Twitter legend Charlotte Fakeovers will close this weekend- but not before revealing more devastating details in the scandal surrounding the liquidation of Rangers and the on going omnishambles.
Over the last few months a number of documents have been released throwing fresh light on the liquidation, asset sale and the 5-way agreement that has put Scottish football under a cloud as the football authorities bent their own rules in order to ensure that team playing in blue from Ibrox are somewhere in Scottish football.
Initially the leaked documents seemed to portray Craig Whyte in as positive a light as possible but recently it has appeared that documents from a number of different sources have been released with the twitter account avidly followed by most internet bampots.
Earlier today Charlotte tweeted: “CharlotteFakes will cease to exist via Twitter and email this weekend therefore no further submissions can be accepted. #WithRegrets.”
That was followed by a list of the ten people who will benefit most from her twitter exit. Shortly afterwards Charlotte teased with: “However I wouldn’t dare dream of leaving without giving you all an insight into the past 12 months in the most glorious of detail.”
The first of those blockbusters appeared just after 7pm tonight with the release of the minutes from a directors meeting on 31st October 2012. Throughout the minutes reference is made to the asset purchase agreement between Sevco 5088 Limited and The Administrators of RFC 2012.
Present at that meeting was then chairman Malcolm Murray who communicated with SFA Chief Executive Stewart Regan regarding the relationship between Charles Green and Craig Whyte regarding Sevco 5088 and Sevco Scotland.
In a letter to Regan, published by Charlotte Fakeovers, Green revealed a number of links he had with Whyte which prompted Regan to write back to the club over his concerns about money laundering.
An internal investigation by the club found no links with Whyte, but gave no details of Whyte, Green, Sevco 5088 and Sevco Scotland. The SFA opted out of any further investigation or punishment. based on the internal investigation.
That attitude is likely to come back to haunt the SFA- with Charlotte certain to make it a highly uncomfortable weekend for many of the ‘great and good’ of Scottish football as well as those currently involved at Ibrox.
CLICK HERE for minutes of board meeting on October 31, 2012