Former Irish international Brendan Mullin (57) has appeared before Dublin District Court this morning charged with nine counts of theft and fraud accusing him of stealing 573,000 euro from the Bank Of Ireland between 2011 and 2013. He is also accused of deceiving two individuals to sign a payment instruction to make a gain for himself by causing a loss for another. He is also charged with five counts of false accounting. He is due back in court on November 11.
Janey. Always came across as such a clean cut individual.
'Needs his passport for work'...I know he is cocky but to actually expect to continue being employed somewhere? No u dont need ur passport Bren.
A few rounds of golf with the judge should secure a suspended sentence...!!!
Probably best not to be discussing this in any detail until the outcome of any trial that may follow. The man remains innocent and free to work in the meantime.
Must admit I was tempted to post this story but we are not supposed to discuss ongoing court cases I think?
Is he not self employed?
It didn't say his current job...but I was thinking the travelling might be to swiss banks or cayman islands if u get my drift.
Wow when The indo mentioned this yesterday and didn't give a name I guessed Brendan Mullin and I was right.
There is a story in the ST about a Receiver being appointed to a poroperty development in Sandymount, it's behind a paywall.