Our old mate Chris Hutcheson was up in the magistrate’s court this week. The case of his alleged hacking of Gordon Ramsay’s computers is going to be heard at the Old Bailey in April.
We first bumped heads with Hutcheson when he took a superinjunction out against us. He was keeping an entire second family secret from his wife and kids, but it really shouldn’t have come as that much of a surprise. He had plenty of form when it came to juggling two addresses.
Off the back of overseeing Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant empire, Hutcheson was able to buy two neighbouring flats in a posh Mayfair street. He initially wanted to knock the two flats through into one, but failed to get planning permission for it.
Instead of giving up on it, he settled on a compromise. He took out part of the adjoining wall, installed a revolving book case in the hole and created a secret passage to move seamlessly between the two flats.