Delay avoided as Trust leader Allen set for court hearing today

Delay avoided as Trust leader Allen set for court hearing today

A court hearing for Charles Allen has been arranged for today after issues which led to an earlier postponement were overcome.

Mr Allen, the leader of the controversial Rodolphus Allen Private Family Trust, was arrested at Lotamore House, Cork yesterday on foot of a bench warrant.

He had been due to appear in the High Court in Dublin this morning but organisational problems delayed the hearing by 24 hours.

These have been addressed and Mr Allen is now due in court at 2pm.

Yesterday he was discovered

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following a tip-off to the Irish Examiner.

When he was approached, he was moving into one of the outbuildings at Lotamore House at the time.


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