Ex-Bestinvest investment director pleads guilty to child porn offences

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Nigel Parsons, a former investment director of Bestinvest, has pleaded guilty to offences including possessing indecent images of children, and voyeurism.

Parsons, most recently managing director at investment consultancy Finuate, appeared at Southwark Crown Court and admitted making and possessing 61 indecent images of children, and distributing one image. He also admitted charges of voyeurism after he was found to have hidden his iPhone in the office showers to film female colleagues, the court heard. Two recordings on the phone were made in February at the office in Chesterfield Gardens, the Evening Standard reports.  A worker spotted the phone and found footage of herself on it. Parsons, of High Wycombe, was identified because he...

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