The six-year saga has finally come to a close.
Representatives for Australian tour promoter Andrew McManus have released a statement following the 54-year-old’s arrest last week after an international investigation by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the NSW Organised Crime Squad and the Australian Crime Commission. McManus was one of five people arrested in Australia and the United States last week, following
Prominent Australian music promoter Andrew McManus has been arrested following an international investigation by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the NSW Organised Crime Squad and the Australian Crime Commission. As Fairfax Media reports, 54-year-old Mr McManus was arrested at Melbourne airport last night, and was one of five people arrested in Australia and
Embattled Australian concert promoter Andrew McManus reportedly had two of his properties raided by NSW and Victoria Police last week and continues to be the centre of an ongoing investigation related to $702,000 cash found in a suitcase in a Sydney hotel room. According to Fairfax Media, a spokeswoman for Victoria Police confirmed that on
Embattled Australian concert promoter Andrew McManus has denied reports that he actively withheld cash made from ticket sales from bands like Fleetwood Mac, whose tours his company promoted. Fairfax Media reports that during a 2012 investigation by police into the source of $702,000 cash found in a suitcase in a Sydney hotel room, McManus admitted,
Andrew McManus has issued a response to a June article published by the Sydney Morning Herald, which claimed the promoter withheld funds from bands, avoided tax payments, and smuggled tour funds into Australia. McManus has branded the article “gutter journalism by a bottom feeder”. The article, titled Andrew McManus and the big bag of cash