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MOVERS & SHAKERS

The snakes and ladders of societyA chronicle of drama, scandal and success in London, Paris, New York and elsewhere

The trials of Khemka

Old Harrovian jeans designer Sheel Khemka to face retrial

 

In August 2014, Harrow and Oxford educated Sheel Khemka was tried at Croydon Crown Court in relation to allegations made by Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs regarding substantial VAT claims that he’d submitted.

 

The trials of Khemka - Sheel Khemka - The Round Tower, Siddington, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, GL7 6RH
Sheel Khemka
The trials of Khemka - Sheel Khemka - The Round Tower, Siddington, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, GL7 6RH
The Round Tower, Siddington, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, GL7 6RH

 

Currently a director of four companies including the rather inappropriately mockingly named “I’mpure Limited’ amongst others, Khemka, the son of West Nottinghamshire College CEO Dame Asha Khemka DBE and the brother of E2Exchange founder and CEO Shalina Khemka, will now go to retrial regarding this matter on 11th April 2016 at Croydon Crown Court.

 

Elsewhere, the London based businessman – who has 54 closed directorships and whom featured in a number of articles about a dispute with a crowdfunding site in 2013 – has enjoyed extensive press coverage regarding the sale of the £2.5 million Gloucestershire home he has lived in since 2009 in such titles as the The Mail on Sunday and the Evening Standard. Currently on the market through Savills – the third agent in as many months that has attempted to sell a white elephant that is nicknamed The ‘W**nker’s Tower’ locally – the house overlooks an airfield and sits on a windswept hill.

 

 

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