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Carter Ruck, a comedian & the death of Ben Cowburn

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Carter Ruck, a comedian & the death of Ben Cowburn

Post by loopzdaloop on 14.04.14 0:01

I thought it was interesting to read today that the famous gay UK comedian implicated with Ben Cowburn, the lad who killed himself in a Cornish mental hospital following making allegations of grooming and rape against the aforementioned comedian has hired Carter Ruck!

TV comedian accused of grooming teenager who killed himself uses top libel lawyer to explain himself to boy's family
Comedian has contacted Ben Cowburn's family to 'explain' relationship
But boy's parents spoke of dismay at his use of lawyers, Carter-Ruck
'We are not used to dealing with media lawyers,' said Sharon Cowburn
Ben, 18, found dead in 2010 after claiming he was raped by the celebrity

I'm not sure why this unnamed comedian would go down the route of Carter-Ruck though!

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Re: Carter Ruck, a comedian & the death of Ben Cowburn

Post by plebgate on 15.04.14 9:07

As a parent I would certainly want those allegations investigated by the police and I don't think I would be happy if solicitors contacted me on behalf of their client before that happened.


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Re: Carter Ruck, a comedian & the death of Ben Cowburn

Post by Guest on 15.04.14 9:26

I agree plebgate and, if I happened to know of Carter-Ruck's reputation for shutting up people who don't believe charmless clients of theirs, alarm bells would be going off!

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