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MailOnlineTeacher turned pimp is jailed for running £1m-a-year bankers' brothel and cocaine den

Teacher turned pimp is jailed for running £1m-a-year bankers' brothel and cocaine den

Sorient Sigba, 54, left, who ran Freddy's brothel in central London, was convicted at Southwark Crown Court alongside Simon Earl, 58, Michael Wallen, 50, and brothel madame Vera Fosuhene, 46.

Reported by MailOnline • Friday, February 1, 2013

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