IT has already seen its fair share of controversy.
Now the abandoned home of ‘costa conman’ Toni Muldoon has reopened as a swingers venue, it can be revealed.
Despite Muldoon currently being on trial for his involvement in a multi-million euro fraud case in the UK, it hasn’t stopped his flunkeys keeping an eye on business back home.
The Mijas house, which Muldoon allegedly kitted out with chains in the basement and once opened as a brothel, is on a website advertising ‘Hush Parties’ at the property.
Images on the page display the property’s swimming pool, bedroom and even a pole-dancing room.
The website, states that the ‘parties’ are now under ‘new’ management before welcoming guests to ‘get undressed, put on a luxury robe and relax with a refreshing drink served by your host’.
It is not known if Muldoon has recently sold the house.
It comes as more details emerge from the court case in which Muldoon and five others are accused of conning people out of €6.6 million in an online escort agency and debt-elimination scam.
Christopher Taylor, 57, a former police detective who is accused of laundering funds for Muldoon through his company bank account, is the latest to have been questioned at Ipswich Crown Court.
It emerges that Taylor, who denies any knowledge of Muldoon’s illegal activity, had documents on his computer regarding his boss which were named ‘Born to be a Costa Conman’.
The former Wakefield detective is also said to have saved Olive Press reports on Muldoon, sources can reveal.
Taylor told the court he had only ever received a salary of €40,000 and that he did not know his bank account was being used for money from escort services. Four others also deny conspiracy to defraud.