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03/08/2021

Kettering Town FC owner arrested after being on the run for two months

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The former owner of Kettering Town FC has been captured by police after spending the last two months on the run. Imraan Ladak was jailed for six months at the High Court in Birmingham last autumn in connection with a conviction for contempt of court.

Ladak was originally convicted of breaching a court order for making derogatory comments about former colleagues at recruitment giant Pertemps. After skipping bail Ladak was eventually arrested 5 days before Christmas at a Travelodge in Milton Keynes. Ironically, the hotel was less than 300 yards from the local police headquarters.

A local newspaper reported that Ladak claimed former colleagues at Pertemps had turned a blind eye in defrauding the NHS and that the business was nothing but a “scam”. Ladak also accused a former Pertemps director of being a drunk and a pervert and had recently written to him addressing him as Jimmy Saville.

In August of 2020 Ladak was declared bankrupt and ordered to pay £70k in costs to Pertemps Recruitment. According to Companies House Ladak the CEO of OOH Healthcare, OOH Medical Recruitment and OOHpermarket but resigned from all three in September 2020.

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