Edward W. Ellis loses appeal

Was it really more than six months ago that we reported on the commencement of Application to Commit proceedings against Edward W. Ellis, Neelu’s former live-in struck-off solicitor? By gum, it has been that long! Thanks to the kind reader who forwarded us an update on the case. According to the case report, which we…

UPDATE: Sabine’s bail application denied

In a hearing this morning at Southwark Crown Court, Sabine McNeill’s legal team was unable to persuade HHJ Deborah Taylor to grant their client bail on medical grounds. Sabine, who did not appear in person, had been claiming that she was effectively immobilised and unable to walk after her Nordic ski poles were confiscated by…

Sabine’s bail application adjourned to Wednesday

As we noted in our last post, Sabine’s barrister appeared in court at 9:30 this morning for a bail application. And as we expected, Belinda was present, having left her usual cheering squad of motley fools at home. Belinda did notify her followers of the court date…a few hours before it started, presumably to ensure that…

Sabine McNeill in court for bail application today

We have learned that Sabine McNeill will be at Southwark Crown Court at 9:30 this morning, in another attempt to apply for bail.  Sabine has been held on remand in Bronzefield Prison since her last hearing on 19 March, when her most recent request for bail was rejected. Sabine was first remanded in custody in…

Neelu’s day in court, translated

Many of our readers are already aware that Neelu Berry spent much of yesterday in court. She announced it late Thursday night/early Friday morning on her Facebook page, and then followed up with a number of posts yesterday. However, as usual when Neelu is involved, her version of events tended toward the cryptic and/or incomprehensible,…

Sabine in custody until trial

Sabine McNeill’s application to amend her bail conditions was heard at Southwark Crown Court this morning. The application was refused, and Sabine will remain in prison until her trial, which is currently set to start in November. Despite herculean efforts by various Hoaxtead mobsters to assemble a massive throng to support their friend, turnout was…