The former Deputy, who lost her seat a year ago, resigned from the post of assistant minister at Health and Social Services under Senator Syvret in 2007.
She quit in protest against Senator Syvret’s sacking of the then head of the Jersey Child Protection Committee, Iris Le Feuvre. In a statement released to the JEP, Mrs Scott Warren said that she had been moved to speak out after Senator Jim Perchard’s comments about the Chapman report that found that Senator Syvret had bullied and harassed States staff.
Mrs Scott Warren wrote: ‘There have been many victims, mainly civil servants, but also some States Members, past and present, of abusive emails sent by Senator Syvret from 2007 onwards. In that year I was copied into emails that were of a totally unacceptable nature, so much so that I felt I had no alternative but to resign as Assistant Minister of Health.’