Man accused of helping to run Camden brothel jailed for six months

The Steam and Sun Health Club in Camden was operating as an upmarket brothel

The Steam and Sun Health Club in Camden was operating as an upmarket brothel - Credit: Archant

A man who was cleared of assisting in the running of a Camden brothel has been sentenced to six months in prison.

Waldemar Walczak, 29, was sentenced last week at Blackfriars Crown Court for possession of criminal property, receiving proceeds of a crime and the removal of criminal property.

Walczak, of Coopers Lane, King’s Cross, was acquitted of assisting in the running of the Steam and Sun Health Club, a brothel masquerading as a massage parlour, in Chalton Street, King’s Cross.

In July, brothel boss Ross Lawson was jailed for two years for raking in more than £1million from the business.

His sister Jade, appeared in court alongside him.

She was handed a suspended six-month sentence for receiving £300,000 from her brother, generated from the brothel’s profits, to pay off student debts.