Lottery boss Simon Rydings jailed for three months for depriving charity of £285,000

Simon Rydings, founder and CEO of gambling operator Capen Limited has been sentenced to jail for three months for depriving a charity of £285,000 after running a lottery on its behalf. Rydings has been directed to further pay an additional £1,000 in compensation to Sheffield Hospitals Charity within 18 months of leaving prison. Birmingham Magistrates’…

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