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Gordon Ramsay sends his own father-in-law to prison

British chef and reality TV star Gordon Ramsay is certainly best known for his talents in the kitchen, blunt sense of humor, and successful cooking shows. The 53-year-old personality has had an over-20-year career behind the camera, and his fame has led to fans even knowing his personal life and family now.

Gordon’s daughter Tilly, for instance, is a celebrity in her own right, starring in a show called Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch, and holding a strong social media presence. But what about other members of Gordon’s family, including his in-laws?

Well, some new gossip has come out regarding Gordon Ramsay’s father-in-law, Christopher Hutcheson. According to the BBC, Christopher and his two sons, Adam, and Christopher, have all been given jail sentences for plotting to gain access to the Gordon Ramsay Holdings Limited system.

The publication reports that the two sons have been sentenced to four months in jail, while Gordon’s father-in-law has been sentenced to six months. The judge reportedly called their behavior as “unattractive and unedifying.”

Previously, Christopher Sr. had been fired from his position as the CEO of Gordon Ramsay Holdings Ltd.

Reportedly, Gordon’s father-in-law had already paid £1m in damages, as well as another lump of cash in his own legal fees believed to be around £1m.

The BBC reports that neither Gordon nor his wife, Tana Ramsay, were present at the court hearing.

Neither Gordon nor Tana have spoken out on the jail sentences.

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