Businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri reportedly refused to answer questions about whether she had an intimate relationship with Prime Minister Boris Johnson. It was reported that when PM Johnson was a Mayor, Arcuri received thousands of pounds in public business funding and places on official trade tips. However, the UK PM has denied all the allegations and claimed that everything was done with full propriety and that there was no interest to declare. Arcuri on October 7 told an international media outlet that it's categorically no one's business what private life the PM and Arcuri had or didn't have. She further added that the PM never gave any favoritism neither has he ever written a letter of recommendation for her.
The Greater London Authority has also apparently referred Johnson to Britain's watchdog for potential investigation over allegations of misconduct involving Arcuri. PM Johnson has been allegedly accused of allowing Arcuri to participate in trade missions and receive sponsorship. Arcuri was repeatedly asked about her relationship with PM Johnson, Arcuri reportedly said that the press has objectified her as an ex-model pole dancer and she further adds that she refuses to answer any questions related to the relationship between the PM and her. When asked if she loved PM Johnson she reportedly said that she cares about him deeply as a friend and they both share a very close bond and wants the UK PM to be happy.
Jennifer Arcuri is an entrepreneur, cybersecurity expert, and producer. She reportedly began her career as a DJ on Radio Disney, before moving into film. She was a writer, producer, and director of a short film that went on to be sold at the Cannes Film Festival. She later founded The Innotech Network in London which made her cross path with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. She supposedly created a streaming platform for independent filmmakers and the network used to also host events to discuss the tech policy where the UK PM was the keynote speaker in the year 2012. Arcuri has also founded another company called Hacker House, which allows ethical hackers to find solutions for businesses.