(PRWEB UK) 12 June 2014
The Telegraph report by Hayley Dixon dated 12th June 2014: Max Clifford‘s divorce reveals his marriage was over before arrest highlighted that Jo Clifford has been conspicuously absent at the end of her husband’s recent trial and sentencing at Southward Crown Court, case number T20137220, for indecent assault against minors. Max Clifford, 71, was the first person to be jailed as part of ‘Operation Yewtree’, Scotland Yard’s extensive investigation into allegations of child sex offences during the 1970’s and 1980’s in prominent media circles. Max Clifford was sentenced to 8 years in prison for 8 counts of indecent assault. Judge Anthony Leonard stated that Clifford had degraded his victims and “showed no remorse.”
The Telegraph article by Hayley Dixon reported that Jo Clifford had previously worked as Max Clifford’s PA, and the pair had then married in 2010. Jo filed for divorce on the grounds of his mysterious ‘unreasonable behaviour’ that she claims happened four months before Clifford’s arrest. Now Mrs Clifford has been granted a decree nisi at a hearing at London’s High Court that she did not attend. Raymond Tooth, who is a prominent divorce lawyer with a reputation for handling multi-million pound settlements and had earned the nickname ‘Jaws’ for his tough and hard-line nature, represented Mrs Clifford in her absence.
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