The charge alleges she abused her position ‘intending thereby to make a gain, namely you bought goods and holidays, for yourself and Nick Tanda’.Kirsten Marenah, prosecuting, told Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court: ‘The allegations relate to the defendant misusing a work credit card.'Tither was bailed on condition she not attend Casual Films’ office ahead of a plea and trial preparation hearing at Blackfriars Crown Court on 24 March.As a AAA Member, you have access to a full range of automotive, travel, entertainment and financial services as well as, auto, home, and life insurance products — not to mention many deals and discounts.
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The company, based in Canonbury, north London, counts Nestlé, Ernst and Young, Barclays and Samsung among its clients.
Tither, of Solon Road, Brixton, south London, is charged with one count of fraud by abuse of position, to which she made no indication.
A producer working for an award-winning online video firm bought gifts and holidays around the world using a company credit card, a court heard.
Natalie Tither, 30, is alleged to have ‘dishonestly abused [her] position’ by spending the money on herself and another individual while employed by Casual Films.