Obviously the officer had something to hide in his past.
Or he was doing too good a job in yewtree.
Either way Freemasons will have had a hand in the story.
History is written by the Freemasons.
POST - Senior police officer investigating Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal to appear on BIG BROTHER after quitting role in Operation Yewtree
- Unnamed officer was an expert on child abuse but left Met last month
- Detective in team of 30 officers hunting attackers after Savile scandal
- Reportedly told producers Yewtree was 'upsetting' and 'draining'
A senior police officer who has been working on Operation Yewtree - the investigation launched following the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal - is entering the Big Brother house.
It is unclear if the high-ranking detective, who quit his job last month, applied to be a contestant on the reality TV show while working for the Metropolitan Police.
Until recently, he had been hunting celebrities who may also have carried out sex attacks, either with the help of paedophile Savile or working alone.
Bosses at Scotland Yard are said to be furious at his decision to seek celebrity status on the back of Britain's biggest sexual abuse investigation.