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He told one victim he was the owner of a car hire business, had a £2 million fortune and owned a Bentley.Prosecutor Simon Waley said Khan told the woman his intentions were to find a wife. As their relationship developed, he falsely told her he had cash flow problems with his business and asked her for money to help him, promising to pay her back.THE six men who were arrested following a 100-person brawl at Trowbridge’s Albany Palace will learn their fate at Salisbury Magistrates’ Court on November 3.Trowbridge residents Ashley Poms, 25, of Royal Park, Ronnie Collett, 24, of Kingswood Chase and Thomas Moore, 27, of Waterford Beck, pleaded guilty to affray for the incident that took place at the pub in Park Road on February 12.When the hire purchase company threatened to repossess the vehicle, she paid more than £50,000 to buy it.Khan promised to sell it and pay her the proceeds but she never received any funds. Khan targeted the second woman in the same way, after contacting her through the website, claiming to own a number of hire car companies across the UK and saying he was a wealthy man “with a few million in his bank accounts.Gambling addict Tahmoor Khan, 32, was told by a judge that his offending was underpinned by “sheer wickedness”.Judge Neil Davey QC said: “You took advantage of their professional and social vulnerability.
Khan persuaded her to pay a £4,000 deposit to lease a Land Rover, which he took possession of.After telling her he would set a wedding date, he persuaded her to pay £50,000 to him from equity on her property, but the money was not repaid.She was left £125,000 out of pocket and eventually reported matters to police.She said he was able to use cultural constraints to manipulate her.The woman said she had become depressed and unable to eat, falling from a size ten to size six and had suicidal thoughts.