Michelle Monaghan breaks social media silence by returning to Instagram for first time in seven months amid ongoing investigation into £200m PPE deal
- PPE Medpro awarded £230m contract to supply gowns and masks for NHS
- It turned out that Lady Mon had referred the firm to Theodore Agnew’s office
- At the time, he was the Cabinet Minister responsible for procurement of PPE
- Labor deputy leader Angela Rayner called on the government to release the records
- Edward Agar said they could not be released because they were “commercially sensitive”.
- In response, Rayner accused the government of “lack of transparency”
- Lady Mone has repeatedly denied any association with PPE Medpro
Michelle Monaghan has returned to social media for the first time since her company was investigated in January as part of the PPE Medpro fraud investigation.
The company won £200m of contracts from the Department of Health after Michelle recommended it to ministers in 2020.
The bra-wearing Scottish baroness, 50, recently had one of her homes – the Isle of Man mansion she shares with billionaire husband Doug Borrowman – searched as part of the investigation.
She’s back: Michelle Monaghan is back on social media for the first time since her company was investigated in January as part of the Medpro PPE fraud investigation
However, she seemed to have put all that behind her as she posed for new photos on her Instagram account.
As Boris Johnson exited 10 Downing Street, Michelle made another appearance and appeared to send a message to her fans by choosing a music track along with some outfit choices.
In one shot, where she was dressed in all white, the soundtrack she played in the background was Whitney Houston’s “Love Will Save the Day” with the words “When you’re feeling down and you’ve got a problem on your mind, love will save the situation’.
Ignore Me: In one picture where she was dressed in all white, the soundtrack she played in the background was Whitney Houston’s Love Will Save the Day
She told followers: “I hope you’re having a wonderful day.”
In another, she posed in front of a well-stocked bar in an all-black outfit and red bag as Becky Hill’s “I Could Get Used to This” played.
In another picture, she played the song Face About Damn Time with the lyrics “Bad o’clock, yes, one thirty.” I’ve been through a lot, but I’m still flirtatious…
Looking good: In another picture, she played the song Face About Damn Time with the lyrics “Dreadful o’clock, yes, one-thirty.” I’ve been through a lot, but I’m still flirtatious…
Controversy: One of her homes – the Isle of Man mansion she shares with billionaire husband Doug Barrowman – was recently raided as part of the investigation.
Michelle was recently spotted out and about in Portugal with Nicole Scherzinger, her rugby partner Tom Evans’ brother Max and their fellow sportsmen.
The former Ultimo boss is likely to be interviewed under caution by the National Crime Agency as part of a fraud investigation into PPE Medpro, which won £200m of contracts from the Department of Health after it recommended it to ministers in 2020.
Baroness Monet has consistently denied any “role or function in the company” and her lawyers have said she is “not associated with PPE Medpro in any capacity”.