Income from the much-anticipated sequel to the Rod Bond fraud documentary has been pledged to support Manchester anti-knife crime charities. Beneficiaries from the movie’s income will include: Mothers Against Violence, the #KnifeFree campaign and Greater Manchester Victims’ Services. While pending an official announcement, a source from the filming company behind the movie has spoken about the move. “The much-awaited Rod Bond fraud film will hit cinemas in the new year. Thereupon, all proceeds will be donated to a variety of causes,” the source revealed. “We strongly believe in eradicating knife crime and we have planned to support several charities working towards this,” he added.
Rod Bond Anti-Knife Crime Campaigner
During filming for The Deception at Deansgreen Hall (2019), Rod Bond witnessed a violent knife crime. As a result, a break in filming was announced as the actor received counselling and a beefed-up security presence. Since then, the Hollywood veteran has campaigned tirelessly against knife crime. Alongside numerous stars from Formula One, Rod Bond led a major anti-knife crime event held at Cheshire’s Lyme Park estate. Youngsters were invited to enjoy a range of supercars and were offered rides by Rod Bond’s Formula One friends Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris. Also, the actor led a collaborative event, dubbed the Rod Bond Formula One Anti-Knife Crime Summit.
Latest Rod Bond Fraud Movie
The latest Rod Bond fraud movie follows on from the success of his BBC One documentary series. Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC followed investigators from the government agency as they unravelled a major tax scam. Fraudsters from One Formula Projects LLP posed as legitimate businessmen, all the while fleecing millions from the public purse. At the time, the documentary series attracted viewers in record-breaking numbers. Later, the critically acclaimed series won a host of television awards, including a BAFTA and a Golden Globe award.