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Four deny brothels conspiracy

PUBLISHED: 15:26 27 May 2009 | UPDATED: 13:59 03 July 2010

TWO men and two women today denied conspiracy to manage brothels when they appeared at Norwich Crown Court.

The two men, Richard Clements, 56, of Turnstone Close, Mildenhall, Suffolk and Jian Wang, 50, of Princes Road, Great Yarmouth, both denied conspiracy to manage brothels between July 2006 and February 2008.

TWO men and two women today denied conspiracy to manage brothels when they appeared at Norwich Crown Court.

The two men, Richard Clements, 56, of Turnstone Close, Mildenhall, Suffolk and Jian Wang, 50, of Princes Road, Great Yarmouth, both denied conspiracy to manage brothels between July 2006 and February 2008.

The two women, Shugin Wang, 52, of Princes Road, Great Yarmouth and Tin Wang, 49, of Newport, Gwent, also denied the same charges.

Shugin Wang Jian Wang and Clements also deny managing a brothel at the Cavendish Hotel in Great Yarmouth and Shugin Wang also denied managing a brothel in Chalk Hill Road, Norwich.

Shugin, Jian and Tin Wang also deny money laundering charges. Shugin and Tin Wang also deny managing a brothel in Orwell Street, Ipswich.

Their case was adjourned until July 29 for a further hearing.


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