Two people involved in LL Camps case have charges dropped

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Two people involved in LL Camps case have charges dropped

Two people involved in the child abuse case at a summer camp have had the case against them dropped.

Adrianne Landsman, 56, of Gresham Road, Edgware was charged with one count of child neglect at the US-style LL Camps.

Larry Lewis, 55, of Lullington Garth, Borehamwood faced a single charge of perverting the course of justice.

On Monday at St Albans Crown Court the prosecution said it was discontinuing the case against the pair.

It is proceeding against Ben Lewis, 25, from of Lullington Garth, Borehamwood, the co-founder of US-style LL Camps, who is accused of two charges of perverting the course of justice, one charge of child neglect and three counts of possessing indecent images of children.

LL Camps co-founder Tal Landsman, 25, of Crambus Court, Admiral Drive, Stevenage, is accused of child neglect and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

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