, News reports and pictures on London crown courts, General Medical Council and other courts en-us Mon, 20 Oct 2014 18:54:29 GMT YOUSAF: PCSO DEMANDED £400 FROM SEX WORKER TO KEEP HER ACTIVITIES QUIET AND THEN RAPED HER WHEN SHE COULDN'T AFFORD TO PAY EAST HAM, EAST LONDON A PCSO demanded £400 from a sex worker to keep her activities quiet and then raped her when she could not afford to pay, a court heard Kabeer Yousaf, 30, raided the brothel in East Ham, East London, where three women were working as prostitutes, but allegedly offered to take a bribe instead of reporting them. He started working with Romanian gangster Ionut-Viorel Motroc, 35, his wife Monica, 35, and their muscle man Bogdan Gherghel, 30, to run the sex ring across east London, it is said. Yousaf began demanding money from the women in October 2012 and carried on until his arrest in September 2013, Snaresbrook Crown Court has heard. Mon, 20 Oct 2014 15:11:00 GMT BUTLER:TRUCK DRIVER BATTERED DRINKER IN ARM WRESTLING ROW BARKING, DAGENHAM, ESSEX A forklift truck driver who smashed a bar stool over a man's head during an argument over an arm wrestling match was jailed for three years today (Mon). Mark Butler, 43, attacked Keith Ball when he asked for a re-match at the Lord Denham pub on Heathway in Dagenham, Essex. Butler had been drinking all day with friends when Mr Ball, who was in the pub with his brother and girlfriend, asked to join in the game at about 8.45pm. When he complained about losing he was punched to the ground by Butler's mates and the defendant whacked him over the head with a stool. Mon, 20 Oct 2014 13:46:00 GMT WOOLISCROFT:CARE HOME NURSE SWIPED JEWELLERY FROM RESIDENTS STOKE-ON-TRENT A care home nurse called an elderly resident a 'disgusting lady' and swiped jewellery from patients, a tribunal heard today (mon). Joanne Woolliscroft allegedly insulted the woman after she soiled herself in the lounge at the Stadium Court Residential and Nursing Home in Stoke-on-Trent. During the alleged incident on 7 December 2011, she told a colleague: 'Amy, can you get this disgusting lady out of the lounge now.' Janice Burgess, for the NMC, said: 'After carrying out the drugs rounds the registrant encountered the resident, calling her a disgusting lady in front of other residents and staff.' Mon, 20 Oct 2014 13:58:00 GMT JOHNSON:CHRISTIAN PSYCHIATRIST IMPOSED RELIGIOUS BELIEFS ON PATIENTS CAMBRIDGE; SOUTHGATE, NORTH LONDON A vulnerable patient tried to kill herself after her devout Christian psychiatrist directed her to a religious website, a tribunal heard. Dr Antonia Johnson, 58, allegedly imposed her religious beliefs upon three patients while working as a staff grade psychiatrist at the Fulbourn Hospital, in Cambridge. One woman attempted suicide after becoming convinced that God wanted her to die after visiting Christian website, the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service heard. The doctor told another patient that people were only in hospital because they wanted to be there, it is claimed. Mon, 20 Oct 2014 13:54:00 GMT BUNTING:ANXIOUS WAIT FOR JAILHOUSE NURSE PETERBOROUGH A prison nurse who greeted inmates by saying 'Hello b**ches' and lied about his drugs conviction is facing an anxious wait over the future of his career. Toby Bunting called inmates at HMP Peterborough 'a bunch of lazy w*****s,' the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told. He referred to colleagues as 'f**king s**t' and told prisoners: 'You are a bunch of lazy w*****s'. When a colleague was being shown a graphic, used to pinpoint parts of the body on a computer, Bunting brought up an image of two penises, the hearing was told. Mon, 20 Oct 2014 11:20:00 GMT PHARO:COPS UNAWARE OF SUN LEAKS DURING SOHAM INVESTIGATION SOHAM, CAMBRIDGESHIRE; BRENTWOOD, ESSEX; WAPPING, EAST LONDON; WINDSOR, BERKS Senior detectives who investigated the Soham murders of schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman were unaware of any leaks to The Sun from inside the massive police operation, a court heard today (mon). DCI Chris Stevenson, the lead investigator, and spokesman Detective Superintendent Andy Hebb both said they had not noticed unauthorised material in the press during the 2002 inquiry. The Sun's managing editor Graham Dudman is accused of paying a City of London officer for confidential information about the hunt for killer Ian Huntley. But the officers said the police probe was so wide, including several different police forces, that they struggled to contain the flow of information to the press. Mon, 20 Oct 2014 12:11:00 GMT