Gilson goes to court to stop business ban

TV presenter Glenda Gilson is fighting potential restrictions against her taking a role as a company director as she plans to set up her own media production company, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

22nd March, 2015
Glenda Gilson of TV3. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Gilson is due in court next week facing possible restrictions on her taking a company directorship over her role in her brother’s failed car dealership. The TV3 presenter was a director in Gilson Motors, a firm owned by her brother Damien which was liquidated due to an unpaid tax bill.

In 2012, the high court heard that the company owed the Revenue Commissioners more than €140,000 in unpaid taxes. Gary Lennon of Lennon...

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