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Saturday, 25 December 2010

Stella English and the ugly truth about the gangster's moll who won the Apprentice | Mail Online


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Stella English and the ugly truth about the gangster's moll who won the Apprentice | Mail Online: "official BBC life story of Stella Susan English has some rather glaring omissions — which we can today remedy (albeit within tight legal constraints owing to a number of serious criminal cases against some of her fiance’s former associates).

Indeed, even as she drove back home to her cottage in St Albans after winning on Sunday night, the truth about Stella’s ‘other’ life was ­apparent as soon as she walked through the front door.

For waiting to greet her was Ray Dewar, 39, her fiancé and the father of her two children, Edward, four, and two-year-old Frank. For Raymond Alexander Dewar is a notorious hard-man with links to one of Britain’s most feared drugs barons.

Dewar was once associated with a major underworld figure (because he’s connected to a current legal case, he cannot be identified) who was described as so powerful, with corrupt police in his pay, that ‘he could bend justice’.

This individual controlled the drugs trade across a huge swathe of South London and was reputedly involved in gangland murders, bribing police and running an operation based on fear and bloody reprisals against enemy gangsters."

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