PHONE RECORDS of West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady that ended up in the hands of PKF will be handed over to her lawyers, in the latest development in a dispute between the club and Tottenham Hotspur.
PKF was appointed by Tottenham Hotspur to look into the background of the club’s failed bid to win the right to play at the Olympic Stadium, which was won by West Ham. Itemised phone bills of Brady ended up in possession of PKF. Both PKF and its partner Howard Hill have said they do not know who obtained the records.
After clearance from Tottenham Hotspur, PKF is now handing over information to Brady and her lawyers, the firm said in a statement.
“Neither West Ham nor Karren Brady have made any claim against PKF. They have asked us to supply information, which is confidential to our client, Tottenham Hotspur,” said PKF.
“Tottenham Hotspur indicated earlier today that it no longer objects to us providing this information and will we now happily do so.”
The case has previously heard allegations that Hill had passed the phone record details onto the Sunday Times earlier in the year.
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