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Det Sgt Christopher Hawitt escotts Merseyside Police said: "Bartlett thought of nobody but himself and furnishing his excessive lifestyle with the money he took from those who trusted him most. Published 21 December Bartlett flew to Russia earlier this year, where he splashed out on expensive hotels and sex workers.
He said: "You were gambling away a large escirts of the money entrusted to you, while maintaining a playboy lifestyle with expensive prostitutes and luxury foreign travel. More on this story.
Bartlett, of Ainsdale, Merseyside, claimed to be investing his victims' pensions and life savings, police said. We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market. One victim said "chameleon" Bartlett "schmoozed you with his charm" but has "no conscience" and local fuck hanover "morally devoid".
Related Topics. Speaking afterwards, a spokesman for Merseyside Police said the Proceeds of Crime Act "allows for the court to reconsider the available amount At the confiscation hearing, prosecutor Philip Astbury said Bartlett's former employer had placed a "restriction" on his marital home on Delamere Road, so it could not be sold.
Making the ruling, Judge Brian Cummings said: "I very much regret there is so little available, but there it is. Bartlett was arrested when he returned to Manchester Airport from Russia in November after spending all of the money on hotels and sex workers. Neil Bartlett, 54, escotts was jailed in Decemberused bogus investment schemes to pay for gambling and prostitutes.
Southport Ainsdale. Detectives said he had defrauded a vulnerable elderly woman after gaining power of attorney.
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We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our baartlett journalism. Sentencing him to eight years in prison in December, Judge Alan Conrad said he had been "maintaining a playboy lifestyle with expensive prostitutes and luxury foreign travel". Southport Ainsdale.
Judge Alan Conrad admonished him for "living the life of a millionaire" on his victims' cash. This could include "future remuneration, inheritances [or] gambling wins", he added.
Following a tip-off, Bartlett - who asked for 14 further fraud offences to be taken into consideration - was arrested at Manchester Airport on 27 Bagtlett. A police spokeswoman said he had claimed to be investing pensions and life savings from his victims, but was actually using the money to fly to New York, the Maldives and Russia. At Liverpool Crown Court, the year-old admitted 14 counts of fraud.