Boris Johnson's former lover Jennifer Arcuri has reportedly penned a TV drama inspired by their sexual escapades.
The programme will feature a fictional politician who is popular with voters but cannot reign in his sex drive.
American entrepreneur Ms Arcuri, 36, who told the Sunday Mirror she had a four-year affair with the PM, has given the script to US producers.
Netflix, Amazon and Disney+ are said to be to be interested in the sensational script.
The now married American says she saw the sleazy world of London politics at first hand during her time with Boris when he was mayor
A source told The Sun: "Jennifer saw first-hand the sleazy world of London politics for four years. She’s a lot of material from her time with Boris — stuff which might be really embarrassing for him.
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“But she also saw lobbyists, civil servants and fundraisers all getting up to no good. There’s a hidden world of sex and corruption behind closed doors in British politics and she’s going to expose it.”
Ms Arcuri was studying business in London when she met the then-Mayor of London in 2012.
They exchanged numbers while she was serving as a volunteer on his re-election battle bus.
She revealed they had sex for the first time just hours before Mr Johnson appeared in public at the 2012 Paralympics.
She also told The Mirror how Mr Johnson would make "desperate" pleas for racy photos during overseas trade trips, paid for with public money.
And Ms Arcuri said she had sex with Mr Johnson in the home he shared with wife Marina Wheeler, while she was at work.
But she described him as a “cowardly wet noodle” for not standing by her in the row over her presence on foreign trade trips suggesting he may not come out looking too good in the TV drama.
Boris Johnson is facing an inquiry by the Greater London Authority - responsible for the mayor’s office - over claims his failure to declare his relationship with Arcuri may have been a breach of the Nolan Principles of Public Life, which are contained in the Mayor of London’s code of conduct.
Arcuri was granted access to events at three top level trade missions, despite her businesses not meeting the criteria for the trips.
She also received received £126,000 of public money in event sponsorship and grants for her tech business.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct said there was no evidence he’d committed the criminal offence of misconduct in public office but he may have breached the Nolan Principles.
Len Duvall, the chair of the GLA oversight committee which is conducting the investigation said: “Our investigation will consider whether Boris Johnson conducted himself in a way that’s expected from anyone in that position.
“It’s important we get those answers, because Londoners deserve to have their politicians held accountable.”
However Ms Arcuri told us: “I never needed Boris to have a seat at the table. I never asked him for any favours.
“I didn’t need to trap him. He chose to pursue me. “ And I cared for him fiercely.
Mr Johnson denies any wrongdoing and insists he acted with honesty and integrity in their work relationship.