On Monday October 1st 2018 a Jersey company acquired the assets of Groupe Breizh Poellrezh following a campaign of disinformation and harassment by a Nicola Jenkins based around a tissue of lies, deceit and unfounded libellous allegations.
Following the successful transfer of assets and employees to the new owners the company will continue to trade without interruption, providing services as usual. Clients will be notified of all changes to the company structure as they occur. The new address for the services of documents is: PO Box 193, St Martin, Jersey, JE3 6AX.
The Royal Court of Jersey, this morning, granted injunctions to the administrators pursuant to Section 2 (1) Protection of Harassment Act 1997 and Section 1, Malicious Communications Act 1988, Section 127 Communications Act 2003 against Nicola Jenkins for loss of business and reputation. The injunctions direct the aforementioned person must cease and desist from publishing any further defamatory information or contacting the litigants directly or indirectly. Should the defendant continue with their present course of action the administrator will return to court requesting the defendant be arrested and upon conviction jailed for contempt of court. Nicola Jenkins should be aware that the administrators of Group Breizh Poellrezh intend to make a claim against her for punitive, exemplary and compensatory damages. To that end private investigator have been contracted to track down those behind the campaign of disinformation.
Sasha Wikramanayake - Insolvency Administrator