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Canada Bahamian court sentences Canadian fashion designer Peter Nygard to 90 days in prison

17:53  18 november  2019
17:53  18 november  2019 Source:   nationalpost.com

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Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard was sentenced to 90 days in prison and fined in the Supreme Court on Friday after being found in contempt of court . Nygard was not present for the hearing. Justice Ruth Bowe-Darville handed down her judgment and sentenced Nygard to 90 days

Peter Nygard Faces Imprisonment Sentence and 0,000 Fine from Bahamas Supreme Court . The Canadian Nygard was not in court Friday when Justice Ruth Should Nygard fail to do either, he will face an additional 30 days in prison and he will be fined ,000 for each additional day that the

Peter Nygard wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Peter Nygard, seen here at a fashion show.© SunMedia/C. Procaylo Peter Nygard, seen here at a fashion show.

Peter Nygard, the Canadian fashion designer, has been sentenced in his absence to 90 days in prison and fined US$150,000 by a judge in the Bahamas.

In a ruling Friday, the Supreme Court of the Bahamas found the designer in contempt of court over a case involving emails allegedly stolen from an environmental non-profit based on the island. The non-profit, Save the Bays, had taken Nygard to court in 2013 over what it said was illegal dredging near the fashion designer’s New Providence, Bahamas home. The designer has been accused of enlarging the cay around his luxury home without official permission, and the work has been at the centre of a bitter, long-running legal battle.

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A judge in the Bahamas issued a warrant Monday for the arrest of Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard , the latest twist in a strange, convoluted legal battle over dredging around Nygard ’s luxurious beachfront estate.

Bahamian outlet The Tribune reports that the emails in question were first revealed to be in Nygard’s possession in an affidavit produced by Keod Smith, a lawyer for the Canadian, at an earlier hearing. On the back of this, the non-profit had been granted an injunction stopping Nygard from publishing, disseminating or even looking over the emails in question. A copy of the ruling provided by Save the Bays shows the defendants as Nygard, Smith and “persons unknown,” who have “misappropriated or published the applicants confidential emails.”

A warrant was first issued for Nygard in January, and he is not believed to be in the Bahamas. Justice Ruth M.L. Bowe-Darville ruled he must pay the principal $150,000 fine within a week, or he will be given another month in prison, and an extra $5,000 fine, for each day that the sum remains outstanding.

Offering her decision, Bowe-Darville also ordered the Canadian to apologize for his non-appearance in writing and promise that he would stop using the emails in question. Each time he breaks one of these orders, she said, he will pay another $5,000 on top of the other fines.

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