Dan Wootton, GB News’ broadcaster, became the subject of a scandal last week after his reported ex-boyfriend Alex Truby made a number of accusations against him. Alex claimed on Twitter that Dan Wootton had stalked him and emotionally abused him when they were dating.

Later, according to reports from Byline Times, who did a special investigation, Dan Wootton allegedly used false identities on the internet to mask himself in order to deceive and pay other people into providing damaging sexual information.

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Who is Alex Truby?

Alex Truby was reportedly the former partner of Dan Wootton for four years. Recently, he took to Twitter to claim that Dan did not only mentally abuse him during the relationship, but also accused him of being involved in the business of making sex tapes.

When Wootton was abroad, Alex allegedly found a padlocked holdall concealed behind Wootton’s washing machine. Alex discovered a hard drive inside this holdall. On it, there was a video that allegedly showed him having sex with a Sun employee. According to Alex, the tape appeared to have been recorded without their consent and with a hidden camera.

Recently, Alex has been active on Twitter, sharing a lot of content regarding Dan Wootton. Have a look at some of his tweets:

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Alex also said that the video came with a transcript. It was purportedly an MSN communication between the partner of the Sun employee and a person who went by the name “Martin Branning.”

According to the transcript, Branning allegedly paid the partner 500 pounds and requested them to discreetly record a sex film, most likely without the Sun employee’s knowledge. Alex added that he suspected Dan Wootton, his ex-boyfriend, had used the alias Martin Branning.

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Moreover, according to Truby, Wootton got illegal access to his email and social media accounts, which made him believe he was being stalked. When Truby discovered his Gmail account was being accessed from an IP address at the News of the World office, where Wootton was working at the time, the intrusion became clear.

The Byline Times has allegedly discovered that Truby questioned Wootton about the items in the holdall before calling it quits with him. According to Truby, Wootton confessed his guilt in an emotional manner, admitting that he created and continued to use the pseudonym, Martin Branning.