Gordon Ramsay: I'm 'Definitely Not' Leaving My Fortune to My Kids

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Aprile 19, 2017

An expert hired by Ramsay, who is worth around £100million, had discovered the restaurant tycoon's computer system had been hacked, the court heard.

The charges relate to an alleged plot to hack the computer system at Gordon Ramsay Holdings Ltd between October 23 2010 and March 31 2011.

While Chris' daughter Orlanda was also implicated in the crime, she's since denied the charge.

Judge Gerald Gordon scheduled sentencing for 2 June (17).

Adam Hutcheson also entered a guilty plea.

Gordon Ramsay is not known for mincing his words, so it should come as no surprise to learn that writing up an interview with the outspoken chef is akin to devising an elaborate game of "fill in the blanks".

Later that year, details of Hutcheson Snr's private life emerged in a separate hearing at the High Court, which rejected his bid for privacy over allegations published in tabloid newspapers that he had fathered two children by a mistress.

But a friend of Hutcheson Snr told the Standard the rift had been caused by the manner of his dismissal, saying: "Gordon chose to lock him out of the office without notice".

It was reported at the time that the pair had settled out of court, with Hutcheson receiving a £2million settlement, but Tana cut all ties with her family following the incident.

Chris Hutcheson admitted to plotting to unlawfully access his son-in-law's computers.

Suter said Hutcheson and his son Adam used their Google Mail accounts to access GRHL emails.

It comes as Gordon said he won't be leaving his massive fortune to his children as he fears it will "ruin them".

"A Met police expert reviewed the log files and found nearly 2,000 unlawful entries into GRHL emails", Suter added.

All the defendants were bailed after the judge at the Old Bailey agreed to the preparation of pre-sentence reports and said all sentencing options were open.

Neither Gordon or Tana Ramsay have publicly commented on the case.

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