March 13, 2016
The stunning Peruvian selfie obsessive, her American husband and how a former British Commando became involved in an international ‘kidnap plot’ in extraordinary tug-of-love case over five-year-old daughter
- Dustin Kent and ex-wife Rose Chacón embroiled in bitter custody battle
- Ms Chacón took child, Adrianna, from America to Peru against his wishes
- Bodyguard Kevin Critchley, 35, allegedly paid £150,000 to snatch girl
- Peruvian authorities claim he was paid by the girl’s father Dustin Kent
- Mr Critchley and Mr Kent were arrested in Peru following alleged kidnap
An extraordinary custody battle between a Peruvian selfie queen and her American husband has led to the arrest of a former bodyguard for the England football team.
Dustin Kent, pictured with his daughter Adrianna, was arrested alongside Kevin Critchley after the alleged kidnap attempt
Adrianna Kent, five, was allegedly snatched from her mother, the selfie-loving fitness fanatic Rose Chacón, 29, in the Peruvian capital Lima, last month.
Ms Chacón and Adrianna’s father, Dustin Kent, share custody of the girl but last year Ms Chacón took Adrianna to Peru from America after claiming her husband had ‘inappropriately touched’ their daughter.
Adrianna Kent, five, was allegedly snatched from her mother, the selfie-loving fitness fanatic Rose Chacón (pictured) in the Peruvian capital Lima, last month.
Ms Chacón’s claims were ruled as unfounded last year, and the judge gave Mr Kent full custody.
Now the mother-of-one, who studied International Business Management at University of San Martin de Porres in Lima, is reportedly facing legal proceedings, accused of taking her daughter out of America without permission.
Now the mother-of-one is reportedly facing legal proceedings, accused of taking her daughter out of America without permission
Kevin Critchley, 35, who served with the British Army for more than 13 years before working as a surveillance specialist, was arrested in Peru for the alleged ‘kidnap’ of the five-year-old.
The Peruvian authorities claim he was paid £150,000 by Adrianna’s father Dustin Kent – who has also been arrested.
Kevin Critchley, 35 from Milton Keynes, served with the British Army for more than 13 years before working as a surveillance specialist.
According to local media reports, Mr Critchley had been part of a plot tasked with finding and kidnapping children at the behest of estranged parents.
Adriana, her father and Mr Critchley were found some 12 hours after the ‘kidnap’ at the San Bartolo beach resort in Lima.
Mr Critchley, who lives in Milton Keynes, is a self-employed ‘close protection operative and freelance surveillance operator’ according to his LinkedIn profile.
Having served as a British Army Commando in hostile environments, he moved into the private security industry in 2010.
He claims to have worked on operations to ‘counter large scale fraud, theft or marital disputes’ and as a close protection officer, he says he provided protection for both the England and Brazilian national football teams, as well as members of the Saudi Royal Family.
A spokesman for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said: ‘We are providing consular support to a British national arrested in Peru.’
Mr Kent’s lawyer told The Times that Mr Critchley was a friend who had travelled with him to Peru on a sightseeing trip.
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