Geraint Davies, an MP, has been placed on administrative leave by Labour while an inquiry into “incredibly serious allegations of completely unacceptable behaviour” is conducted.
The Swansea West MP will lose the whip in Westminster until a review is conducted as a result of the decision to administratively suspend him.
It comes after accusations made against the seasoned lawmaker, according to the website Politico.
A Labour spokeswoman said: “These are incredibly serious allegations of completely unacceptable behaviour.
“We strongly encourage anyone with a complaint to come forward to the Labour Party’s investigation.
“Any complainant will have access to an independent support service who provide confidential and independent guidance and advice from external experts throughout the process.”
Geraint Richard Davies is a politician from the United Kingdom and the Swansea West Labour Co-op member who has been suspended.
From 1997 to 2005, Davies served as the Labour Party’s representative for Croydon Central. Additionally, he had held the position of leader of Croydon London Borough Council.