By | July 9, 2016 0 Comments

Threats, blame and bankruptcy in the workplace – Dominic Chappell, former BHS owner, faces scrutiny

Dominic Chappell

Dominic Chappell

Dominic Chappell, former owner of an iconic retailer in the United Kingdom, called British Home Stores (BHS), is in the hot seat following the demise of the company. In testimony before Parliament, he claims the money he took out of the company had nothing to do with its collapse.

A Lovefraud reader brought the story to our attention. “Three times bankrupt playboy, no remorse, steady stare on the videos, threatens to kill someone, pity play,” he wrote.

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