agency accused of issuing threats over debt DUBLIN crime boss Martin 'the Viper' Foley has allegedly been involved in threats against a man in his new role as operator of a debt collection agency, the High Court has heard.
Building projects manager Greg Kavanagh told the court yesterday that a man who identified himself as Martin Foley, from The Viper Debt Recovery and Repossession Agency, arrived at his family home in Arklow on April 15 with another man called Barry who were coach outlet atlanta athletic club there to collect debts on behalf of a developer Dara O'Neill. Mr Kavanagh was granted a temporary restraining order preventing Mr O'Neill, of The Brambles, Brittas Bay, Wicklow, his servants or agents, or anyone entering in concert with them from interfering with, threatening coach outlet purses in texas or using violence against [Mr Kavanagh] and members of his family. Mr Kavanagh also claims that around 10pm on April 7, four unidentified men arrived at his family home, took him out of the house, and beat and kicked him. He said three of the men held him down while a fourth put a gun in his mouth and advised him he owed money to a man and to pay what he owed. In an affidavit, Mr Kavanagh said he does not owe money to Mr O'Neill, and in fact O'Neill owes money to him for project managing the building of a house at Seafield, Ballymoney, Gorey, in January 2005. Mr Kavanagh said he received a phone call on Tuesday coach outlet coupons october 2016 from Barry, who identified himself as an agent of Mr O'Neill's and warned he had better pay Mr O'Neill immediately "and if I didn't he would organise a gang of coach locations men in a van to come and get me". Mr Kavanagh said he feared for himself and his family and that there "may be violence which may result in personal injury and, or death". He believed the men who beat him on April 7 were acting for Mr O'Neill, who, he said, had previously broken into his office and assaulted him and tried to assault a female member of his staff before being removed by gardai.
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