Key player in £1.2m prostitution racket “astonished” his brother was found not guilty

Key player in £1.2m prostitution racket “astonished” his brother was found not guilty
 

A key player in a £1.2m prostitution racket said he was “astonished” his brother was found not guilty.
Prosecutors proved Liverpool escort agency Candy Girls offered sexual services midway through an 11-day trial.
They alleged brothers Leon and Karl Jackson led a scheme run with Leon’s wife Andrea Stott and Karl’s ex-girlfriend Lilly Anne Harrison.
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Stott worked as the company secretary, Harrison as its receptionist, and Martin Whiston was a driver for the “girls”.
The defendants denied... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 44
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