Chef Gordon Ramsay's dad-in-law admits hacking computer
Gordon Ramsay's father-in-law has admitted hacking the computer system of the celebrity chef's company.
Chris Hutcheson (68) was charged under Operation Tuleta, launched after the News International phone hacking scandal.
Three of his children, Adam Hutcheson (46), Orlanda Butland (45) and Chris Hutcheson jnr (37) also faced the same charge.
Hutcheson snr, the father of Ramsay's wife Tana, was involved in a very public falling out with the chef after he was dismissed from a senior position at Gordon Ramsay Holdings Ltd.
The three men pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey, while Ms Butland denied the charge and the prosecution offered no evidence.