Nicholas Rabet

Nicholas Rabet
Nicholas Rabet

 

Nicholas Rabet was the Deputy Manager of 114 Grosvenor Avenue children’s home and dressed like a cowboy.  He owned a children’s activity centre in Sussex called The Stables. He was investigated by Sussex Police in 1992 and they asked for Islington Council’s assistance, but, despite the police’s best efforts, no prosecution followed.  He moved to Thailand and was prosecuted there of abuse of 30 boys some as young as 6 years old,  and he committed suicide in 2006 before any conviction took place. One residential social worker and whistleblower said that children were taken from Grosvenor Avenue to The Stables. Children from Grosvenor Avenue children’s home were also taken by Rabet to Jersey. News coverage about Rabet is available via this link;

https://spotlightonabuse.wordpress.com/?s=Rabet

 

 

 

Here is a redacted letter to Islington Council Divisional Policy Manager – from Sussex Police who were investigating Rabet in 1992

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