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Disgraced hotelier to hand over nearly £100,000

A FORMER Duror hotel owner has been ordered to repay the money he made from trafficking workers from South Asia.

Shamsul Arefin, 50, was jailed for three years in 2015 at Fort William Sheriff Court after he was found guilty of human trafficking.

At Fort William Sheriff Court last week, Sheriff Eilidh MacDonald ordered Arefin must repay nearly £100,000 made through his exploitation of four men while owner of the Stewart Hotel, Duror.

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