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it is alleged that
only a small portion of
the charity’s funds has gone to the needy and in what has
been dubbed the 'Playboy party scandal'
experts have apparently raised serious questions
about the finances of the American charity, The
Urban Health Institute (UHI),
that was handed taxpayer-funded gifts from Premier
From a turnover of almost $200,000 in 2006
it is reported that the charity spent only $15,000 on its headline
humanitarian missions during that year. Apparently,
the charity spent $80,000 renting office space for fundraising
purposes in 2006 - despite the fact that the UHI is based in Kevin Brown's
medical clinic. Estimates apparently suggest a
medium-sized office in downtown L.A. should cost no more than $15,000.
Apparently, in 2008 the Premier ordered public
funds be diverted to the UHI, in the shape of prizes to be given away at the
charity's annual poker tournaments at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles.
This year, Dr. Ewart Brown attended the glitzy party as a guest of his son.
Doctor Kevin Brown
has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting
some of his patients.
It is understood that Kevin Brown's defence
lawyer, Harry Nelson, has in the past successfully
defended the doctor against charges of defrauding a medical fund.
report at the
Bermuda Sun raises a number of concerns