THE wealthy owners of a care home branded “depressing, unhygienic and unsafe” were fined £80,800 yesterday.
Care Quality Commission inspectors were called to Liverpool’s Mossley Manor by a woman who had taken her mother out of the home.
They said the rooms were like “prison cells” and the residents had not been washed for a month.
Millionaire brothers Amjad and Amer Latif admitted 14 charges.
At an earlier hearing, they pleaded guilty to failing to notify the authorities of 10 deaths and three serious incidents.
Jenny Ashworth, prosecuting, declared the home “depressing, unhygienic and unsafe.”
Shadow social care minister Barbara Keeley said: “There are wider questions for the government on how this level of neglectful care was allowed to develop unchecked.”