Jason Manford accused of phone sex with single mum weeks before wedding

18 Jan 2018

Comedian Jason Manford has been accused of engaging in "sleazy" phone sex with a young woman—just five weeks before marrying Lucy Dyke on December 23.

According to The Sun, after his performance at Torquay's Babbacombe Theater on November 18, the single mother left him a gift plus her business card. Jason, 36, reportedly exchanged a series of sexually explicit messages, before making a 15-minute call to say "I'll be your naughty boy."

The report says that the father-of-four continued the conversation on Facebook Messenger, but on a more private version which encrypts conversations before deleting them.

The anonymous 30-year-old woman claimed that Manford complimented her after she told him she admired his hilarious stand-up routine, so much that she suffered "jawache" from laughter.

“Perfect. Love giving girls jawache, haha,” he allegedly replied.

When she also joked that he was always caught in sex scandal, Manford—who was removed from BBC's One Show for sending explicit messages on Twitter in 2010—replied:  “Always, every f***ing time. I mean literally, f***ing joke.”

“What the f*** am I doing? Why am I even ringing you?” she claims he said, before saying, “I’ve got wifi and everything, I could just totally get porn and happy days.”

He also reportedly accused her of being a 'flirt', and equally performing a solo sex act during the 15-minute chat.

The woman claims that he told her he wanted to have sex with her, inquiring if she'd like to visit his hotel room before confessing to  “chatting and w******” with lots of female fans.

Manford got married to his girlfriend Lucy in his hometown at Manchester’s Town Hall weeks later— in the midst of family and friends—jetting-off to Dubai afterwards for their honeymoon. The fan, who pled anonymity, claims she wasn't aware he was married.

“I follow his comedy but not his private life,” she told The Sun. “Then when I saw he had only just got married I was horrified.”

In 2010, while still married to ex-wife Catherine, Manford was at the center of a controversy that made him quit BBC's One Show after sending explicit messages to a Twitter fan.

He claimed she forgave him saying: “I am a good dad, a good husband. From now I am going to be one forever.”

However, he was caught sending sexual content to another fan on Facebook two years later.