Kids Company’s Ibiza Sessions Revealed

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The revelations keep on coming with regards to the disgraced charity Kid’s CompanyCivil Society has been having a nose through some of the evidence submitted to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s Inquiry, and have unearthed some rather remarkable allegations. One former employee stated that staff would join young people the charity was treating for luxury spa days, even bringing their love interests along. They then went on to recount how a man in his mid 20s had a first class fight to New York bought for him. Finally in possibly the most bizarre submission, the former employee recalls how they were asked out-of-the-blue to go on a free trip to the Balearic party island of Ibiza with a young woman receiving treatment from the charity. Astonishing allegations:

  • Clients were sent on holidays: I was asked if I would accompany an extremely troubled young woman (who I only knew by reputation) to Ibiza, as another key worker had pulled out.
  • A keyworker took a client to a spa (possibly Champneys in Tring) for 2 or 3 days of pampering. The key worker’s boyfriend joined them for the night of 14th February so that he could spend Valentine’s Eve with his partner.
  • A client in his mid-20s was sent to New York First Class in order to see his girlfriend. This same client has allegedly been sent to the USA for several months all expenses paid –  to keep him “out of the way” while investigations take place.

First class flights, spa trips to Champneys, and Ibiza rave sessions. Had Guido known he would have knocked on Kids Company’s door far sooner…


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