A former IFA has left up to 15 couples without a wedding venue after the inn she owns backed out of hosting their big days.
Joanna Coull, previously an adviser at her own firm Coull Money and, up until 31 December last year, at RE Hutt Financial Services, is owner of The Inn at Stonewall in Worcestershire.
Events at the venue are staged by caterer Adrian Roberts of Four Leaf Clover, who contacted couples on Saturday saying it was unlikely their weddings would go ahead after he decided to "back away" from The Inn because he was unable to move forward with the business, according to the Worcester News.
According to the BBC, Roberts blamed differences he could not resolve with the inn's owner, Coull.
Coull apologised to the couples but told the BBC she "could not comment further because of potential legal action".
Coull Money was part of the failed adviser led judicial review into the fairness of a £54m payment package put forward by the three main companies charged with the management of the Arch Cru funds and the safety of deposits into them - Capita, HSBC and BNY Mellon.
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