typical teenager. There is no way I would think of removing her from her post and I am sure Paris will learn from this mistake and be able to move forward to making a success of the role like I know she will.”

Paris Brown referred to immigrants as illegals and travellers as pikeys “.

She did all that before she got a job with

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