Keith Vaz, 59, a married father of two and a member of the United Kingdom Parliament resigned his position as the Chief of the Home Affairs Select Committee after some damning photos and chats were published showing him soliciting gay sex and sex-drug called 'poppers' from some Eastern European male prostitutes. 
Ain't no coming back from this. 
See the remaining photos after the cut

You must know Keith Vaz was in charge of monitoring crimes, immigration and drug policy almost a decade until this shocking revelation .

He lied to be a washing machine salesman called Jim in a bid to conceal his identity after his sexcapade.

During the first meeting with the prostitutes on August 27, which lasted for 90 minutes, he reportedly offered to cover the cost of cocaine, if it was brought to his flat, and also asked for sex drugs although he said he won't be using them.

On the day of the sex meeting, the male prostitute sent a text to say he was buying the sex drug to which the MP allegedly responded "great".

Later, when he was told another escort would join them, Mr. Vaz allegedly texted: "How will this work, do you want me to fuck him first or all together.
"Does he like poppers. Does he speak English."
Later in the encounter the older escort asked Mr. Vaz "what do you want?" to which he allegedly replied "You, I'm getting very horny".

Before the sex started, Mr. Vaz reportedly said:
"Take your shirt off. I'm going to attack you."
But Mr. Vaz now claims now claims he was drugged and that the newspaper paid the escorts to con him. 

In a statement on Sunday night released to the Daily Mail, Mr. Vaz who represents Leicester East said:
"I am genuinely sorry for the hurt and distress that has been caused by my actions in particular to my wife and children. I will be informing the committee on Tuesday of my intention to stand aside from chairing the sessions of the committee with immediate effect."
"At this time I do not want there to be any distraction from the important work the Home Affairs Select Committee undertakes so well."
"Select Committee do vital work in holding the government and others to account. We are due to publish two reports, one into Anti Semitic and the other into FGM in the next few days, in addition, we have a number of key witnesses."
"I will of course inform Committee members first of my plans when we meet on Tuesday. My decision has been based entirely on what is in the best interest of the Committee which I have had the privilege of chairing for the last 9 years." 
 Speaking to Sky News this morning, he said:
"It is deeply disturbing that a national newspaper should have paid individuals to have acted in this way. I have referred these allegations to my solicitor Mark Stephens of Howard Kennedy who will consider them carefully and advise me accordingly."

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