Former tabloid editor for BBC presenter Huw Edwards –

Disgraced BBC presenter Huw Edwards and his family are being helped by ex-News of the World editor Andy Coulson in the case surrounding his person. The Guardian reported on Saturday that Edward’s wife, Vicky Flint, sought advice from the former teacher ahead of her statement on the matter.

Coulson, a former tabloid editor, is no stranger to the British media. Between 2003 and 2007 he worked at the now-defunct News of the Word and left following a scandal surrounding the hacking of celebrities’ phones. Coulson later became communications adviser to then-Prime Minister David Cameron, but stepped down again due to continued coverage of the hacking scandal. In 2014, he was convicted of intercepting voicemail messages while he was at the tabloid. Today, Colson has an Office of Crisis Management.

Vicky Flint released a statement on her husband’s behalf last Wednesday, revealing that Edwards had been dominating the news in England for days. A BBC presenter has been accused of paying a teenager tens of thousands of euros in exchange for revealing photos. He also allegedly sent threatening messages to the youth. Police had previously announced that there were no indications of criminal activity at this time. The BBC is continuing an internal investigation.

In her statement Wednesday evening, Flint said her husband had been hospitalized for mental health issues. He added that Edwards, 61, would make a statement as soon as he could. Edwards has been a well-known newsreader for many years. He was the one who declared Queen Elizabeth dead last year.

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