Couple face jail terms for trafficking care workers


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A couple who trafficked care workers into care homes in breach of immigration laws have been told they face jail.

Anbanaden Chellapermal, 61, and his wife, Shamila Seenyen-Chellapemal, 56, both originally from Mauritious, but now running the Career Plus agency in Queens Gate, London, were found guilty of human trafficking offences after a three week trial at Chichester Crown Court. They had denied the charges.


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