Married sugar daddy, 73, takes former lover to court in bid to get back £50,000

A married sugar daddy took his former lover to court in a desperate bid to get back the 50,000 2020第81期新跑狗图 he splashed out on her gifts. But Patrick Bradley, 73, had his case dismissed after a judge heard he was later arrested for stalking Sheila McKenzie,

56, which caused her discomfort. Mr Bradleys behaviour, which went on for seven years, fell short of criminal stalking a

nd the couple only had sex on two occasions. Nevertheless the wealthy businessman lavished his lover with a Toyota Avensis worth more than 2,000, renovated three homes for her and gave her other gifts. Ms McKenzie has since given her daughter the car. Shelia McKenzie (left) previously accused the businessman of stalking her (Image: Perthshire Picture Agency) Read MoreRelated ArticlesThug snapped both arms of one-year-old baby girl when she wouldnt stop crying Read MoreRelated ArticlesWoman glassed love rival in unprovoked attack during school mums night out Speaking at Perth Sheriff Court yesterday, Mr Bradley said: I have taken the average valuation. I am quite prepared to accept a reasonable offer. But Sheriff William Wood formally dismissed the haulage contractors bid to sue th

e woman. During the criminal trial last year, Mr Bradley admitted falling in love with the hospital worker after having sex with her twice during 2009. He told the court he was a wealthy and generous man and had once written a single cheque for his sister for 375,000. Perth Sheriff Court heard the case (Image: GOOGLE) Read MoreRelated ArticlesSingle mum takes DWP to High Court after Universal Credit hurled her into childcare debt But Ms McKenzie - who had known Bradley as a family friend since 1993 - said she was ashamed of her affair and had tried without success to break off contact with him. Michael Sweeney, prosecuting, said: Theres no doubt he has given this lady an insurmountable

amount of assistance. However, because he has helped her it doesnt give him carte blanche to act as if he owns her. She described herself as being petrified. The pressure mounts up and the sinister element develops. He accepts he is ashamed of what he is doing - hurting a person he is truly fond of. The renovations were an example of doing something to have a hold of her. He told Mr Bradley: You were playing with her, manipulating her. During two days of evidence, she said Bradley had paid her mortgage for a period, given members of her family jobs and bought her expensive jewellery and three cars. She said: He wouldnt take any payment for any of them. Theres offering support, and then theres taking over. Mr Bradley spent 2,000 on her for her 50th birthday. Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treacherous conditionsBritain to rescue trapped UK citizensMiracle tot saved despite heart stoppingKobe helicopter given special clearance Mr Bradley said he had paid for extensive renovations and told the court the invoices added up to more than 50,000 plus VAT. But he said: I was as embarrassed about the affair as she was. I dont understand what you mean by infatuated. She was great company. She had no baggage, she had a nice home, and there are people out there who prey on women like that. The businessman, from Upper Farrochil, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, was found not guilty after a three-day trial of stalking Ms McKenzie between December 13, 2010 and May 11, 2018.