Adult mannequin and accountant issued with injunction over harassment claims
An OnlyFans mannequin has been slapped with a High Court injunction to cease her harassing tax workplace employees after threatening to publish private particulars of officers on-line.
Amy Spencer and her accountant Robert Milton are additionally accused of threatening to video tax officers, receive their pictures and determine them on a web site to “provoke hostility towards them”. The High Court heard the pair engaged in a “campaign of harassment” to attempt to get them to drop a tax probe into her earnings.
Kate Wilson, representing HMRC, stated the pair claimed the mannequin owed solely £3,000 in unpaid taxes regardless of raking in £404,225 from promoting attractive footage on-line.
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She instructed the court docket they threatened to add the small print to the web, together with “false allegations” that would “provoke hostility towards them”.
It was claimed the pair threatened to make use of “tracing agents” and surveillance to acquire officers’ residence addresses, dates of beginning and different info, inflicting the civil servants “alarm and distress”.
According to officers, they engaged in “unreasonable and oppressive” behaviour with the intention to persuade officers to drop investigations into their tax affairs.
Spencer and Milton didn’t attend the listening to however have denied wrongdoing and blame the glamour mannequin’s “thousands of fans”, HMRC’s authorized workforce stated.
The court docket was instructed that Miss Spencer’s followers have been additionally allegedly inspired “to take action” towards HMRC workers.
In August 2022, HMRC opened an investigation into one other of Dr Milton’s purchasers, a agency named solely as YCX, over whether or not revenue and tax have been being under-reported, which Milton denies.
During the investigation, Milton is alleged to have threatened tax officers that “Balkans-based agents would engage UK surveillance operators to engage in surveillance to obtain photographs of them”.
Ms Wilson stated Milton had warned of “severest consequences” for HMRC officers, telling them: “Please seek to do the worst that you possibly can to ourselves and Miss Spencer. And let us see who is the last man standing.”
High Court decide Richard Spearman KC renewed a brief injunction towards the pair, stopping them from releasing HMRC officers’ info and requiring them to reveal what private particulars they might have shared with others.
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