Women deny Ipswich brothel conspiracy

TWO women appeared in court today to deny they were part of a conspiracy to manage brothels in Ipswich, Great Yarmouth and Norwich.

TWO women appeared in court today to deny they were part of a conspiracy to manage brothels in Ipswich, Great Yarmouth and Norwich.

Shugin Wang, 52, of Princes Road, Great Yarmouth and Tin Wang, 49, of Newport, Gwent, pleaded not guilty when they appeared at Norwich Crown Court.

Two men also appeared with them accused of the same offence.

Richard Clements, 56, of Turnstone Close, Mildenhall, and Jian Wang, 50, of Princes Road, Great Yarmouth, both denied conspiracy to manage brothels between July 2006 and February 2008.

Shugin Wang Jian Wang and Clements also pleaded not guilty to managing a brothel at the Cavendish Hotel in Great Yarmouth and Shugin Wang denied managing a brothel in Chalk Hill Road, Norwich.

Shugin, Jian and Tin Wang also denied money laundering charges. Shugin and Tin Wang also deny managing a brothel in the Upper and Lower Orwell Street area of Ipswich.

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Their case was adjourned until July 29 for a further hearing.

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