Former reality contestant sentenced to 114 offences

The former realitydeltager Martin Jørgensen, who has had the middle Hibel, has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for extensive fraud. It happen

Former reality contestant sentenced to 114 offences

The former realitydeltager Martin Jørgensen, who has had the middle Hibel, has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for extensive fraud. It happen

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
21 February 2020 Friday 03:00
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Former reality contestant sentenced to 114 offences

The former realitydeltager Martin Jørgensen, who has had the middle Hibel, has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for extensive fraud.

It happened on Thursday by the Court of Randers.

Here was Martin Jørgensen charged with 114 different conditions. Martin Jørgensen pleaded guilty in all the circumstances why the matter ran as a tilståelsessag.

east Jutland Police informs in a press release that the now 34-year-old man was arrested in October last year. At that time it had been found to 91 compared, as it was believed he was behind it.

He was therefore in custody, after which they found a further 23 conditions.

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Martin Jørgensen has on previous occasions been requested by the police and reported themselves ill to the hearings, where he has been indicted for fraud.

east Jutland Police does not wish to comment on the circumstances behind the arrest or the now convicted man's history.

the Vast majority of the cases, Martin Jørgensen is now convicted of, case of fraud in connection with the fact that he has put the various items for sale at, for example, The Blue Newspaper, or Facebook, then he has got people to transfer money to themselves, without that they have got the goods.

As part of the investigation, the police have made use of their nationwide center for IT-related and economic crime, LCIK, to link the many cases that have come in from across the country.

Efterforsningsarbejdet has also been greater that Martin Jørgensen has used other people's accounts to commit some fraud, says Lasse Nielsen, Dyrberg from the east Jutland Police section for economic crime.

- Here is, for example, talk about the fact that one person declares to the police that you have paid for a product without getting the product. The police can then see which account the money is gone, but the owner of the account has subsequently told that he also has been scammed by the same person. So there has been a lot of work to summarise all the cases, among other things because we each time have had to have permits from the banks to see who owns a given account, says Lasse Nielsen, Dyrberg Extra Magazine.

the 112 - 16. oct. 2017 - at. 20:06 Louise warns other women: Wanted ex-realitydeltager cheated on me for 30,000

in addition to having defrauded people over the net 101 times, is Martin Jørgensen judged to have put a home for rent in Boligportalen, where he has published out to be the landlord. Here he got the two women to transfer the security deposit and prepaid rent, despite the fact that he had not the disposal of the apartment.

in Addition, he is also, among other things convicted of the are four different hotels to have published to be a other and thereby stay in a hotel room and order food and drink, though he could not pay.

Specialanklager Jesper children's learning apps informs in the press release that Martin Jørgensen in court explained that he is a compulsive gambler and has used the money to cover its consumption.

According to police, Martin Jørgensen in all fiddled for about a half a million dollars. Defending Ole Thrown provide to Ekstra Bladet, Martin Jørgensen was sentenced to pay the whole amount back, with the exception of dkk 15,000.

He tells at the same time, Martin Jørgensen with the judgment will put it all behind him.

- He is with that he now must serve the judgment, then he can get it completed and get on with his life, he says.

Martin Jørgensen continued, therefore, his imprisonment after the verdict, as he has so far served four months of.

part of the judgment on the two and a half years in prison was a reststraf from a judgment he received for similar scams in 2016. Thursday's ruling is the third time, Martin Jørgensen will be sentenced for fraud.

Ole Thrown tells, that he, on the background are satisfied with the verdict, as Martin Jørgensen then received on-the-spot.

Martin Jørgensen has in his time, among others participated in the Big Brother, but he was kicked out of the program in 2013, when it emerged that he was previously convicted of fraud - despite the fact that the program required a clean criminal record. Even then, he acknowledged that he had a gambling problem.

TV - 6. feb. 2013 - kl. 17:24 Martin from Big Brother: I regret

Updated: 21.02.2020 03:00
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