Ex-Leeds MD David Haigh told to pay £230K court costs

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Former Leeds United managing director David Haigh has been ordered to pay out more than £200,000 in court costs after a failed private prosecution where he claimed he was the victim of “human trafficking”.

Mr Haigh, who has been in custody in Dubai since last May since being arrested and jailed on suspicion of fraud, embezzlement and money-laundering, launched a case against a senior lawyer and two executives from his former employer GFH Capital earlier this year.