All hell breaks loose for Gordon Ramsay
Christopher Hutcheson, Gordon Ramsay’s father-in-law is said to have used the ghostwriting machine to forge the Chef’s signature to sign a pub deal for hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Ramsay claims that he has was tricked into the £640,000-a-year contract for the ‘York and Albany’ in North London.
The famous Chef is now in quest of a declaration to un-bind him from the contract because he claims that the agreement that was signed in 2007 “was not lawfully authorized”.
Tana Ramsay, Gordon Ramsay’s wife went on to say that the family feud is ‘extremely distressing’.
Mrs Ramsay went on to say, that she knew the ghostwriter machine was used but did not once strike her that it would have been used for anything else other than signing merchandise.
This would mean that they would have to pay the lease until 2033, and they would lose all their savings until now.
However, Gary Love the owner of York and Albany and a film director, has stated that Mr Ramsay’s claims are false and that he is just trying to withdraw from the contract.
The Chef is asking the High Court to rule that the agreement is not legally binding and it was not lawfully signed.
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