Brady freed of fraud charges after paying $34m owed to businessman
Prominent attorney-at-law Harold Brady has been freed of fraud charges.
When the matter was called up in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court today the court was informed that the money owed to businessman, Jeffrey Panton, has now been paid.
As a result, Resident Magistrate Maxine Ellis told Brady that the charge against him was being discharged.
In March, Brady was charged with fraudulent conversion.
He was accused of failing to pay over $34.5 million from the sale of a St Andrew property for $51 million.
Brady had denied the allegations.
He was represented by attorneys-at-law Abe Dabdoub and Raymond Clough.