EXPOSED: THE LIES OF THE ‘REFUGEE’ WHO HAD AN AFFAIR WITH A MARRIED CHARITY CHIEF. HE WASN'T SYRIAN, HE CAME FOR A WEALTHY FAMILY, AND, MOST STAGGERING OF ALL, HE ALREADY HAD A BRITISH WIFE
To those who crossed his path in the Calais Jungle, he cut a sympathetic figure as a young Syrian refugee hoping to cross the Channel to start a new life free from fear and persecution. With his easy charm and near-perfect English, Mohamed Bajjar bridged the yawning gap between the refugees and the British volunteers trying to help them. Before long, the 27-year-old had become a leading light within one charity, Care4Calais, and a near-constant presence at the side of its married founder, Clare Moseley.