The younger brother of Shadow Chancellor George Osborne was today accused of supplying prescription drugs to a prostitute friend addicted to cocaine.
Dr Adam Osborne, 33, tried to use a false name to get the drugs, a General Medical Council hearing in London was told.
His friend had turned to him for help to combat her cocaine-related hallucinations, the panel was told.
The hearing was told he had been ‘misleading and dishonest’.
Under GMC regulations doctors can only prescribe for family and friends in emergencies.
Dr Osborne, who faces being struck off, admits prescribing drugs for a friend, family member and girlfriend but denies inappropriate conduct.
The case will be a huge embarrassment to the shadow chancellor as well as his parents Sir Peter and Lady Osborne who live in Notting Hill.