A youth crime tsar has been temporarily suspended from duty following allegations she had a relationship with a married former councillor.
Kerry Boyd became the Kent youth crime commissioner in March after her predecessor Paris Brown, then 17, resigned over offensive comments she made on Twitter.
The 20-year-old former London 2012 torchbearer is reported to have had a close friendship with former Kent county councillor Robert Burgess.
A short time ago Kent Police and Crime Commission Ann Barnes said that she was "supporting Kerry at this difficult time".
Ms Barnes is under pressure after she appeared on a documentary last week.
Thousands of people took to Twitter to question her performance in the PCC role.
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