Elvis impersonator ordered to pay pensioner couple back £7,000 loan that left them all shook up

An Elvis impersonator who left a pensioner couple all shook up has been ordered to pay over £7,000.

Performer Michael Goodwill was given a series of cash loans by the trusting pair – fans of his tribute act who saw him as a pal – to help pay rent and bills.

But the couple accused Goodwill, who sings as Micky Vegas, of repeatedly failing to make repayments and called in lawyers.

Finally they took him to court and won a legal order for him to pay back the £6,860 he borrowed plus

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