Former semi-finalist of Miss Teen in Great Britain is brought to justice accused of financing terrorism
Former Miss Teen Britain semi-finalist and one-time WAG, 21, are accused of financing terrorism after & # 39; sending money to the group called The Merciful Hands & # 39;
- Amaani Noor, 21, pleaded not guilty to one count of terrorist financing
- She will now come across a test later this year that is expected to last two weeks
- Noor had gone out with a former Liverpool Football Club player in 2014
- Noor appeared alongside co-accused Victoria Webster who admits three counts of terrorist financing
Former WAG Amaani Noor (pictured above) pleaded guilty to one count of terrorist financing on May 23, 2018
A former Miss Teen semi-finalist in the UK has been accused of financing terrorism after depositing money to a group that & # 39; The Merciful Hands & # 39; was called.
Former WAG Amaani Noor, 21, who had previously dated a Liverpool Football Club player, will face a two-week trial later this year.
Appears in Liverpool Crown Court along with co-accused Victoria Webster, 28, Noor pleaded not guilty to a count of terrorism fundraising on May 23, 2018.
Wearing a black hijab and white dress at the dock, it was claimed that she provided £ 35.92 ($ 45.51) to the organization.
According to the accusation she gave the money & # 39; knowing or with a reasonable reason to suspect that it could be used for the purpose of terrorism & # 39 ;.
Webster, dressed in a burgundy niqab and pink dress, has admitted three counts of terrorist financing, regarding the dates between March and August last year.
She pleaded guilty to inviting Amaani Noor to donate money to the organization The Gracious Hands, with the intention that it would be used or had good reason to believe it could be used for terrorism & # 39; on May 23.
The 21-year-old (see above) is said to have provided around £ 35 to The Merciful Hands
Webster also admitted that between March 24 and August 14, between April 17 and May 6, he gave £ 17.97 ($ 22.77) to the same group, and £ 29.34 ($ 37.24).
Matthew Brooks, who prosecuted, said that Noor will now appear in court, which is estimated to last two weeks.
Judge Andrew Menary, QC, said he would be the judge and it would take place on November 4 this year.
At Liverpool Crown Court (pictured above) it was heard that Noor would be tried later this year
The judge said that Webster would be sentenced after the Norwegian trial and would put both women on bail.
In 2014, she explained how much the Miss Teen competition had meant for her.
& # 39; That would mean a lot (to win the competition) & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I also recently entered the Miss Teen Great British Isles competition and made it to the final, but I didn't.
& # 39; I regret that, but now I have more confidence. & # 39;
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