Investigation has began into the allegations that Dionne Knight received payments from West Ham
The Olympic Park Legacy Company has appointed an auditor to investigate allegations against its executive Dionne Knight, following claims she received payments from West Ham before the OPLC decided who would take over the Olympic stadium after the Games.
The OPLC, which suspended Knight last week, said auditor Moore Stephens will investigate the “nature of the consultancy work that Dionne Knight undertook without our knowledge or permission”.
Knight is understood to have received more than £20,000 for consultancy work for the football club during the bidding process.
Tottenham Hotspur also bid for the £95m construction contract to convert the Olympic stadium after the