Brian Kennedy Admits Madeleine Fund was for Legal Expenditure

Brian Kennedy gave an interview at the Rothley War Memorial on May 17, 2007. He was eager to tell us how to donate money to the “Fund” via two banks – the Nat West and the Royal Bank of Scotland. He also told us that the money would mainly be used for legal expenditure. . . . → Read More: Brian Kennedy Admits Madeleine Fund was for Legal Expenditure

McCanns were broke in 2007

Back in the summer of 2007 when the McCanns stayed in Portugal for four months following the disappearance of their daughter Madeleine, the two wealthy doctors were in financial difficulty. Gerry McCann’s sister Patricia recently revealed that family members helped them to pay the mortgage payments on their house in Rothley, Leicestershire. . . . → Read More: McCanns were broke in 2007

Fund pays for luxury hotel

by Sónia Trigueirão

Madeleine’s father and the English lawyer who accompanied him on the visit to Portugal, on Tuesday, were lodged at the D. Pedro Palace, a five-star hotel and one of the most luxurious ones in Lisbon. Everything, of course, financed by the ‘Find Madeleine’ Fund.

As far as CM was able to establish, . . . → Read More: Fund pays for luxury hotel

Couple branded ‘despicable’ over Madeleine fund fraud

A teenage couple who claimed they were collecting money for the fund for missing Rothley girl Madeleine McCann have been branded “despicable” in court. Dale Armstrong, 16, and Gareth Trainer, 18, admitted asking people in their home town of Hawick, southern Scotland, for money for the fund. . . . → Read More: Couple branded ‘despicable’ over Madeleine fund fraud

Row as McCanns use £1million Madeleine fund to pay their mortgage

Kate and Gerry McCann have used the £1million Find Madeleine fund to pay their mortgage, it was revealed yesterday. Fund organisers refused to say how much had been spent but confirmed that money donated by the public was made available for the family’s living expenses. . . . → Read More: Row as McCanns use £1million Madeleine fund to pay their mortgage