Louca reveals all in statement on Lolly Jackson’s death

George Louca is accused of killing the Teazers boss but claims Radovan Krejcir pulled the trigger.

George Louca made a brief appearance in the Kempton Park magistrates court on Wednesday on numerous charges including being accused of killing former Teazers boss Lolly Jackson. Picture: Reinart Toerien/EWN

JOHANNESBURG - George Louca's lawyer has confirmed his client has signed a statement revealing all about the night Teazers boss Lolly Jackson was murdered.

This confirmation ends months of speculation about whether or not the Cypriot would co-operate with local authorities after being successfully extradited from Cyprus.

Jackson was shot dead at Louca's rented house in Edleen in 2010.

Louca has signed a lengthy statement naming Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir as the man who shot and killed Jackson.

His attorney Owen Bloomberg has confirmed his client has signed the affidavit but says it has not been handed over to the Hawks.

"As far as the Hawks are concerned, I do confirm that I have not made a copy of my client's statement available to the investigating officer of the police directorate."

It's believed Louca is working with another undisclosed state agency.

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) says it has not entered into any deal with Louca, who is due to go on trial on Monday.

Krejcir has always denied any involvement in the murder and his lawyer says he won't comment on this latest allegation.