Dominic Chappell evaded tax on £2.2m received for buying BHS, court told
Businessman was ‘misled’ by Sir Philip Green when he purchased chain in 2015, jury hears
The businessman Dominic Chappell evaded tax on the £2.2m income he received from buying the failed BHS high street chain from retail tycoon Sir Philip Green, a court has heard.
He ended up in this position because “he was simply too busy” to sort out his business dealings properly and he was “let down by others”, a jury at London’s Southwark crown court was told. Mark Bryant-Heron QC, prosecuting, said Chappell claims he was “misled” by Green.