Gordon Ramsay's Father In Law Charged With Computer Hacking

Members of the Wandsworth chef's family to appear in court

The Met Police have charged Gordon Ramsay's father-in-law and three of his family members over allegations of computer hacking.

68-year-old Chris Hutcheson, who is Tana Ramsay's father, and his sons Adam Hutcheson and Chris Hutcheson (Jr) and daughter Orlanda Butland have been charged and requisitioned to appear in court to answer to charges that they conspired to access computer data without authority.

The charges date back to 2010 when Chris Hutcheson ran Gordon Ramsay's restaurants and businesses. Ramsay alleged his computers had been hacked and emails between himself and his wife Tana had been read by a third party. A bitter family dispute followed and it has been reported that Tana Ramsay is now estranged from her father.

In a statement the Met Police said that detectives from the Met Police's Operation Tuleta, the investigation into computer hacking, charged the four following allegations "that between 23 October 2010 and 3 March 2011 they conspired together to cause a computer to access programs and data held in any computer without authority, contrary to section1(1) of the Criminal Law Act 1977". They will appear at Westminster Magistrates Court on March 14th.

Gordon Ramsey's Father In Law Charged With Computer Hacking

Gordon, who lives in Wandsworth with Tana and their four childen, runs local restaurant London House in Battersea Square as well as famous eateries such as Petrus and the Savoy Grill subsequently bought out Chris Hutcheson's interests in is businesses and restructured his companies.

February 27, 2017