• Jared O’Mara posted an online advice column asking the pop group for an orgy
  • Reportedly said it would be ‘funny’ if Jamie Cullum was ‘sodomised’ to death 
  • The newly elected Labour MP sits on women and equalities select committee 
  • It is the second sexism storm in just a matter of days for the Labour Party 
  • Clive Lewis apologised for telling activist to ‘get on the floor b****’ at event

Kate Ferguson, Political Correspondent For Mailonline

Labour today faced a fresh sexism row after it emerged a newly-elected MP asked Girls Aloud to have an orgy with him.

Jared O’Mara invited the pop group to have sex with him in an online mock advice column post written at the height of their fame. 

Critics hit out at the sexist language and said he should  stand down from the women and equalities committee immediately or be removed by Jeremy Corbyn. 

Writing on Drowned in Sound website in November 2004, he posted: ‘Girls Aloud- I advise you to sack Sarah and the remaining four members (Nicola, Cheryl, Nadine and Kimberley) come and gave an orgy with me.’ 

Mr O’Mara also reportedly posted that it would be ‘quite funny’ if the pop star Jamie Cullum was ‘sodomised’ to death.

And he also reportedly posted a song with the lyrics: ‘I wish I were a misogynist, I’d put her in her place, I wish I were a misogynist, I’d smash her in her face.’

It is the second sexism storm Labour has faced in days after MP Clive Lewis apologised for telling an activist to ‘get on your knees b****’ at an event during Labour conference.  

Labour MP Jared O'Mara posted a mock advice column online asking Girls Aloud to have an orgy with him (file pic)

Labour MP Jared O'Mara posted a mock advice column online asking Girls Aloud to have an orgy with him (file pic)

Labour MP Jared O’Mara posted a mock advice column online asking Girls Aloud to have an orgy with him (file pic)

Mr O'Mara posted the comment as he took part in a mock 'advice column' discussion board online

Mr O'Mara posted the comment as he took part in a mock 'advice column' discussion board online

Mr O’Mara posted the comment as he took part in a mock ‘advice column’ discussion board online

Liberal Democrat peer and former leader of Sheffield Council Paul Scriven said: ‘It seems like a nasty pattern of sexist language and misogyny is developing from the Labour MP for Sheffield Hallam.

‘He clearly isn’t fit to sit on the Women and Equalities Committee. He must stand down from that committee immediately and if he doesn’t, Jeremy Corbyn must take action to remove him.

‘Having spoken to voters in Sheffield Hallam, they are beginning to question what kind of MP he is.’  

Mr O’Mara’s comments were made before he became an MP, but they are likely to spark anger among his fellow parliamentarians.

And they come when sexual harassment have been thrust under the spotlight following the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Labour MP Clive Lewis apologised 'unreservedly' for telling an activist to 'get on your knees b****' at a Labour conference event

Labour MP Clive Lewis apologised 'unreservedly' for telling an activist to 'get on your knees b****' at a Labour conference event

Labour MP Clive Lewis apologised ‘unreservedly’ for telling an activist to ‘get on your knees b****’ at a Labour conference event

The movie mogul has been accused of raping and sexually harassing dozens of women during years of predatory behaviour.

And figures from other fields, including politics, have warned that lewd behaviour and abuse is rife across other industries.

A Labour Party spokeswoman declined to comment on the latest revelations.

Mr O’Mara was elected to Parliament in the June snap election, when he unexpectedly snatched the Sheffield Hallam seat from former Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg.

Mr O’Mara’s office did not immediately respond to Mail Online’s requests for comment.    

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