Rainbow’s End co-founder faces contempt charges relating to Watson/Glenn case

Rainbow’s End co-founder faces contempt charges relating to Watson/Glenn case
Former Auckland mayor John Banks presents Ken Wikeley with a trophy after his horse won the $350,000 2002 Auckland Cup. (Image: Getty)
Riley Kennedy
Rainbow’s End co-founder Ken Wikeley will face contempt charges in Queensland next month for pursuing a deal with disgraced Eric Watson despite court orders not to.Watson’s one-time partner-turned-nemesis, Owen Glenn, brought the contempt proceedings through his Kea Investments entity and seeks to have Wikeley jailed and fined. Wikeley’s trans-national legal fight centres around an apparent coal agreement Watson, who is now subject to bankruptcy proceedings in New Zealand, signed on behalf of Glenn more than a decade ago....

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