A former football club chief executive has been jailed for tax evasion on
Guy Simpson, a former CEO for West Midlands team Halesowen Town, admitted to
tax evasion for the sum of £4.5m.
Simpson was charged after he tried to smuggle fake Regal cigarettes through
Southampton port in 2008, the
The former CEO’s import documents claimed the containers at Southampton Port
were filled with exercise gym balls.
Simpson, was jailed for five and a half years.
The cigarettes were shredded and burnt at a power station to help power the
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