The New York-born playwright is at the center of the British political scandal that may decide the country's next prime minister.
Eva Lee, the 34-year-old daughter of Broadway's famous composer Mitch Lee, and her husband admitted on Saturday that they called the cops on Friday to break the sign between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his friend, Carrie Symonds, and then questioned the press.
Johnson is said to have asked "to get out of me" and "get out of my apartment" – he has dominated British politics since then, with 55-year-old Johnson, who was pushing his questions about his ability to lead the country. 29-year-old Tom Penn claims in a statement late Saturday that they have called the police and recorded an audio record for the fight for the "welfare and safety of our neighbors," and then informed the left-wing Guardian because they believe "is important to the public i
But the couple faced questions about their motives after it turned out that Eve had disagreed with" Brexit "- the movement that Johnson helped to release ̵
She also defends the labor Party leader Jeremy Corbin, and earlier this year, one of her plays was on at the Brexit Stage Left, a pro-European European-funded festival, according to The Telegraph
The couple is hiding in their apartment over the scene of the battle in South London
Eve Rebecca Lee, born in New York with composer Dad Mitch, who won five Tony Awards for "Man of La Mancha" before his death in 2014
by Universes and Cambridge she described herself in an interview with the newspaper The Stage earlier this year as a Buddhist who worked as a reader of palms and said that her partner is close wizard.
Her mother, the artist Abby Lee – whose works were shown at Met, Guggenheim and Whitney – still lives in the Big Apple, but declined to comment on the role of her daughter in the scandal.
However, Eve's husband went out to protect himself and his wife against "Really strange and fictional" things being said about them.
"I would like to leave private citizens alone and instead focus on those who have chosen to run for power in the eyes of the public," Penn complained.
He insisted in his statement to the Guardian that they intervened only after they had not received an answer when they had repeatedly knocked Johnson's door.
"My only concern so far has been the welfare and security of our neighbors. I hope someone would do the same thing, "he said." I think it is reasonable that someone who is likely to become our next prime minister will be held accountable for all their words, actions and behavior. "
" I, along with many of my neighbors throughout London, have voted to stay in the EU, "he continued from his hostility to Brexit," This is the extent of my involvement in politics. "