Thousands were raised for the trust fund of young Jack Rigby, who received nothing, the jury was told. A charity fund-raiser is accused of helping himself to thousands of pounds which had been donated to the trust fund of the son of murdered solder Lee Rigby. Gary Gardner used some of the money to make a single, Miss You Machine, which flopped, and transferred charity cash to his own bank account, a jury was told. Gardner, a lorry driver, of Old Holt Road, Medbourne, Leicestershire, put on three truck-pull events between and in the village where he lived and also in nearby Market Harborough. Leicester Crown Court was told that after Lee Rigby was murdered in London on May 22, , the defendant approached the Medbourne Village Hall Committee to obtain support for a truck pull event that summer, claiming he wanted to raise the money to help Jack Rigby and local community causes. Samuel Skinner, prosecuting, said: "He hasn't given Jack Rigby, or his trust fund any money. Mr Skinner said: "He kept no accurate records of exactly how much money he raised on Jack Rigby's behalf. Mr Skinner said: "He transferred donated money from a charity bank account to his own personal bank account, spending questionable amount of donors money on travel and expenses for himself in London.
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