A former Labour MP facing jail for threatening to throw acid over a suspected love rival reportedly told her supporters: 'I am a black woman in a white court.'
...in a message apparently sent to her supporters before the verdict, the MP – who denied the harassment claims – said: 'I am a black woman in a white court, facing a white system and white prosecutors.
'I have been deliberately targeted because I am vulnerable.'
It continued: 'I know first-hand the sexism and racism institutions and media use to vilify black women.'
Ms Webbe, who plans to appeal against her conviction, declined to comment yesterday.
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