Majorca ‘sex party’ boss fined for skipping probation meetings

Alan Collinson, 28, from Hartlepool
Alan Collinson, 28, from Hartlepool

A MAN at the centre of a holiday sex scandal that shocked the nation has been fined £1,000 for breaking the terms of a court order.

Alan Collinson, 28, of Carnage Events in Majorca’s party capital of Magaluf hit the headlines in the summer after a video of a teenager apparently taking part in a sordid sex game involving 24 men appeared on the internet.

He appeared at Teesside Crown Court yesterday after failing to comply with the conditions attached to a suspended jail sentence he was previously given by the court.

Collinson admitted breaching the order by failing to attend arranged supervision appointments with the probation service without giving an acceptable reason within five working days.

The breaches occurred on January 31 and February 2, 2012.

Hartlepool Magistrates Court issued an arrest warrant and Collinson was arrested as he arrived back in the UK from at Leeds Bradford Airport.

Carnage Events made national headlines for the sex game involving the teenager which saw her perform a sexual act on 24 men to win a holiday which turned out to be the name of a drink.

Collinson later took to his Facebook account to respond to the criticism, and said “it was a normal night.”

The former squaddie, who served in Afghanistan, was previously spared jail for an unprovoked attack on a man in Hartlepool’s Princess Helena pub back in 2010.

The victim suffered a fractured eye socket in the incident which started after Collinson suspected the man had tried to chat up his girlfriend at the time.

The court then heard he carried out the attack after believing the man had overstepped the mark and Collinson had warned him off.

He admitted grievous bodily harm and received 12 months prison suspended for 12 months with supervision.

He was also ordered to pay the victim £1,500 compensation.

Collinson, of Milton Road, Hartlepool, was fined £1,000 for the breaches of the order after the court heard he was earning good money and employed a number of people.