A Bradley Stoke man, convicted of money laundering and controlling prostitution at Swansea Crown Court in November 2007, has been ordered to pay back a six figure sum or face two more years in prison.
Nicholas Tredgett has been given four months to pay £138,987 after the same court refused to accept his defence that a large portion of the monies held in his accounts belong to working girls and should not be included in the calculation of his assets.
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