Drugs and cash worth £1.5m stolen from house of Bay City Rollers manager Tam Paton on night he died
DRUGS and cash totalling £1.5million were stolen by gun-toting gangsters from the home of Bay City Rollers manager Tam Paton on the night he died, a book claims.
Several bin bags were allegedly stuffed with banknotes, jewellery and drugs in the minutes after Paton suffered a fatal heart attack at his Edinburgh home.
The pop svengali’s sordid last hours were pieced together by biographer Simon Spence, who spent two years researching a history of the Scots band.
After tracing insiders who frequented Paton’s Little Kellerstain mansion before his death seven years ago, the book details his... read more
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