Madonna ticket thief 'could face prison'

A SUFFOLK mother has been warned she could be sent to prison when she is sentenced next month for offences of theft relating to the sale of Madonna concert tickets on the internet.

A SUFFOLK mother has been warned she could be sent to prison when she is sentenced next month for offences of theft relating to the sale of Madonna concert tickets on the internet.

Charlotte Madison, 39, of Naunton Road, Woodbridge, pleaded guilty today at Ipswich Crown Court for stealing £600 from Axel Potoms, £990 from Steven Gerrard and £640 from Karen Honeybul.

The offences were committed between May 8 and July 2 last year.

Matthew Gowen for Madison, asked the court to adjourn sentence for a pre sentence report.


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He said his client had previous convictions for offences of deception and theft from her employers.

Mr Gowen said Madison understood that all sentencing options would be open to the court.

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Adjourning sentence until December 23, recorder Andrew Marsden said the court would be seriously considering a prison sentence.

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