Gordon Ramsay Wins £250,000 From Father-In-Law

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His father-in-law was found guilty of hacking into Ramsay's e-mail
Gordon Ramsay
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Gordon Ramsay

British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is no stranger to the courtroom, given his long history of various lawsuits. This time around, Ramsay has won a legal battle against his father-in-law, Chris Hutcheson, and other family members.

Hutcheson and two of his children were found guilty of hacking into Ramsay's personal email and company computers. Earlier this year, Ramsay sued Hutcheson and others after realizing that personal message between him and his wife, Tara, had been read.

Ramsay was reportedly awarded £250,000 in legal costs.

This win hardly concludes the family feud; Hutcheson is also accused of leeching £1.4 million from Ramsay's company as the former chief executive of Gordon Ramsay Holdings. These allegations will be heard in a later trial.

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