STAFF of F1 heiress Petra Ecclestone’s ex-husband were filmed counting “dirty cash” in a £266million money laundering operation, a court heard yesterday.
James Stunt, 40, and others used G4S and the Post Office to transport huge deliveries of bank notes to a gold dealer, the jury was told.
It was used to buy untraceable gold beads which were exported to Dubai, it was said.
Jurors were shown CCTV and a photo of staff at Stunt’s firm counting thousands of pounds.
A counting machine can be seen in the 2016 snap taken at the London offices of Stunt and Co by another defendant who sent it on WhatsApp to an associate, the trial was told.
It shows the proceeds of an organised crime gang which were passed to Stunt’s firm and then shipped to the dealer in Bradford, Leeds Cloth Hall Court heard.
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Prosecutor Nicholas Clarke QC said it was “blindingly obvious” the money was “criminal cash”.
Stunt and seven others deny money laundering. Case continues.
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