Jessie Wallace was spotted in the same VIP box as notorious roadkill Kenneth Noye during an Elvis tribute concert at London’s O2 Arena this week.
The EastEnders actress, 52, enjoyed lavish hospitality for £200 per person along with a number of other guests, including the 76-year-old gangster who was sentenced to 25 years for the murder of Stephen Cameron, 21, on a slip road on the M25 in May 1996 – before fleeing to Spain.
Noye also fatally stabbed undiscovered police officer John Fordman in 1985, but was acquitted on self-defense grounds.
Jessie, who plays Kat Slater in the BBC soap, was herself arrested in 2022 after kicking a police officer in the groin following a night of drinking Caution.
In new snapshots received from The sun Dressed in all black, Jessie is seen away from Kenneth as they enjoyed the show at their respective parties.
Evening: Jessie Wallace, 52, was spotted in the same VIP box as notorious roadkill Kenneth Noye during an Elvis tribute concert at London’s O2 Arena this week (pictured in June)
Murderer: The EastEnders actress enjoyed lavish hospitality for £200 per person along with a number of other guests, including the 76-year-old gangster (pictured in February), who was sentenced to 25 years for the murder of Stephen Cameron, 21, on an access road became M25, in May 1996
A retired police officer told the publication: “You have the police killer and the police beater in one box.”
While one viewer said: “They were both in the company box living their best.” “Seeing Kat Slater sway to Elvis alongside Kenny Noye was surreal to say the least – not to mention incredibly uncomfortable.”
Adding: “Boxes at the O2 must be signed out in advance and names and contact details given.” People knew who else was there and Kenneth was gossiped about in advance – everyone was pretty stunned he was leaving.
MailOnline has contacted Jessie’s representative and box owner OSTC for comment.
Last year, footage emerged showing the moment Jessie was arrested after a night out. Some witnesses claimed she was thrown out of a nightclub for being “naughty”.
It was claimed that in addition to kneeling an officer, the actress said: “Damn you fat bastard.” before being taken into a police car.
At the time, a witness said Wallace was “out of control” and exhibiting “really shocking behavior.”
Another said: “She behaved very disorderly, was drunk, attacked police officers and constantly cursed.
Night on the town: In snaps obtained by The Sun, Jessie is seen dressed all in black and standing away from Kenneth as they enjoyed the show at their respective parties
Shock: Jessie herself was arrested in 2022 after she pushed a police officer in the abdomen after a night of drinking (pictured).
“Then she continued shouting, “I hope this is all entertainment for you guys,” as she stormed through the middle of our group. She then banged on the door of the police car she was in.
“The bouncers had thrown her out because she was so pushy and annoying towards others.”
She was arrested in Bury St Edmunds on suspicion of assaulting a police officer, as well as being drunk and disorderly.
Meanwhile, Noye was arrested in Spain in August 1997 and, after two years on the run, extradited to the United Kingdom to face trial for the murder of Stephen Cameron.
The father-of-two is now back on the streets after spending 21 years in prison for Stephen’s fatal stabbing.
Mugshot: Noye (pictured) also fatally stabbed undiscovered police officer John Fordman in 1985, only to be acquitted in self-defense
RIP: He was arrested in Spain in August 1997 and, after two years on the run, extradited to the UK to stand trial for the murder of Stephen Cameron (pictured).
Crook: Actor Jack Lowden played Noye in the six-part BBC drama The Gold about the Brink’s Mat heist
Danielle Cable, who witnessed the horror crime aged just 17 and helped identify her boyfriend’s killer after being taken to Spain by British investigators before his arrest, is still under witness protection.
Noye ensured that most of the gold bars stolen in the infamous Brink’s Mat robbery were melted down and sold in the 1980s.
An armed gang stole £26 million worth of gold, diamonds and cash from a warehouse at the Heathrow International Trading Estate.
The heist was adapted into a BBC drama earlier this year called The Gold, which starred Hugh Bonneville, Dominic Cooper, Charlotte Spencer and Jack Lowden as Noye.