Saturday 6 August 2022 10:16 PM Michelle Mone pays £50k to banker Richard Lynton-Jones who branded 'waste of a ... trends now

Saturday 6 August 2022 10:16 PM Michelle Mone pays £50k to banker Richard Lynton-Jones who branded 'waste of a ... trends now
Saturday 6 August 2022 10:16 PM Michelle Mone pays £50k to banker Richard Lynton-Jones who branded 'waste of a ... trends now

Saturday 6 August 2022 10:16 PM Michelle Mone pays £50k to banker Richard Lynton-Jones who branded 'waste of a ... trends now

Baroness Michelle Mone, 50, settles racial abuse case and agrees to pay Richard Lynton-Jones, 42, more than £50,000 after branding the banker of Indian heritage a 'waste of a white man's skin' Tory peer Michelle Mone, 50, has paid more than £50k to a financial consultant The lingerie tycoon called a man of Indian heritage a 'waste of a white man's skin' Glasgow-born  'Baroness Bra' said she thought Richard Lynton-Jones was white

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Conservative peer Michelle Mone has settled a High Court claim for racial abuse after calling a man of Indian heritage a 'waste of a white man's skin'.

The Mail on Sunday understands that the lingerie tycoon, who had founded the Ultimo brand which earned her the nickname Baroness Bra, has paid more than £50,000 in settling the claim brought by Monaco-based financial consultant Richard Lynton-Jones.

Lawyers for the Glasgow-born baroness said that when she made the comment in a WhatsApp message in 2019 she believed that Mr Lynton-Jones was '100 per cent white and British' and that there was 'no trace whatsoever of non-white colouring or any features'.

Conservative peer Michelle Mone (pictured) has settled a High Court claim for racial abuse after calling a man of Indian heritage a 'waste of a white man's skin'

Conservative peer Michelle Mone (pictured) has settled a High Court claim for racial abuse after calling a man of Indian heritage a 'waste of a white man's skin'

Lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone, who founded the Ultimo brand which earned her the nickname Baroness Bra, has paid more than £50,000 in settling the claim brought by Monaco-based financial consultant Richard Lynton-Jones

Lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone, who founded the Ultimo brand which earned her the nickname Baroness Bra, has paid more than £50,000 in settling the claim brought by Monaco-based financial consultant

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