Blair Turgott To Face Fraud Offences

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Bromley man Blair Turgott will appear in court after being charged with Fraud offences.
The former England under 19s player faces charges of fraud by false representation and money laundering.
He will appear at Westminster Magistrates on Monday 28th April after being charged with by detectives from Operation Falcon who respond to fraud and linked crimes online.
The midfielder was with West Ham United as a youngster and made one appearance for the club in the FA Cup defeat against Nottingham Forest in January 2014, a game the Hammers won 5-0.
Turgott has been with the Ravens since the start of this season having enjoyed a successful pre-season spell. He has netted four goals for the club.

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