'IT'S MINE! - THE 2.5 MILLION WAS AN EXTRA CHARGE'
FOUNDER OF THE PATTAYA TIMES IN COURT AGAIN
Drew Noyes, 57, founder of the Pattaya Times newspaper, who runs a business call One Stop Service, had approached Dutchman Theo van der Schaff and told him: ‘You know the money is mine, Theo. Withdraw the case or I will send you to jail.”
The Dutchman from Alsmeer, Holland, let rip with some Chaucerian adjectives which could be heard from within Court Number 6.
Inside the court lawyers for van der Schaff told the judge that their client had hired the services of Pappa Co. Ltd, Noyes’ forerunner to his ‘One Stop Service Center’ (American managed) to solve a problem with his former Thai girlfriend.
|Theo van der schaff with his lawyer|
In fact the woman was not offered the 2.5 million and she threatened to call the police on Noyes’ delegation.
Drew Noyes, 57, and his common law wife Wanrapa Boonsu denied the fraud charge claiming that the 2.5 million baht was an additional charge.
|Drew Noyes and Wanrapa Boonsu at their arrest for extortion|
Mr. van der schaff refused to mediate. The case was set for trial for August 28th.
DREW NOYES OUT ON BAIL AND OUT OF CONTROL