David Cameron forced to evict teens from his £2m Cornwall holiday home after his daughter threw a wild party


DAVID Cameron sent five teenage girls packing when his 15-year-old daughter threw a wild party.

The former Prime Minister had allowed Nancy to invite school friends to the family’s holiday home in Cornwall.

The Ex-PM was forced to evict five teenage girls from a holiday home in Cornwall after his daughter Nancy  threw a wild party and invited a group of local lads over, seen here in 2016
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The former PM has kept a low profile since quitting following 2016 EU referendum result
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But he and wife Samantha saw red over late-night noise — and a surprise group of local lads they found in their sitting room.

Mr Cameron, 52, rang the girls’ parents and drove them to Bodmin Parkway station for a train back home to London.

A source said: “David had trusted them all to behave. But on the first night the girls were cackling away until 3am.

“And then on the following night he caught them sneaking out and about.

“On the third, he said he woke up to find a bunch of adolescent boys lounging around, with no apparent explanation as to why they were there.

“While Nancy is adamant they weren’t drinking, David was joking to locals that he’s sure they were p***ed as newts.

“He rang up the girls’ parents, and told them the holiday was over. They all got the train back to the capital later that day.”

The source added: “David actually took it all in pretty good humour considering — and it’s a scenario parents up and down the country can relate to.”

Father-of-three Mr Cameron — blamed by some for causing deep Tory rifts by agreeing to call the 2016 Brexit referendum — has a £2million holiday home in the area.

Last night a spokesman declined to comment.


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