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The brothers were alleged to be involved in a conspiracy to drive the businessman into bankruptcy so they could 'steal' a multi-million pound development deal and the site.Giving evidence in February and March this year Mr Holyoake told the High Court he was coerced into signing a series of agreements which meant he was effectively charged interest of more than 74 per cent on a £12million loan from the Candys.But Mr Justice Nugee added that all three were 'willing to lie when they consider their commercial interests justify them doing so' and said: 'None of the protagonists emerge from the trial with great credit'.Reading a summary from his lengthy written ruling, Mr Justice Nugee said: 'Mr Christian Candy, with the encouragement of his brother, told a series of deliberate lies to Mr Holyoake.'He added: 'The judgment finds however that none of Mr Holyoake's claims has been made out.'The Candy brothers and Mr Holyoake were all in court to hear the judge's decision.She also posted a photograph on Twitter of the couple's 'celebratory lunch' in London with friends David Walliams, Jimmy Carr and Vernon Kay after Mark Holyoake's defeat - but Christian stayed away.Her property tycoon husband was photographed holding a card which read: 'Congraluations Daddy, you're a winner' after he won his case on Thursday.A Muslim teenager accused of lying to police about being racially abused by three drunk Trump supporters on a Manhattan train appeared in court with a shaved head - a punishment ordered by her Egyptian parents for bringing shame to their family.
She shared details of the ordeal on Facebook and won the support of other social media users.
6 train at the 23rd Street station in Manhattan on December 1.
Seweid even provided police with a description of the 'suspects', one of whom cops thought they spotted on video following her when she got off the subway at Grand Central Terminal, according to the New York Daily News.
The brothers said the case had 'caused unwarranted damage to our personal and business lives'.
Mr Holyoake, whose company was also part of the action, said in a statement: 'We, the claimants, are in a state of disbelief that Mr Justice Nugee has not ruled in our favour and intend to seek an appeal with immediate urgency.'Anyone reading today's judgment will see that there are currently no winners here.'I stand by our allegations and maintain that my own actions were deployed in self protection and wholly justified in the circumstances.'The Candy brothers were awarded an interim payment of £5.7million towards their legal costs.
The billionaires – dubbed the Bling Brothers because of their lavish wealth – were alleged to have coerced him into a disastrous series of deals which saw him repay more than £37million on a £12million loan. Mr Justice Nugee ordered Holyoake to pay £5.7millon in interim costs by January 11 - but this is just half the £11.4million the Candys spent on legal fees. During the case Mr Holyoake's wife Emma claimed in evidence there was a major rift between the brothers especially over Nick's choice of wife and Christian allegedly said of Holly on an Ibiza trip: 'She better f***** cross over on to the other side of the road.' Mark Holyoake sought £132million from the brothers claiming Christian Candy pledged to 'ruin his life' before adding: 'You need to think about your pregnant wife', who had previously suffered a miscarriage.