‘I didn’t nick that money’

Gravesend

A charity finance chief has denied stealing more than £170,000 from her employer. Rushna Choudhury, 45, allegedly defrauding the Social Interest Group out of £171,933.21 between November 2016 and August 2017. Choudhury had worked as a finance manager for the Islington-based charity, which helps other organisations improve their care for vulnerable people. Prosecutor Sarah Gabay said Choudhury was one of a small number of people who had access to the accounts. ‘During 2017, various suppliers began to contact the charity…

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