Man, 44, is charged with trespassing at Buckingham Palace while ‘carrying a knife and cocaine’

  • Cameron Kalani (44), is accused of entering Royal Mews Palace in May 2018. 
  • Kalani was said to be carrying a knife and in possession of cocaine.
  • This alleged incident occurred just days following a previous security panic at Windsor 

A man has been charged with trespassing at Buckingham Palace and is also accused of carrying a knife and cocaine.

Cameron Kalani (44), is charged with entering the Royal Mews of the Palace in May 2018.

According to The Evening Standard, he was due to present at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in order to be charged with trespassing within a protected area.

According to the newspaper’s report, he was carrying both a knife and cocaine at the time of the alleged incident. 

Cameron Kalani has been charged with trespassing at the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace armed with a knife and carrying cocaine. Pictured: the Royal Mews in September this year

Cameron Kalani was charged with Trespassing at Buckingham Palace Armed with a Knife and Carrying Cocaine. Photo: The Royal Mews, September 2012.

Kalani will appear before the magistrates court on Friday at 10:00 AM.

After two security alerts earlier in the year for Royal Family, this incident allegedly occurred.

Security guards let an unidentified woman roam Windsor’s grounds in April.

Unprofessional security guards allowed the 44-year-old female to enter the Royal Lodge. 

After climbing an exterior wall near Windsor where Prince Andrew lives and Queen Elizabeth walks her corgis, they were then arrested by security personnel.

The Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace looks after state coaches and carriages used by the Queen and Royal Family on state occasions including coronations, State Opening of Parliament, visits by heads of states, and coronations.

It’s currently closed to all visitors.