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Gordon Ramsay Wins Order to Search Father-in-Law’s Computer

Gordon Ramsay, the Michelin-starred British chef, won a court order allowing him to search the computers of his father-in-law Chris Hutcheson.

The order was needed because e-mails relating to an employment case may have been intercepted, Ramsay’s lawyer, Thomas Croxford, told a hearing today. Hutcheson, who was fired as chief executive of Gordon Ramsay Holdings in October, and Sara Stewart, the company’s former accountant, are suing the chef.